In addition to its network of hiking trails, Trap Pond State Park boasts nearly nine miles of canoe and kayak trails. Moreover, the Baldcypress Nature Center, which offers exhibits and interpretive programs about the park’s natural and cultural history, is available for special-event rentals. Once used as an industrial logging pond starting in the late 1700s, Trap Pond is also home to the northernmost naturally occurring stand of baldcypress trees. Learn more by clicking the link below!

Spring 2022 is only weeks away, and that means the arrival of warmer weather and longer days. Start planning your trip to Coastal Delaware now, and see why so many others have decided to make this region their home!

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Since 1961, Delaware Wild Lands has played a pivotal role in the acquisition and regulatory protection of over 31,000 acres of land, including Delaware’s coastal areas and the Great Cypress Swamp. To date, the organization owns and actively manages over 21,000 acres of land to enhance biodiversity and support traditional uses of the land. Additionally, it has conveyed 10,000 acres of land to the State of Delaware for public recreation and education. Learn more about this phenomenal organization by clicking the link below!

Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a 10,144-acre refuge officially established in 1963 under the authority of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act. It is an important stopover site for migratory birds as they travel up and down the Atlantic Flyway and provides protected breeding habitat for federally and state-listed threatened and endangered species as well as many neo-tropical migrating bird species. With numerous hiking trails and other activities including lecture programs, bird walks, and educational opportunities, this local treasure is the perfect place to get out and about in Southern Delaware!