Beauty you may have thought was long gone especially after driving into the area on obnoxiously overdeveloped RT1. The park has a nice beach with umbrella rentals and a small food vendor who has light fare and cold beverages. Best plan to bring your own food. There are bathrooms and porta-potties scattered about and even a bathhouse. There are lifeguards on a small stretch of beach but most is unguarded. The nature trail is terrific. Sections are hard surfaced suitable for bicycles with the remaining trail a sand foot path that wanders through the wetlands and beaches for miles and is quite lovely. Bring bug repellant and check for ticks after your trek. There is plenty of parking on all but the busiest days. Cars pay to enter the park in season $4 per day with DE tags and $8 per day out of state tags, bicycles and pedestrians do not pay. Season passes available. There is absolutely no free parking outside the park entrance; you'll get ticketed/towed. All in all this is a nice State Park. Be sure to check out the park's web site for details.
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