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Gov. Carney, DNREC Dedicate Jason Beach a Historic Site at Trap Pond State Park 

 Gov. John Carney and DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin unveiled a Division of Public Archives historical marker to dedicate Jason Beach as a historic site in recognition of its significance.




Delaware State Parks Expected to Set Visitation Record

After breaking attendance records in 2021, Delaware State Parks is on pace to set another visitors’ attendance mark by the end of 2022.




 New Tram Path, Other Improvements to Greet Fort Delaware State Park Visitors This Season

 A Fort Delaware interpreter entertains visitors with his impression of Rev. Isaac Handy, who spent 15 months at the fort as a political prisoner. Fort Delaware visitors can experience its costumed living history program, which takes people back to 1864.   Visitors to Fort Delaware State Park now have a smoother ride along Pea Patch […]




Governor, Secretaries Dig into Tree for Every Delawarean Initiative

 Gov. John Carney joined Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Shawn M. Garvin, Department of Agriculture Secretary Michael T. Scuse and volunteers April 11 to plant trees on farmland recently acquired by DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation for Killens Pond State Park. Pictured, from left to right, STRIVE program student Richard […]




Delaware State Parks Fee Season to Begin March 1

 In addition to nature, Delaware State Parks offer a wealth of cultural resources, including the Auburn Heights Mansion and Stanley steam cars at Auburn Valley State Park.







 Pages Tagged With: "Delaware State Parks"

Gov. Carney, DNREC Dedicate Jason Beach a Historic Site at Trap Pond State Park 

 Gov. John Carney and DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin unveiled a Division of Public Archives historical marker to dedicate Jason Beach as a historic site in recognition of its significance.




Delaware State Parks Expected to Set Visitation Record

After breaking attendance records in 2021, Delaware State Parks is on pace to set another visitors’ attendance mark by the end of 2022.




 New Tram Path, Other Improvements to Greet Fort Delaware State Park Visitors This Season

 A Fort Delaware interpreter entertains visitors with his impression of Rev. Isaac Handy, who spent 15 months at the fort as a political prisoner. Fort Delaware visitors can experience its costumed living history program, which takes people back to 1864.   Visitors to Fort Delaware State Park now have a smoother ride along Pea Patch […]




Governor, Secretaries Dig into Tree for Every Delawarean Initiative

 Gov. John Carney joined Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Shawn M. Garvin, Department of Agriculture Secretary Michael T. Scuse and volunteers April 11 to plant trees on farmland recently acquired by DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation for Killens Pond State Park. Pictured, from left to right, STRIVE program student Richard […]




Delaware State Parks Fee Season to Begin March 1

 In addition to nature, Delaware State Parks offer a wealth of cultural resources, including the Auburn Heights Mansion and Stanley steam cars at Auburn Valley State Park.