Sleep Among Abandoned World War II Bunkers At Fort Miles Historical Area In Delaware

If you’re looking for an adventure that’s sure to show off the history and beauty of Delaware, try camping in Cape Henlopen State Park. You’ll be setting up your tent just steps away from abandoned bunkers and fire control towers, and the roar of the nearby ocean is a delight.

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For more information about camping at Cape Henlopen, visit the Delaware State Parks website, here.

To learn about the fascinating history behind Fort Miles, read One Of The Last WWII Forts Is Right Here In Delaware And It’s So Worth A Visit.

Address: 15099 Cape Henlopen Dr, Lewes, DE 19958, USA