Delaware has 17 state parks . They include hiking trails, beaches, campgrounds and even a zoo. The Passport Challenge offers a glimpse into each park. Take a selfie at each provided location and enter to win prizes.
Sussex County has a wide variety of landscapes to choose from. Take a Selfie along the Atlantic Ocean in Cape Henlopen, Fenwick Island or Seashore state parks or enjoy the only cypress swamp in Delaware at Trap Pond with a photo in the butterfly garden. Kent County offers Killens Pond State Park with camping and a water park. Snap photos of yourself at the 12 state parks in New Castle County including the Brandywine Zoo, the scenic Brandywine Creek State Park and Lums Pond State Park with Go Ape Zip Line and Adventure Park.
The Delaware State Parks Passport challenge is a great way to see Delaware’s State Parks. Discover a new park or visit a new location in a park that you are familiar with. At the end of the challenge if you collect all 20 selfies you will be entered to win prizes including park passes.