Bellevue State Park

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Bellevue State Park

Location:2 miles north of Wilmington, off I-95, near the Marsh Road Exit.
Facilities:Picnic areas, pavilions, playground, nature trails, fitness track, tennis courts, equestrian facilities (indoor and outdoor arenas), fishing pond, gardens, refreshments, restrooms (é).
Activities:Fishing (catch and release), hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, disc golf, guided tours, recreational and cultural programs (year round).
Special Features:Once the family home of the William DuPont, Jr, Bellevue Hall is an elegant country estate situated on acres of parkland and surrounded by formal gardens. Available for rent for receptions, meetings, and other group functions, the mansion offers guests the charm of a historic setting with the amenities of a modern facility.
Address:800 Carr Rd
Wilmington, DE 19809

Size: 328 acres.

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Bellevue State Park

Location:2.5 miles south of Bellevue on US 52.
Facilities:46 campsites (31 with electrical hookups; @di) with modern restrooms and showers, day-use lodge, open picnic shelters (é), trails, nature center (é), butterfly garden, playground.
Activities:Camping (all at Dyas Unit; camping not allowed at Nelson Unit), hiking, cross-country skiing.
Special Features:Park features include high bluffs with scenic views of the Mississippi River, a unique butterfly sanctuary, and an enclosed nature center. The park lies in two separate tracts, the Nelson Unit and the Dyas Unit.
Address:24668 Hwy 52
Bellevue, IA 52031

Size: 770 acres.

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