Delaware State Park

Delaware State Park


Location:Just outside Delaware, in the center of the state.
Facilities:211 campsites with electricity, 3 rent-a-yurts, showers, flush toilets, youth group camp, picnic areas, picnic shelter, hiking trails (7 miles), swimming beach, food concession, bike rentals, marina, boat ramps, boat rentals, fuel dock, game courts.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, hunting, cross-country skiing, sledding, ice skating, ice fishing, nature programs.
Special Features:Birdwatching is popular here, and many species of songbirds nest in the area. In the summer, visitors can explore Delaware's bluebird management trail.
Address:5202 US Hwy 23 N
Delaware, OH 43015

Phone:740-369-2761
Web: www.ohiodnr.com/parks/parks/delaware.htm
Size: 1,686 acres land; 1,330 acres water.

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Laura Lee is the interpretive program manager and park historian at Fort Delaware State Park in Delaware City, Delaware.
Today, Fort Delaware State Park is a popular tourist attraction, geared to show modern families what life was like in the 1860s and to shed some light on Civil War history.
Several of the Delaware State Park campgrounds have seen improvements over the past two years:
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Since 2015, DNRECs Delaware State Parks has invested more than $11 million in campground improvements and renovations at parks throughout the state.
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The following tag numbers will be sold at the live auction on We have received many requests for the sale of higher numbered tags, said Delaware State Parks Director Ray Bivens.
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With the aid of the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund grant, the division is in the home stretch for completing significant upgrades to all of our state park campgrounds, said Delaware State Parks Director Ray Bivens.
The Fort Miles Museums unique features exemplify why Delaware State Parks was recognized nationally this year with the Gold Award as the best-managed park system in the nation.

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