A land of adventure awaits
Delaware is an amazing state of duality. Past meets present where old buildings snug up against modern; sapphire ocean washes against vibrant green foliage, and metropolises stand shoulder to shoulder with fertile farmland. This gives RVers the ultimate traveling experience in a limited time, though one breath of the sweet, salty air will make you want to put down stakes and stay a while.
The RV parks and campgrounds offer a variety of opportunities for campers, so pack your bags and set your GPS for Delaware.
If you enjoy fishing, then you may like crabbing!
Try something new when you visit Steamboat Landing RV Park – crabbing! Along with their playground, bathhouse, swimming pool, volley and basketball courts, Steamboat Landing RV Park also sports a 120-foot crabbing dock where you can go catch something delicious for dinner. But crabbing isn’t the only sport available. You can hit the water for skiing, saltwater fishing, and clamming. Step out of the RV for a few nights to enjoy their cabins. Steamboat RV Park has everything you need for an extended stay, including a general store, and they even welcome pets, as long as they behave themselves.
Sun, sand, and beach experiences await!
Delaware Seashore State Park has the amenities you look for when booking space at a campsite, but you won’t spend much time there. The park is conveniently located near both the north and south sides of the Indian River. There are bike paths, hiking paths, and full hookups. Close by is a camping supply store, restaurants, and fish and seafood markets. You can stay up to fourteen days, and to make your stay more comfortable, there are bathhouses and even laundry facilities.
Children’s park that packs in the family fun
This is what you crave from a family vacation – water attractions like splash grounds, water slides, and pools. If you’re looking for more natural water activities, you can take advantage of their waterfront for fishing and boating! Kids will love the arcades, and families will enjoy their outdoor theaters. Spend a day mining for gems or hitting the mini-golf course. If all this fun gets too much for you, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks are located near many state and national parks for you to reconnect with nature.
Relax in the shade
Another park that doesn’t skimp on the water fun is Leisure Point Resort. Their campsites are shaded by beautiful trees while their marina can handle launches of varying sized boats. You can plan activities to happen in their clubhouse, or you can spend the day fishing, clamming, and crabbing. They offer church services as well as basketball courts, a fitness center, and cable television!
The campground of solitude
If all this fun and activities makes you crave a break, head on over to Treasure Beach RV Park and Campground. Each of their one thousand campsites has full hookup and a nearby dumping ground. Many of the sites are right on the water so you can enjoy the sound of waves to lull you to sleep. The site is conveniently located near prime shopping centers, and if you desire a bit of fun-filled frivolity, they offer pools and playgrounds!
Hopefully, this list has you planning your trip and getting your RV loaded, but before you go, we want to make sure you have help if you breakdown on the way. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with the roadside assistance plan through RV Advisor. You can get this coverage and drive with confidence.