CAMPING @ Delaware Seashore State Park



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contractID DE
description One of Delaware's most popular destinations, Delaware Seashore State Park welcomes visitors to experience six miles of ocean and bay shoreline. The park borders the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and Rehoboth and Indian River Bays to the west. The Indian River Life-Saving Station is a historic site within the park, and doubles as the park's nature center. Tours and educational programs are offered year-round. For a convenient stay nestled between the Delaware resorts, reserve a campsite in our modern family campground, just a short walk away from the beach. Delaware Seashore State Park campground boasts 151 RV sites, 94 standard campsites without hook-ups; and 37 tent camping only sites. Two bathhouses with hot and cold running water (April - November) serve the campground, equipped with laundry facilities. The campground itself faces the Indian River Inlet, a popular site for fishing. At our camp store, summer campers may purchase forgotten necessities or foodstuffs.
drivingDirection North Shore Campground Address: 39345 Inlet Road Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 South Shore Campground Address: 39441 South Inlet Road Bethany Beach, DE 19930 Chesapeake Bay Bridge - 108 miles Wilmington, DE - 94 miles Dover, DE - 35 miles From the North To the North Shore Campground : Dewey Beach is 5 miles north. Stay on Rt 1 Southbound and take the right immediately before the Charles W. Cullen Bridge (Indian River Inlet Bridge). To the South Shore Campground : Continue on Rt 1 Southbound and take the first right after the Charles W. Cullen Bridge. From the South: To the North Shore Campground : Stay on Rt 1 Northbound. Take the first left after the Charles W. Cullen Bridge (Indian River Inlet Bridge). To the South Shore Campground : Continue on Rt 1 Northbound. Take the right immediately before the Charles W. Cullen Bridge.
facilitiesDescription Camp Store, Food Concession, Bait and Tackle shop
facility Delaware Seashore State Park
facilityID 360109
importantInformation During winter months some amenities may not be available like water. Please contact the park prior to arrival for complete information. During November through March camping units must be self-contained (they must have a portable toilet or holding tank). Tents are not permitted under any circumstances during this period. Check-in: 1:00 PM There will be no early check-ins permitted Check-out: 12:00 PM In the case of a later arrival 24 hours or more, please notify the Park Office at 302-227-2800 or your reservation may be cancelled. One vehicle will be permitted per site. Vehicle must display valid camp pass. Additional vehicle/boat trailers etc. must be parked in extra car parking area. 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM visitors must pay an entrance fee when applicable. Visitation may be limited during peak camping season (July-August). Visitors refers to people who are visiting campers with no intention of staying overnight. Open fires are not permitted. Cooking fires are permitted in a gas or charcoal grill only. Pets must be on a 6 ft leash at all times and are not to be left unattended at any time. Owners must clean up after their pets. Trash must be removed from the campsite. Dumpsters are provided throughout the campground. Burning trash and excessive litter is prohibited. Dumping or disposal of dish/bath water, septic wastes or other effluents on ground is prohibited. Quiet hours are from 10:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M. Delaware now requires a fishing license to cover both salt water and fresh water fishing. This includes recreational clamming and crabbing. The license may be purchased at agents authorized by the Division of Fish & Wildlife or at State Park offices. For more information call 302-739-9914 or visit Division of Fish & Wildlife The edge of the campground is approximately 400 yards from the beach. Lifeguard on duty between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. Within walking distance to Indian River Inlet. The separate pedestrian/bike path traverses the Indian River Inlet Bridge to the swimming beach on the south side or the take a short walk to purchase fresh fish or dine at the beautiful Indian River Marina. America the Beautiful Access Pass discounts are available by calling the Call Center at 1-877-987-2757. Proof of disability is required in order to reserve a disabled site. Proof must be provided at time of check-in. Rates: Please be advised, rates may vary for DE Residents vs. Non-Residents.
nearbyAttrctionDescription Indian River Marina, tax-free shopping, Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum and Gift Shop, Fenwick Island State Park, Holts Landing State Park
recreationDescription Swimming, Camping, Fishing, Kayaking, Boating, Bird watching, Hiking Check out current events and programs happening during your stay!