Cape Henlopen State Park Daily News. Trailers and tow vehicles must park in either the gordons pond parking lot or the point comfort station parking lot. Registration for the tournament will open at 7 a.m.
Horseback riding is permitted on the beach only. The friends of cape henlopen state park will hold its annual youth fishing tournament for ages 15 and under saturday, sept. 10, at the fishing pier in the park.
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Small wonder (del cert) f2: 10, at the fishing pier in the park. Cape henlopen state park is a delaware state park on 5,193 acres (2,102 ha) on cape henlopen in sussex county, delaware, in the united states.
Trailers And Tow Vehicles Must Park In Either The Gordons Pond Parking Lot Or The Point Comfort Station Parking Lot.
Swim in the ocean waves, bike through the sand dunes, fish from the bayside fishing pier, camp beside historical wwii towers, and explore all 7,000 acres of cape henlopen state park! Located at the point where the delaware bay meets the atlantic ocean, cape henlopen offers a unique combination of natural wonders and cultural history. Perfect location, bring your bike to hit nearby trails.
The Friends Of Cape Henlopen State Park Will Hold Its Annual Youth Fishing Tournament For Ages 15 And Under Saturday, Sept.
Registration for the tournament will open at 7 a.m. Cape henlopen high school (available weekends only in may & september; Attractions near cape henlopen state park:
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And continues until 11 a.m., when judging will take place and prizes will be awarded to the winners. First state dash (del cert) 2. Trailers and tow vehicles must park in either the gordons pond parking lot or the point comfort station parking lot.
Horseback Riding Is Permitted On The Beach Only.
At the point comfort station. The perfect distillery and bakery in walking distance, about 10 minute drive from shopping, restaurants, cape henlopin! Osprey, who reside in cape henlopen state park, migrate each year to south america, they usually return in march to their previous nests, eggs hatch in june, fledge and leave the nest in september.