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Beach at the Cape Henlopen State Park at the Coast of Delaware.

The beach at the Cape Henlopen State Park is located at the beautiful Atlantic Coast of Delaware. Apart from the historic Fort Miles and the historic Watchtowers, there are also hiking trails and scenic beaches situated at the Cape Henlopen State Park.







Directions to the Cape Henlopen SP:
From the Coastal Highway, also known as Delaware State Route 1, turn north onto Savannah Road, also known as US Route 9. The Savannah Road leads directly to the city of Lewes. At the city of Lewes turn right on the Cape Henlopen Drive. The Cape Henlopen Drive leads directly to the entrance of the Cape Henlopen State Park.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the Cape Henlopen SP:
- $8.- valid for all State Parks in Delaware that are
    visited at the same day (Day Pass)
- $4.- fee for residents of Delaware only
Comment: Cash only.
(as at: Mai 2010)


Infrastructure at the Cape Henlopen SP:
- Restroom
- Shower with showercurtain
- Foot Shower





Beach Ranking of the Cape Henlopen SP:
- Not ranked at the Beach Ranking.



Video of the Beach at the Cape Henlopen SP:











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