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“Natural look, Wild flowering cactus”

Delaware Seashore State Park
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Owner description: From fishing and boating to surfing and sail boarding, this six-mile stretch of coastline boasts a wide variety of outdoor recreation for people of all ages.
Reviewed April 13, 2012

I enjoy going to Delaware Seashore State Park. The beach is nice and I go to walk on the beach and enjoy the water & waves. This spring have gone down several times and have enjoyed seeing the wild flowering cactus blooming. It is funs to see it growing in the wind. More isolated area than Lewes or Rehoboth Beach.

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Reviewed April 10, 2012

We spent three nights at this state park during the Easter holiday. The sites are paved with a small grass section which has some bare spots that show the sand.

We did not use the showers or rest rooms but took a look for this review. They were clean, heated and recently updated.

The sites were not huge, but saw 45' motorhomes in the park with no issues. The main attraction is fisherman who can walk a short distance to the Indian River Inlet and fish. During the warmer months the beach is only a short walk. A nice campground for the closeness of Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Dewey and Bethany beaches - just not a frills which the $40 per night (out of state) reflects.

3  Thank mummaiv
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Reviewed April 6, 2012

We often love going to the beaches at the Delaware Seashore Park. There is much less crowding, and a untamed feeling to the beaches. Of course, that means less amenities except for in selected spots. Get there early, as parking is limited. Surf fishing and pets are allowed in certain areas.

4  Thank brian k
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Reviewed April 5, 2012

This is personally my favorite place to go, when I just want to sit on the beach, read and book, and maybe go for a swim. This beach is a little out of the way for a lot of people, so it doesn't seem to get as crowded as most DE State Park beaches (and I love that). It's a nice beach. With a nice family friendly bathhouse (that isn't a mile long walk from your beach blanket).

2  Thank Kate W
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Reviewed March 13, 2012

This is a great beach area but small compared to some of the others in the area and gets deep faster then others. The up side is there is less people. You do have to pay to get into the park. Also all spring bring your bug spray the fly's can be crazy bad and bite hard.

2  Thank xtrimex
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