RV Campsites in Delaware

RV Campsites in Delaware
Delaware may be one of the country's smallest states, but a lot of outdoor fun is packed into this original colony. There are got hills for hiking in Brandywine Valley and beaches for swimming along the Atlantic coast. One of the best times to park your RV in Delaware is around Halloween, so you can take part in the World Championship Punkin' Chunkin' Festival in Nassau.

Treasure Beach RV Park and Campground

Each of the 900 RV-only sites at this Fenwick Island campground comes with a picnic table and a fire ring. Guests can go swimming in the nearby ocean or the intriguingly named Little Assawoman Bay. The RV park also lies close to the Bayville Shopping Center and the Bayville Marina, making the park a great place for those who enjoy boating and other water activities. Sailboats are available for rent. The recreation options range from saltwater fishing to basketball and from shuffleboard to crabbing.

Treasure Beach RV Park and Campground
37291 Lighthouse Road
Selbyville, DE 19975
(302) 436-8001

Big Oaks Family Campground

The 150-site Big Oaks Family Campground is located on the popular Rehoboth Beach. Each site contains a fire ring and a picnic table. Recreation is available for everyone from couch potatoes to the athletes. A TV room is available for those whose idea of an RV vacation is not much different from staying at home. Those who enjoy stretching the muscles will enjoy the swimming pool, horseshoes, basketball court, billiard tables and shuffleboard court. The Rehoboth Beach boardwalk is nearby, as are Cape Henlopen State Park and Delaware Seashore State Park. The casinos of Atlantic City are also a short drive away.

Big Oaks Family Campground
35567 Big Oak Ln.
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
(302) 645-6838

Trap Pond State Park

If your idea of a memorable RV vacation involves hikes beneath the soaring wings of a majestic bald eagle, then head to Laurel, Delaware, and the 130 RV-only sites at Trap Pond State Park. The park offers opportunities to find blue herons, hummingbirds and woodpeckers. Guests also can take canoe trips into deep into the interior of the park's marshland. Other activities include boating, fishing, volleyball and horseshoes. Each RV site is equipped with a fire ring and a picnic table. A playground is available for the kids. The park allows pets that can be kept under control when on a leash. Nearby attractions include Delaware Seashore State Park and Barnes Woods Nature Preserve, which features a self-guided nature tour through hardwood forests that lead to a a tidal stream.

Trap Pond State Park
33587 Baldcypress Ln.
Laurel, DE 19956
(302) 875-2392

Article Written By Timothy Sexton

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