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Cape Henlopen State Park
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• Parks are open from 8 a.m. to sunset, unless otherwise posted. Entering or remaining in a closed area is prohibited. • State park entrance fees are in effect from March 1 to November 30. • Pets must be leashed at all times unless in a designated off-leash area. Pets may be prohibited in specified areas. • Use of metal detectors is not permitted, except for east of the dune line at the ocean parks. Excavation, collection, or damage to prehistoric or historic artifacts is prohibited. • Operation of any vehicle on, over or across the sand dunes on Division lands is expressly prohibited except at
designated locations and with the proper surf fishing permit. • The removal, injury or destruction of any flora or fauna is not permitted. • Hunting is permitted by Division-issued permit only. Contact each facility for local maps and program restrictions. Rifled firearms are prohibited.
• Fires are restricted to grills and fire rings and may be no larger than needed for cooking purposes. Fires are not permitted in Delaware Seashore State Park campgrounds. • Alcoholic beverage restrictions apply based on location. Contact the specific facility for local restrictions.
• The sandy dunes found along the coast are fragile and protected by law. Vehicles and pedestrians must use designated dune crossovers. Trespassing on the dunes is prohibited. • A full list of park regulations can be found online at www. destateparks.com.
FIREWOOD ALERT! Help us protect our trees by preventing the spread of harmful insect pests such as Emerald Ash Borer to Delaware’s parks and forests. Purchase your firewood at the campground or from local sources near the park you are visiting. Please do not bring your own firewood with you into Delaware.
A N N U A L PA S S A Delaware State Parks annual pass allows your vehicle and its occupants to enter most state parks without paying a daily entrance fee. Purchase your pass at any park office, at our central office in Dover, Delaware, or from a participating retailer. Or, for the ultimate in convenience, buy online at www.destateparks.com. Call (302) 739-9220 for information.
C O N TAC T I N F O EMERGENCY: In case of emergency, call 911 or contact the park ranger or park staff.
General Parks Information: (302) 739-9220 www.destateparks.com Camping Reservations: 1 -877-987-2757 www.delaware.reserveworld.com
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For advertising inquiries, call (626) 229-9991. The Park Visitor Welcome Kit was created by Government Solutions Group in partnership with Delaware State Parks. Nothing in the Park Visitor Welcome Kit should be taken to imply endorsement of products, services, or activities of advertisers by any governmental agency. For more information please visit www.parkvisitor.com. GSG is a founding member of America’s State Parks.
HOW YOU CAN HELP YOUR PARKS MAP WILDLIFE AMERICA’S STATE PARKS A M E R I C A’S Cape Henlopen State Park DID YOU KNOW? Supporting our partner...