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“Nice camp ground ”

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 July 20, 2014 via mobile

This campground is about 7 miles south of Rehoboth Beach at the south end of the bridge. It's right on the Indian River Inlet with a 5 minute walk to the ocean front. Looks like all the RV sites are pull through. Also has tent camping and camp store. Lots of people catching fish on the banks of the inlet. Bath houses are modern and clean. Couldn't find a trash can anywhere. If you have a National Parks senior pass they knock off 2 bucks. The bridge over the inlet is a good after dark view. Other campers were friendly. A family camp ground. Lots of little kids having fun.

5  Thank Sunjammerz2
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Reviewed July 14, 2014

My family recently stayed at the newly renovated Delaware Seashore State Park campground at the Indian River Inlet. While we certainly enjoyed and appreciated the renovations the new bathhouse bathrooms/showers had an unpleasant surprise. There were security cameras inside the new bath houses both in the bathroom and shower areas. I was fine with the outside security cameras, but the inside cameras are a serious breach of privacy. I mean who views the video? Where is the video stored? How long is the video kept? Who has access to the video? Who could request and be granted access to the video? How is the video protected? What about the video of naked minors? Wouldn't such video be against the law?

21  Thank Bill H
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Reviewed July 12, 2014

We've passed the park for years then visited the Lifesaving Museum for the first time. The tour was easy and professionally done. The best part was the audio tour available on our cell phone. We called the number and entered each of the station tour numbers to learn about he history and heroics. It was excellent.

Read about the kayak tour and signed up for the next day.

The tour was also professional. Margaret and her intern, Trace from Colorado State, we're clear, friendly and well prepared. They supplied water for those of us who forgot as well as new kayaks and floatation devices.

The best thing was that they handled a diverse group of seniors, adults and teens, novices and somewhat experienced kayakers, and assured that we stayed together and saw the amazing ospreys, laughing gulls, terrapins and pelicans.

We learned an amazing amount and enjoyed a wonderful morning on the bay.

This one earns four stars out of four.

2  Thank Dennis P
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Reviewed July 11, 2014

We camped for 4 nights recently and had a good time! It was very hot and if you are camping there you need to know that there are NO trees or shade in the area. It was also windy so putting our awning out was not possible. The beach was a short walk from our campsite and everything is newly paved and the bathrooms are redone (although the bathrooms are the type that you have to press the button continually to get hot water)
There were people fishing along the inlet- and we wished we had brought fishing poles. There was a nice playground for the kids and we saw a bunch of turtles roaming the area.
We took day trips to Rehoboth and Ocean City. Overall, we would return- the location is great!

3  Thank barbbel
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Reviewed July 8, 2014

Great deal at $8/day for car, no worries about needing to continuously feed the meter like at some of the other nearby beaches. If you go down one of the side paths the beach is less crowded, but the amenities are still accessible. It was definitely most crowded near the boardwalk access point.

4  Thank urbanagrl
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