Delaware State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Yet another US Army Corps of Engineers facility run by the state as a park, Delaware contains a 1,300-acre lake. The southern half of it, from camp area 3 south, is open to unlimited horsepower boating; the northern half is a no-wake zone. You can swim in the lake, at either its public beach or one of its two boat-swim areas. There are fish to be caught, too. But if you want to try something a little different, visit Delaware Wildlife Area, which is on the park’s eastern side. It’s home to more than fifty ponds that hold populations of bass, bluegills, catfish, and crappies. The area is also popular with hunters who chase rabbits, pheasants, doves, and deer and at other times use the handgun, rifle, shotgun, and archery ranges."