Get ready to experience Delaware State Parks like never before! The new Delaware State Parks Passport Program is a fun way to #VisitWilm and explore everything our parks have to offer. From natural rock walls at Alapocas State Park to the expansive Hiking in First State National Historical Parkcity views of the Rockford Tower, there’s plenty to see.

Plan your hike, beach day or historical tour and while you're at the park take a “selfie” at a one of the passport photo locations. Track the places you have visited. Upload your pictures on the Delaware State Parks website and share your adventures. Once you’ve completed all 19 photo locations, you’ll win a prize pack with Delaware State Parks gear and an annual pass for next year.

Passport photo stops in Greater Wilmington, Delaware include:

  • The Rock Wall at Alapocas Run State Park

  • Benches on the Auburn Valley Trail at Auburn Heights Preserve

  • Bellevue Hall at Bellevue State Park

  • Hawk Watch Hill at Brandywine Creek State Park

  • Red Pandas at the Brandywine Zoo

  • The ramparts of Fort Delaware

  • Flag pole at Fox Point State Park

  • Boat docks at Lums Pond State Park

  • Muskrat Shack at Port Penn Interpretive Center

  • Bridge over the creek at White Clay Creek State Park

  • Top of the Rockford Tower at Rockford Park

​Too see all the Delaware State Parks Passport locations and stamp your passport, visit And to plan a weekend of adventure in Greater Wilmington & the Brandywine Valley order your Free Visitors Guide today!