Delaware’s Coastal Marshes Hiding In This Incredible Wildlife Refuge Are Like Something From A Dream

No matter what the weather is like, there is one spot in Delaware that’s truly magical. The Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a hotspot for nature enthusiasts year-round, from those who travel here in the dead of winter to look for bald eagles and snow geese, to those who paddle the water trails on hundred-degree days. Make it a point to visit Bombay Hook Wildlife Refuge, and you’ll fall in love with Delaware’s majestic coastal marshes.

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Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is located at 2591 Whitehall Neck Rd, Smyrna, DE 19977. For information on guided tours, trails, and the auto-tour map, visit their website here.

If you love paddling at Bombay Hook, be sure to set aside time to explore Delaware’s other National Wildlife Refuge. At Prime Hook, you’ll find A Hidden Water Trail That Will Take You To Delaware’s Very Own Paradise.