Kayak Eco-Tours at Delaware Seashore State Park
While the bulk of park visitors are enjoying the beaches of Delaware Seashore State Park, few take the time to experience the peace and wildlife of the bayside. The best way to explore the bayside of the park is by kayak and park staff will be leading guided kayak eco-tours all summer long. On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings, park staff will lead a 2.5-mile tour through the salt marsh islands of an area of Rehoboth Bay called Station Cove. This journey will take participants through small marsh creeks to get an up-close view of a variety of nesting birds. Along the way, diamondback terrapins, horseshoe crabs, and blue crabs are frequent sightings. In addition, the tour allows for a unique view of the historic Indian River Life-Saving Station, so not only will participants learn about local wildlife, they will also get a taste of local maritime history. The fee for this program is $35 per person.