If planning sightseeing in Delaware, check availability and location of campgrounds and RV Parks ......
Delaware is the second smallest and the sixth most densely populated state in the USA.
It was colonized by Dutch traders in the 17th century, so it is one of the oldest regions of the country.
Delaware was one of the 13 colonies that participated in the American Revolution, so it has a very rich and interesting history.
The lands from Lenape in the north to Nanticoke in the south long before the start of colonization were settled by native tribes.
Delaware is also called the First State and no surprise - its slogan is It's Good Being First. The state has been named after Delaware River.
Tall Pines Campground
29551 Persimmon Rd.
Lewes, DE 19958
Phone: (302) 684-0300
Tall Pines Campground is located in a secluded area of the woody region of Delaware. This special campground also has RVs for sale that you can take a look at. You can easily make a reservation online by visiting their website. This place has gated access security after hours, a swimming pool, a camp store with all that you need, game room, a mini golf area, modern bathhouses with showers, a fitness center and playgrounds. It is close to beaches and outlet shopping as well. Some of the nearby attractions are the museum of American art, fishing centers, a historic farmers market and the Nassau Valley Vineyards.
Big Oaks Family Campground
35567 Big Oaks Lane
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Phone: (302) 645-6838
This campground is only 2.5 miles from the beach, so it is the perfect spot to park your RV. You can find something for everyone here. You can eat free ice cream cones, play bingo, watch movies and do some sports. You can even join a tournament at the Big Oaks Family Campground such as basketball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, or billiards tournament. There are nice showers and bathrooms, picnic tables, fire rings, horseshoes, basketball court, laundry and free Wi-Fi.
Welcome to the Big Oaks - family operated campground in Delaware
Lost Lands RV park
37421 Bearhole Road
Selbyville, DE 19975
Phone: (302) 242-8912
This is a seasonal park that has a lot of appealing features such as a silent region, peaceful surroundings and beautiful nature. It is located next to farms and has a family farm’s atmosphere. It is always nice and clean and it has plenty of room for you to enjoy it on sunny days. You can also find their page on Facebook, so if you want to be updated about their events, look for them there. Each site includes individual electric meters with 50-amp and 30-amp service, septic hookup, water hookup and cable hookup. Some sites even come with phone hookups. Pets are permitted at Lost Lands RV park.
In front of you Lost Lands RV Park in Delaware.
Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort
8295 Brick Granary Rd.
Lincoln, DE 19960
Phone: (302) 491-6614
Come see Yogi Bear and Boo Boo at this beautiful park where you can spend a memorable vacation. There is a swimming pool and plenty of activities for you. The park has full hookups, laundry facility, cable TV, free dump station, clean restrooms & showers, clubhouse, grocery shop, camper supplies, camp store with toys, gifts & souvenirs and a snack bar. You can also enjoy the game room, the basketball court, outdoor theater, pedal cart rentals, a playground and more. The park is close to the beach.
25165 Road 254,
Georgetown, DE 19947, United States
Phone: (302) 684-4278
Located in Georgetown, this RV Park offers more than just a stop on the way home.
There is a swimming pool that guests love during the hot summer season.
This is quite a large RV park with a recreation room, air hockey, and various games for the kids.
For those that cannot live without the Internet – it’s WiFi version is available.
During the weekend there are parties and concerts as well.
The staff at Homestead Campground RV Park is very friendly not only to visitors but also to their pets that can be brought along..
If plan on sight-seeing in Delaware this directory of campgrounds: tent and RV camping parks Delaware (DE) will help you out some.
A handful of names go a long way when you want to visit museums or other historical places.
When traveling with the family you might want a beach camp or somewhere that has things for the kids to do during your stay.
Whether you have a pop up camper or a motor home, kids like to run and play instead of sitting inside the motorhome trailer watching television all day.
Some recreational vehicles have all the comforts of home, like a mobile home you need somewhere to send the kids to play. This directory of campgrounds: tent and RV camping parks Delaware (DE) will provide a few places that might have the activities you need when traveling with kids.
Check some of these campgrounds:
Big Oaks Trailer & Camping Park
Rehoboth Beach DE 19971
Eagles Nest Family Camp Ground
Route 1 & 16
Milton DE 19968
G & R Recreation Campground
4075 Gun and Rod Club Rd
Houston DE 19954
Oak Forest Park
Long Neck Village
Millsboro DE 19966
Sandycove Camping Area
Sandy Cove Rd
Ocean View DE 19970