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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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St. Jones River

  • St. Jones River Boat Ramp at Scotton Landing
  • Near Intersection of Barkers Landing Road, Trap Shooters Road, and DE-1
  • Magnolia, DE 19962
  • Phone: (302) 284-1077
  • Region: Central
Parking: Park at St. Jones River boat ramp. This public boat ramp allows boat access to Saint Jones River and into Delaware Bay.  A disabled-accessible fishing pier is present. Hours of see more »

Trap Pond State Park

  • 33587 Baldcypress Lane
  • Laurel, DE 19956
  • Phone: 302-875-5153
  • Region: Southern
Parking: Campers should proceed directly to the campground on the north side of the pond.  Day visitors can park near the nature center on the south side of the pond. Located east of Laurel, Trap Pond see more »

White Clay Creek State Park

  • 750 Thompson Station Road
  • Newark, DE 19711
  • Phone: (302) 368-6900
  • Region: Northern
Parking: There are 8 day-use parking areas in White Clay Creek State Park. 3,600-acre state park is largely undeveloped except for trails. White Clay Creek runs for 4 miles through Delaware. Most see more »

Woodland Beach Wildlife Area

  • 4876 Hay Point Landing Road
  • Smyrna, DE 19977
  • Phone: (302) 635-2882
  • Region: Central
Parking: Designated parking lots outlined on wildlife maps. The wildlife area consists of over 6,000 acres of natural area consisting of tidal marsh, forest, and agricultural fields dedicated to see more »
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Delaware Convention & Visitors Bureau
99 Kings Highway | Dover, DE 19901