Here Is The Most Remote, Isolated Spot In Delaware And It’s Positively Breathtaking

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge was established in March of 1927, and it consists of a 16,000-acre refuge and breeding ground for migratory and wintering waterfowl along the Atlantic Flyway. Federal Duck Stamp funds helped purchase the land from local farmers and landowners. Is the most remote, isolated spot in Delaware – with nothing around for miles but marsh, wetlands, and the occasional walking trail or observation tower.

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The Refuge can be found by putting “Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, 2591 Whitehall Neck Road, Smyrna, DE 19977” into your GPS. If you prefer specific directions, the Refuge’s website has them available here. During Hunting Season, there are a few days that the Refuge closes: The back section is closed all day Oct. 10, 12, 14, 2016 and Nov. 11, 12, 16, 2016 and Dec. 12 & 15, 2016 and Jan. 20, 2017. The front section is closed all day Nov. 14 & 18, 2016 and Dec. 14, 2016. Plan your visit around that information so you aren’t caught by surprise.