Delaware April 17, 2019
Hike Through This Historic Park For Some Of The Most Breathtaking Views In Delaware
Delaware is a stunning state, despite the fact that much of it gets overlooked in favor of the beaches. One of our most beautiful state parks, Brandywine Creek State Park, is worth exploring if you truly enjoy spending time outdoors.
There are more than 1,000 acres of beautiful, preserved land here, with a mix of trails that are a mix of paved, rocky, and rough.
Throughout the park, you'll find evidence of Delaware's industrial past - abandoned buildings, rustic bridges, and spillways.
The rolling hills show off some of the best views and overlooks in an otherwise flat state. The hiking and birdwatching make this a nature lover's paradise.
The stone walls that still stand are relics from the 1800s, when the DuPonts divided up their land on this spot.
Here at Brandywine Creek, you'll find the Tulip Tree Woods, home to a 190-year-old tulip poplar, and the first nature preserve in Delaware, the Freshwater Marsh. This truly is a slice of heaven on earth.
Brandywine Creek State Park is located at 41 Adams Dam Rd., Wilmington, DE. It’s one of the most incredible natural oases in our beautiful state. For more beauty in the First State, read
The 7 Most Incredible Natural Attractions In Delaware That Everyone Should Visit.