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Killens Pond State Park Felton

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Killens Pond State Park
5025 Killens Pond Road
Felton
DE
19943
Tel: (302) 284-4526

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Natural and recreational opportunities abound at Killens Pond State Park, centrally located in the heart of Kent County. The park's centerpiece is the 66-acre millpond which features boating and fishing. The Killens Pond Water Park offers resort entertainment in a serene, natural setting. Only about an 1½ hour drive from either the northern or southern boundary, Killens Pond makes a perfect home base for exploring the First State. Open year-round, the park's campground and cozy cabins are popular retreats no matter what the season.
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    Not worth any stars. Drove 250 miles to visit because when i called was told they where open at sunrise and close at sundown. Got their after 5 hours of driving to be their in the morning and it was closed. Fence closed and locked up. Hows come they never told me they where going to be close Memorial Day when they knew that was the day i planed to be their. I will never travel to or in Delaware again. Thank you for wasting a hole day of mine. Enjoy the tax revenue you made off me in gas and food.

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    Great setting! Nice stop over with bike and walking trails thru the woods. We where concerned about the limited amenities 30amp but the water pressure was great and we ran the AC all night no issues.

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    I love Killens Pond! I used to go there ever since I was a child we still hike on the trails and go to play in the paddle boats and have picnics and we just had a grand ol 'time. I also enjoy their new water park. If you enjoy nature and exploring the great outdoors, then this is the place to be.

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    Pool,pond, large open areas wIth grasses, traIls, wooded sItes, and boatIng.

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    Just returned from a great weekend camping trip here. We (group of 8 ages 25-35) stayed on 2 of the primitive walk-in sites and were very comfy, although there are definitely some less-than-favorable sites which we were glad to avoid. The port a pottys weren't too terrible, and even though the campground was full it wasn't very loud. We did get a brief talk from the Ranger on duty around 10pm reminding us about quiet hours, and that we needed to keep it down, but he was very friendly and it seemed he was giving all campsites with larger groups these...Read More

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by Kristen Menichelli

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Just returned from a great weekend camping trip here. We (group of 8 ages 25-35) stayed on 2 of the primitive walk-in sites and were very comfy, although there are definitely some less-than-favorable sites which we were glad to avoid. The port a pottys weren't too terrible, and even though the campground was full it wasn't very loud. We did get a brief talk from the Ranger on duty around 10pm reminding us about quiet hours, and that we needed to keep it down, but he was very friendly and it seemed he was giving all campsites with larger groups these talks. The rates for the sites were reasonable, although they misquoted the price of the firewood as being $4 when it's $5. You have to buy the firewood because you cannot bring any in or harvest from woods. Best feature of all was the fire ring with built-in grill grate. Will definitely be coming back!

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