Delaware’s state parks are some of the most underrated places on the East Coast, but sometimes they can get a bit crowded. If you’re looking for a place to really escape the noise and crowds, and just enjoy some time walking through nature by yourself, you’ll want to visit this little known, hidden park just outside of Fenwick Island at 7604 Mulberry Landing Rd, Frankford, DE 19945.

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You can also find a quiet, isolated park up north, in Kent County. Blackbird State Forest is one of the most isolated places in the state, and camping out there overnight is an experience you won’t soon forget.

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