With beaches, camping, huge open spaces, sports, nature, and a big piece of WWII history, Cape Henlopen is the perfect park no matter what your interests are!
Great place to relax on the beach and getaway from the crowds at Rehobeth and Dewey Beach.
Campsites on the outer loops are great with shade and privacy!
Climb up into a World War II submarine lookout tower.
If you go here, bring your own food! The concession stand sucks and will cost you a fortune.
If you don't have four wheel drive don't drive on the beach-you'll get stuck!
The point has the best view
Go to Herring Point beach for a different view of the beach and less crowds plus great surf spot. though it can get crowded in the waters with rest of the surfers
Visit Fort Miles within the park. WW I & II history
Go for a shaded site. Great park and don't miss the bike loop.
It is really nice ;)
Look for dolphins
Ride the bike loop. Don't own a bike? Free rentals at the nature center
Go to the tip, last parking lot near and sit bayside. Oodles of tidal pools to splash in and watch the ferries go by.
A very pretty beach that is less congested & quieter than Rehoboth.
If you are not planning on fishing don't come to the surf fishing beach. It's a surf fishing beach not a "less crowded party beach"
First time on bike trail! Tower view is awesome!
45th Annual Kite Festival.
The best beach in DE, if you go away from the public area. There'll be no snack bar, but there will be peace and quiet! Just watch out for fishermen if you go swimming.
Amazing place. <3
Beautiful place to spend a fall morning swimming with my Chessie and the dolphins.
Nice to be able to shower right after the beach.
Kite Festival - 44th Annual!!
Love the old WWII turrerts and the US Army base.
These beaches are great because they are beaches and not row after row of beach shops selling the same stuff.
Surf tag for in state - $65 annual fee. Allows access to park and entrance in "faster" lane for seasonal tag holders. Also can drive onto beach- enjoy the surf and fish at same time!
If fishing for shark use a full spot for bait take your kayak about 200 yards out drop the bait then reel in a 8 foot tiger shark sonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
Great kayaking. Great beaches. Not as crowded as some nearby beaches. Bring your own food, water and tons of bug repellent. Love campsite # 83. End-site, close enough to restrooms, plenty of tree
Free bike rentals!