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Right on the beach. Beautiful trails for walking and biking. Great place to dolphin watch. Explore old military bunkers. The dear are everywhere and don't spook easily so pictures of our whitetail dear are a must. Close to Cape may Lewes ferry and Tanger Outlets...More
While the young man sits in the air conditioned Campground Registration Booth, he will not let you drive through the Campground to find a suitable campsite, then come back and pay for it. WALK, that at 2 PM, 97 degrees with the sun high and...More
This place really is a great campground. Clean, pet-friendly, and so easy-going.
But I really thought the beach was much closer. We had to drive about 5-10 min and then you have to battle for a parking spot once you get to the beach entrance....More
The new changes to this park has made it awful for those who have camped there for years. We also had to cancel our vacation because we booked a site almost a year ago that is one of our favorite sites (A even numbered row)...More
We stayed at Cape Henlopen State Park over the weekend(Thursday-Sunday). Unfortunately, we stayed in 2 separate sites due to them being booked. It would be nice if the park rangers or volunteers checking us in had a schedule and ability to move camper to different...More
Response from annmcgarrity | Reviewed this property |
I actually don’t know. But if you call the actual campground and speak with the volunteers or rangers and not the reservation line. They are super helpful and knowledgeable about the campground. When we went it was a pretty... More
I actually don’t know. But if you call the actual campground and speak with the volunteers or rangers and not the reservation line. They are super helpful and knowledgeable about the campground. When we went it was a pretty quiet weekend for June camping