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The parking lot was full with 4 car loads in waiting line. Park rangers positioned in road to turn people away, 3 more cars pulled in behind us. Rocks State Parl parking lots were full as well, overrun with people - much more liter than...More
Kilgore Falls is part of Rocks State Park. I had seen information about this online and wanted to go up and see this for myself. It is truly a fine example of nature's beauty. You do have to walk from the parking lot down a...More
I ventured out to the King and Queen Seat with my little friend Foxy. It was during the week in the morning in November. Being out in nature is a great way to renew yourself and just breath. There were a few people on swings...More
After seeing a friend's Instagram post from visiting the park, I decided that I had to go see it for myself. I grabbed a couple friends, left early in the morning, and drive from Dover, DE to the park. We planned to hike to King...More
Rocks State Park offers something for nearly every level of activity. Quiet glades for picnics; challenging hiking trails; lazy inner tube rides down Deer Creek and the thrilling challenge of rock climbing or hiking out to the pinnacle of the "King & Queen Seat" rock...More
The "Park Rangers" at the entrance were not able to determine the number of available parking spots in their small 28 car lot. Three times they rudely interacted with us and would not allow us to enter "their" park even though just behind them we...More
Every time we go, we find a trail, that leads us to a new place. There are various trails for a walk in the woods or a heart pumping hike. There are picnic areas & pavilions for group events. People go tubing in the creek...More
We hiked the purple, white and blue trails for a total of 3 miles. Very invigorating! Beautiful views and nice areas to swim and play.
The King and Queen seat is a must-see natural rock formation.
I highly recommend visiting this park. Try to avoid...More
Response from collingroat1223 | Reviewed this property |
I see no reason why not. The hike is not technical and the trails are easy. There were several children and dogs there. Of course, be careful around the edges so they don't fall, but it should be no problem for a 5 year old.