How much are cabins at Killens Pond?

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Peak Summer
Weekends Resident $95
Non-Resident $105
Weekdays Resident $95

Why is Killens Pond important?

This fishing spot is reminiscent of local waterways where Native Americans fished, hunted, and lived. The abundance of life around the water allowed Native Americans to thrive in the area that is now Killens Pond State Park.

Who owns Killens Pond?

The park surrounds a 66-acre (270,000 m2) pond known as Killens Pond located along the Murderkill River….

Killens Pond State Park
Elevation 39 ft (12 m)
Established 1965
Named for Killens Pond
Governing body Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control

Are dogs allowed at Killens Pond State Park?

Dogs in Cottages and Cabins Dogs are allowed in the following dog-friendly cabins and cottages: Cabin #10 at Killens Pond State Park.

Do you have to pay to get into Killens Pond?

Weekdays: Under 48”: $6 per person. 48” and over: $8 per person. Children 2 and under are free.

Can you swim at Lums Pond State Park?

Lums Pond Beach is located in Lums Pond State Park on the largest freshwater pond in Delaware. Swimming is not permitted and there are no lifeguards on duty. In Delaware, recreational water is monitored by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.

What fish are in Killens Pond?

Killens Pond State Park The pond is home to largemouth bass, catfish, carp, perch, crappie, bluegills, and pickerel, all of which await the patient angler.

Does Lums Pond have a pool?

Is Gordons Pond dog friendly?

Pets are not permitted on bathhouse boardwalks. At Gordons Pond and Fenwick Island, access is limited to the pedestrian dune crossing at the northern end of the parking lot. To ensure that your pet continues to be welcome, you must be a responsible owner and comply with all park regulations.

Is Trap Pond State Park dog friendly?

Trap Pond State Park offers an opportunity to explore a wetland forest and its inhabitants on both land and water and a variety of recreational activities and pursuits. Dogs of all sizes are allowed at no additional fee. Dogs may not be left unattended, and they must be leashed and cleaned up after.

How much is it to get into Lums Pond?

Fee – $30.00 to $60.00 per canopy. PICNIC AREAS (except for reservable picnic area on pg 3.) The picnic areas at Lums Pond State Park are all available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Where to stay at Killens Pond State Park?

Learn more. Start your review of Killens Pond State Park. We just enjoyed a two night stay at Killens Pond SP Campground. We had Site D-1, which is in one of the improved loops (water and electric hookups). We are tent campers, and there were several other folks in tents on Loop D, but also a number of RVs.

Is there a tent only loop at Killens Pond?

There is a separate tents only loop, Loop G, but it is farther from the bathrooms (latrines are by the Loop G parking lot) and you have to carry your gear in (They do have some wheelbarrow style carts there). Lovely park with a path all around the 55 acre lake.

Do you need a water park pass to go to Killens Pond?

Boat ramp available, Get your State Park pass and go again and again. Water Park available if interested, but not exciting. Crowded but refreshing. Met with a group under pavilion for event and was a wonderful day. Everyone enjoyed park and cleanliness. Will go back.

Where to go to see Killens Pond in Felton?

Lovely building w/ chairs outside to look at the lake. Down another path is the boathouse (not far). We rented a 2-person kayak & spent a delightful hour on the water, practically had the Pond (very larger, seemed like a lake to me) to ourselves on an August weekday.