32 miles point-to-point. The trail offers miles of easy to moderate hiking, thanks to its crushed gravel surface. Not crowded. Free weekend shuttle service.
Designed to be handicapped-accessible, this peaceful 300-acre park of forest, meadows, and wetlands offers a picnic pavilion and well-marked, easy trails.
Exceptionally beautiful county park includes a 345-acre lake and has facilities for camping, swimming, picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing, and boating. Small entrance fee.
What’s better than a treetop adventure course with an obstacle course, ziplining, rock climbing, archery tag, and paintball? One that’s set in the spectacularly beautiful forests and streams of Skytop Lodge.
Research, education, preservation. 52-acre Lake Lacawac is a glacial lake preserved in almost pristine condition. Hiking on 8 trails, boreal bog, ponds, streams. Open to the public.
Miles of multi-use trails for boating, hiking, biking, and whitewater rafting. Numerous Class II and III rapids, so only experienced rafters should attempt without a guide. Open year-round.
Beautiful 600-acre wildlife sanctuary. 5 miles of well-maintained hiking trails for all ability levels. Cross-country-skiing.
16,000-acre natural area. Public beach, campground, 44 miles of hiking trails. Trout fishing, swimming, hiking, disc golf, winter sports. Waterfalls, streams, Sand Spring Lake.
3,000-acres AND 2 glacial lakes surrounded by 12,000 acres of Delaware State Forest.
2,500 acres of woodlands and groundwater-fed glacial wetlands, ancient marsh waters, in one of the state’s largest spruce forests. Two-mile trail and boardwalk system. Birding, hiking.