March 2020 Newsletter


Make spring happier with a getaway to our quaint villages.

It’s time to get outside and reconnect with nature’s beauty! And there’s no better escape than Delaware’s Quaint Villages. Our parks provide the fresh air, open space and solitude you seek – the perfect tonic for peace of mind, relaxation, and rejuvenation. Better yet, they offer a much-needed change of scenery. Take a leisurely hike to see the wildflowers breaking through the forest floor at Blackbird State Forest. Or try to spot nature’s newest wildlife at Killens Pond State Park, which is waiving entry fees through April.

From bike rides through the Amish Countryside to fishing at Little Creek, our parks help you remain connected to the activities you love the most, while also remaining socially distant. So refresh your spirit and recharge your “happy”. Plan a getaway in nearby Kent County today!


It’s important to follow the CDC’s and DPH’s standard health measures including regularly washing hands, avoiding touching your face, and staying home if you feel sick. Whenever possible, please practice social distancing. We also recommend calling our establishments or visiting their websites ahead of stopping in to find out their most up to date hours of operation. For information on how the Coronavirus is affecting Delaware please visit for the most up-to-date information.



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