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Cabins

Cabins are available at Cape Henlopen, Killens Pond and Trap Pond State Parks.

Cape Henlopen

The Cape Henlopen's cabins are located in a secluded area at the edge of the campground, and are perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy the best parts of camping at the beach without the bother and discomfort of leaky tents or less-than-comfortable sleeping bags on the ground! These cabins sleep six, with real beds in both bedrooms. And after spending a great day at one of the finest beaches on the East Coast, you'll love spending your evenings on your own oversized screened-in dining porch, the perfect spot for relaxed meals and family card games.

Cape Henlopen Camping Cabin Amenities
  • Front room: queen bed and sofa sleeps 2
  • Back room: 2 sets of bunk beds sleep 4
  • Screened porch with dining table
  • Air Conditioning
  • Electric Heating
  • Compact refrigerator
  • Electric lighting
  • Outdoor grill
  • Drinking and cooking water outside
  • Picnic table
  • Restroom, bath and shower facilities at nearby bathhouse
  • All cabins are non-smoking
  • ADA-accessible

Reserve now to discover this exciting experience at one of the East Coast's most popular beaches!

The cabins are available year-round, and may be rented for up to 14 days. Reservations may be made up to 7 months ahead of time. There is a one-week minimum stay during peak season, June 22 through August 24th. Weekend reservations must include Friday and Saturday nights. Holiday weekends require a minimum stay of three nights (Friday through Sunday).

Killens Pond

These family cabins sleep four and feature an efficiency kitchen with an eating area, bedroom, bath with shower, A/C, and heat. A picnic table, grill and porch are located outside. Since animals are not allowed in cabins, campers should not bring their pets.

Trap Pond

The rustic 2-room camping cabins at Trap Pond have a wonderful location next to the water. Enter the cabin at the screened-in porch and move inside to the living area with table, benches and chairs. The bedroom has a double bed and bunk beds to sleep four adults. The units have A/C and heat for 3-season comfort, and offer a great camping experience with protection from the weather. A picnic table, grill and potable water are located outside, and campers will find convenient bath and shower facilities nearby.

The cabins are available from March 1 through November 30, and may be rented for any number of nights up to 14 days. Weekend reservations must include Friday and Saturday nights. Holiday weekends require a minimum stay of three nights (Friday through Sunday). Reservations are accepted up to 7 months prior to the date of arrival.

Since animals are not allowed in cabins, campers should not bring their pets.

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