Hayrides

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Hayrides at Bellevue State Park

 

Group hayrides are available at Bellevue from September through November for $125/wagon.
Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for all hayrides.
Call (302) 761-6963 for availability and to register or reserve a wagon.

Two wagons leave every hour, on the hour according to this schedule:

    • Thursdays and Fridays: 10 a.m. – Noon and 5 - 8 p.m.
    • Saturdays: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
    • Sundays: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

    For more information or to schedule a hayride, call the Bellevue State Park Office at (302) 761-6963.

Each wagon holds about 20 adults. Skewers for the campfire are provided; you supply your own food and beverages.

We offer two nights of programming with a hayride; these include an activity such as pumpkin painting or candy apple making and are $12 or $15 per person. Group reservations for these hayrides are limited to six people. Space is limited and preregistration is required by calling (302) 761-6963.

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Bellevue State Park Hayride Schedule

 


Hayrides at Brandywine Creek State Park

Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for all hayrides.
Call (302) 655-5740 for availability and to register or reserve a wagon.

Learn more about Brandywine Creek State Park

There are currently no hayrides scheduled at Brandywine Creek State Park.


 

Hayrides at Fort DuPont State Park

Hop on the wagon for a hayride in the park!  Enjoy the beauty of fall, and learn a bit about history as well.  After the 45-minute ride, enjoy some time around a cozy campfire.  S’mores makings will be provided!  Call the park office at (302) 834-7941 to register.  Meet at the Grassdale Center.  $7 per person.

Sundays, October 8, 15, 22, 29  at 5 p.m. 
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Fort DuPont Hayride Schedule

Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Call (302) 834-7941 to register or reserve a wagon.


 

Hayrides at Killens Pond State Park

Travel throughout the parks forests and fields in a rustic haywagon. Check the seasonal program guide on details on where to meet.  Hayrides are $4 per person, and space is limited.  Hayrides are also available during special events throughout the season. Hayrides can be arranged for private groups for $100 per hour.  Pre-register or schedule a hayride by calling (302) 284-4299. Learn more about Killens Pond State Park

Upcoming Killens Pond Hayrides
There are currently no hayrides scheduled at Killens Pond State Park.

Hayrides at Lums Pond State Park

Roll through the woods and fields of Lums Pond State Park with your best hayriding buddies. Bring your own food to serve around an hour-long campfire after the ride (no alcohol allowed). The fee is $125 for a wagon that fits 20-30 people. Call (302) 368 6989 for more information. Learn more about Lums Pond State Park

There are currently no hayrides scheduled at Lums Pond State Park.


Hayrides at Trap Pond State Park

Times and dates for public hayrides vary. For information on hayride times, call the nature center at (302) 875-5163.

Take a ride to Cypress Point and beyond in our rustic wagon.  The ride will last about an hour as we tour the fields and woods of the park in true farmer fashion (straw hats and coveralls are optional).  Please sign up for a ride at the camp store at least one hour before the program.  $5 per adult, $3 per child. There are currently no hayrides scheduled at Trap Pond State Park.


Hayrides at White Clay Creek State Park

On Saturdays and Sundays in the fall, take a 50-minute ride through the Possum Hill area of the park. The ride brings you back to an inviting campfire. Groups may bring food and beverages. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted. Your group may enjoy the campfire for up to one hour. The fee is $125 for a wagon that seats 25. Learn more about White Clay Creek State Park

White Clay Creek State Park Hayride Schedule

Auburn Heights Preserve

Auburn Heights Preserve offers a unique alternative to hayrides – steam power and antique automobiles, the technology that replaced haywagons. Rides are offered as part of the monthly events from June through November. Ride in a 1915 Stanley Mountain Wagon, Delaware’s only steam powered bus! You can also ride on the Auburn Valley Railroad, a 1/8-scale steam-powered train that rings the property. Depending on the event, other vehicles may be available for rides, including a 1916 Rauch & Lang electric car. Learn more about Auburn Heights Preserve

Auburn Heights Preserve Steam Schedule