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Programs at Delaware State Parks
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Today In Our Parks
Sunday, May 3
- Biggs Museum of American Art Self-Guided Tours
1:30:00 PM at First State Heritage Park
- Aquatic Mammals
10:00:00 AM at Trap Pond State Park
- Pontoon Grab Bag
2:00:00 PM at Trap Pond State Park
- Guided Tours of The Old State House
1:00:00 PM at First State Heritage Park
- Driving on the Beach
9:30 AM at Cape Henlopen State Park - Seaside Nature Center
- NEW! Sun, Moon, and the Bridge
7 PM at Delaware Seashore State Park - North Inlet Day Area
- Live Reptile & Amphibian Show
11 AM at Killens Pond State Park - Nature Center
- Pontoon Boat Tours: Aquatic Mammals
10 AM at Trap Pond State Park
- Swamp Kayak Tour
10:30 AM at Trap Pond State Park
- Pontoon Grab Bag
2 PM at Trap Pond State Park
- Reptile Show
2:00:00 PM at Brandywine Zoo
Delaware State Parks offer exciting programs for families and individuals. Enjoy crafts, learn about Delaware's Heritage or explore the parks' natural wonders. Our program page lets you search by park or by keyword.
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Delaware Outdoor Family Programs
Like the idea of camping with your family but don't know what it entails? Learn everything you need to know by camping out with other families and our trained staff at a Delaware Outdoor Family program!
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School Group Programs
We provide quality learning experiences about nature, science, history and more for students of all ages, in our parks or at your site.
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Delaware State Parks offer badge programs, volunteer projects and many recreation opportunities for Boy and Girl Scouts of all ages.
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Summer Camps and School Break Day Camps
Half-day camps for four- to six-year-olds with various nature themes are offered in summer, as well as full-day camps for six- to seventeen-year-olds. Many camps offer before and after care. Summer camp information is posted in January. Single- or multi-day school break camps keep kids interested, active and learning when school is closed during the school year.
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