Delaware Camping, Nature July 12, 2018
7 Campgrounds In Delaware Perfect For Those Who Hate Camping
It’s fun to get away to the beaches, but this late in the season it can be hard to find a rental. It’s easy, though, to find a campsite! If pitching a tent and cooking over a fire isn’t your cup of tea, you might like these 7 glampgrounds in Delaware, where you can rent a cabin and have a comfortable stay.
1. The Cottages at Indian River Marina
These cottages are located steps away from Indian River Marina. They feature all of the luxury accommodations you could expect from a beach rental at a fraction of the cost. The fully functional kitchen offers a great space for you to prepare meals, so leave the power bars at home and get ready for the ultimate overnight glamping getaway.
See the cabin interior and learn more about booking your site here
2. The Resort at Massey's Landing
Enjoy one of Delaware's most luxurious resorts at Massey's Landing, where you can glamp and camp and have the time of your life. The pool bar, fire pits, and paddle-friendly water make this a win for everyone.
Read more about this beautiful beach getaway here
3. Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
Jellystone is a family-friendly campground that offers tent sites, RV sites and cabins. The rustic cabins are great for first time campers, glampers, or families with younger kids! Enjoy all the comforts of a beach rental while still participating in the campground activities and enjoying the feeling of being out in the "woods."
4. Holly Lake Campsites
There's always something fun going on at Holly Lake Campsites, so they're a great cabin camping destination for families! Have fun at these woodsy campsites designed to accommodate those who prefer to sleep in the "great indoors."
5. Trap Pond State Park
Trap Pond offers lakeside camping on Delaware's largest bald cypress swamp. These cabins are cozy and comfortable in all seasons.
6. Killens Pond State Park
Camping at Killens Pond is a great way to spend a summer night. You can splash and play at the hidden waterpark all day and then relax beneath the forest canopy.
7. Cape Henlopen State Park
One of Delaware's most popular state parks offers beachside camping. This campground is right next to the old Fort Miles military base, so you'll have a chance to explore some historic ruins up close.
Do you love cabin camping in Delaware? Each of these glampgrounds has so much to offer – be sure to book your summer vacation soon.