Redden State Forest In Delaware Is A Big Secluded Treasure
If you’re starting to feel a little cooped up inside, take advantage of the beautiful spring weather and head out to explore Redden State Forest in Georgetown, Delaware. This lovely protected preserve is a great place for a hiking adventure with your family when you want to make memories that are sure to last.
Note: At the time of publication, the Redden Lodge and Forest Campsites are closed until further notice due to COVID-19. State Forests are open for the time being for outdoor activities such as hiking and horseback riding. Before you head out, double-check the status on the Redden State Forest website, here.
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You can find more information about the trails that wind their way through Redden State Forest on AllTrails, here.
Delaware’s other state forest, Blackbird State Forest, is also worth a visit if you’re checking scenic hiking spots in Delaware off your bucket list.