Campground Revenue Up 20% in Delaware Parks
Delaware state parks officials say campsites are filling up quickly and sites at two parks are nearly booked for the remainder of the summer.
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control officials say camping revenue from state parks in the beginning of June jumped nearly $28,000, or about 20%, compared to the same time last year, according to delmarvatoday.com.
The state offers camping facilities at Lums Pond, Killens Pond, Trap Pond, Cape Henlopen and Delaware Seashore State Parks.
Officials say Seashore and Cape Henlopen have only a few openings left until Labor Day, but there are plenty of reservations available at Trap Pond near Laurel.