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Very nice, shaded, family friendly campground. Booked last minute and had a great space in loop D. Camp store has amenities, ice, firewood etc. We also took the 7pm hayride through the nature trail that was nice but not worth $4.. they didn't talk about...More
We stayed in the G-loop. It’s very nice having a tent specific area away from RVs. I was initially concerned about carrying our items from the car to the site, but it was a very short walk and they actually have wheelbarrows available to use...More
We camped at Killens Pond State Park this weekend and we loved it. The sites are nice and shady. The campground was quiet. The beach was close enough that we went each day. The only slightly negative thing I have to say is it would've...More
Killens Pond State Park has been a go-to campground for many many years. All shady spots, no campers getting out of control, great hiking trails and fishing., Plus some of the most beautiful foliage in the fall to be found in Delaware.
However, in the...More
We visited Killens Pond State Park in April (off-season). The weekend we visited was a bit rainy and we chose to camp in the G-Loop (primitive walk-in campsites. We enjoyed it as we were the only ones camping there. I wish it was a bit...More
I set up my tent in the G-loop at 1:00 during check in and did not return until it was dark. My tent was fine and all of my belongings were untouched. I think it would be safe to leave your tent alone. Maybe keep your... More
I set up my tent in the G-loop at 1:00 during check in and did not return until it was dark. My tent was fine and all of my belongings were untouched. I think it would be safe to leave your tent alone. Maybe keep your valuables with you, just in case though.