Baywood Greens in Long Neck
Parks and Natural Areas
Assawoman Wildlife Area
37604 Mulberry Landing Road, Frankford, 539-3160
Three tracts total 3,100 acres for hiking, birding, paddling and more on Little Assawoman Bay.
Beach Plum Island Nature Preserve
South Bayshore Drive, Lewes
129 acres open seasonally for fishing.
Bethany Beach Nature Center
Del. 26, Bethany Beach, 537-7680
A 26-acre conservation area of mostly wetlands.
Cape Henlopen State Park
42 Cape Henlopen Drive, Lewes, 645-8983
Swimming, camping, disc golf, picnic areas and more on the ocean and the bay, plus the Seaside Nature Center.
Delaware Seashore State Park
130 Coastal Highway, Rehoboth, 227-2800
DuPont Nature Center and the Mispillion Harbor Reserve
2992 Lighthouse Road, Milford, 422-1329
Edward H. McCabe Preserve
100 W. 10 St., Milton, 654-4707
143 acres of tidal marsh, forests and swamp.
Fenwick Island State Park
Coastal Highway, Fenwick Island, 227-2800
Ocean and bay.
Gordons Pond Trail
â€‹Trailheads at Cape Henlopen State Park and North Shores
2.65-mile trail includes three scenic overlooks.
Great Cypress Swamp
Del. 54 west of Selbyville
12,400 acres. Permission required to enter.
Holts Landing State Park
Road 346, Millville, 227-2800
203 acres on Indian River Bay.
James Farm Ecological Preserve
Cedar Neck Road Ocean View, 226-8105
Two miles of trails through the woods to Indian River Bay.
Junction and Breakwater Trail
Wolfe Neck Road, Lewes
The six-mile multi-use trail links Lewes and Rehoboth Beach.
Marshy Hope Wildlife Area
Whitney Swamp Road and Sandy Hill Road, Bridgeville
1,000 acres for hunting.
Midlands Wildlife Area
Jones Store Road and Hardscrabble Road, Georgetown
Nanticoke Wildlife Area
â€‹Matts Road and Ellis Mill Road, Seaford
Old Furnace Wildlife Area
Old Furnace Road and Fleetwood Pond Road, Seaford
Ponders Tract at Pemberton Forest Preserve
Del. 16, Milton
908 acres open mid-February through mid-August.
Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
11978 Turkle Pond Road, Milton, 684-8419
Prime Hook Wildlife Area
Little Neck Road, Milford
700 acres of wilderness near Delaware Bay.
Redden State Forest & Education Center
18074 Redden Forest Drive, Georgetown, 856-2893
Delaware’s largest state-owned timberland.
Trap Pond State Park
33587 Baldcypress Lane, Laurel, 875-5153
The northernmost stand of bald cypress trees in the United States.
Delaware Center for the Inland Bays
39375 Inlet Road, Rehoboth Beach, 226-8105
Protects and preserves Delaware’s three shallow inland bays.
12613 Hunters Cove Road, Greenwood, 349-4334
The only downstate, state-owned public shooting sports range.
Public Golf Courses
Bayside Resort Golf Club
11310 Signature Blvd, Selbyville, 436-3400
32267 Clubhouse Way, Long Neck, 947-9800
Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club
7 Clubhouse Drive, Ocean View, 537-5600
Bethany Bay Golf Club
Captain’s Court, Millville, 539-3833
Heritage Shores Club
1 Heritage Shores Circle, Bridgeville, 337-7514
Hooper’s Landing Golf Course
1019 W. Locust St., Seaford, 629-2890
Marsh Island Golf Club
21383 Camp Arrowhead Road, Lewes, 945-4653
Midway Par 3
34578 Pinnacle Road, Lewes, 645-7955
Old Landing Golf Course
20836 Old Landing Road, Rehoboth Beach, 227-3131
The Rookery North Golf Course
6152 S. Rehoboth Blvd., Milford, 422-9745
The Rookery South Golf Course
27052 Broadkill Road, Milton, 684-3000
Delaware Birding Trail
A chain of 27 sites across the state offers prime viewing.
Outdoor recreation, education areas and events across the state.