Lums Pond State Park Topo Map

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This is a long but relatively easy hike on a mostly flat trail with views of a large pond throughout. The hike starts at the pond end of the Area 4 parking lot, just past the nature center. The pond does not seem large at first, but it branches out in many directions. Before the pond existed, Native Americans hunted here. The St. Georges River was dammed in the 1800s, and Lums Pond supplied water to the canal locks and a mill. In 1963, it became a Delaware state park. In fact, Lums Pond is the largest freshwater pond in Delaware. Many clearings along the hike allow views of the water and landscapes, including brilliant foliage displays in the fall. When the hike begins, the trail runs very close to the pond. After significant rain, flooding might be a problem. The trail continues east on a concrete walkway at the boat rental area.
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Bear, Delaware

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Mar 2018