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Water Activities

From its peaceful rivers and creeks to its magnificent inland bays and ocean, Delaware is brimming with wet and wild water activities. Fishing, clamming and crabbing are practically state sports in southern Delaware. Kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding offer exclusive access to some out-of-the-way natural settings.

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Mispillion River

  • Cedar Creek Boat Ramp
  • Cedar Beach Road and CR-203
  • Slaughter Beach, DE 19963
  • Phone: (302) 284-1077
  • Region: Central
Parking: Park at the Cedar Creek boat ramp. The public ramp allows boat access to Mispillion River and Cedar Creek and into Delaware Bay. DuPont Nature Center at the old Mispillion Lighthouse see more »

Murderkill River

  • Bowers Beach Boat Ramp
  • Main Street and Clifton Cubbage Drive
  • Bowers Beach, DE 19946
  • Phone: (302) 284-1077
  • Region: Central
Parking: Park at Bowers Beach Boat Ramp.. The public boat ramp allows boat access to Murderkill River and into Delaware Bay. Hours of Operation: Sunday - Saturday Seasonal Hours: Fishing and see more »

Phillips Landing / Nanticoke Wildlife Area

  • Phillips Landing CR-496
  • Laurel, DE 19956
  • Phone: (302) 539-3160
  • Region: Southern
Parking: Park at Phillips Landing. Phillips Landing is a boating access area to Broad Creek and the Nanticoke River. The Chesapeake Bay Historic Water Trail stops at the Capt. John Smith Monument see more »
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