Parks and Outdoor Spaces in Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley

The Brandywine Valley’s natural beauty creates a beautiful backdrop for our state and county parks. How you explore them is up to you.

Hike White Clay Creek State Park in search of the Tri-State Maker, the Eastern-most point of the Mason-Dixon Line. Or look down on the world from above as you glide along the ziplines at the Go Ape! treetop adventure course at Lums Pond State Park.

Or how about some wildlife viewing? Spend a few hours at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, where you’ll have a chance to spot wildlife as diverse as bald eagles, white-tailed deer, and northern diamondback terrapins. Or head to Alapocas Run State Park, which features Delaware’s only natural rock-climbing wall.

Need more? Amp up your outdoor adventure with some of the best mountain biking terrain in the mid-Atlantic region, participate in guided nature programs, fishing, moonlight hikes, and autumn hayrides or do a bit of each when you make camp and stay the weekend.

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