We are home from another wonderful time at Cape Henlopen. For those of you going in the near future, masks are needed to be worn at the check-in stand, camp store, laundromat, & bathhouse. We kept our masks on our wrist or in a pocket at all times, but had no problem maintaining distance on the beach (down the hill from the Fort) and for the most part, on the trails. The playground in the campground is still roped off & not open for use yet.
They were allowing more than one vehicle, car/truck, to park on the site as long as they were contained on the parking pad. If one was in the sand or sticking out in the road, a notice, written &/or verbal, was given to please move one to the overflow lot. We were glad to see this being enforced because some of the folks we saw were blatantly doing what they wanted, driving over established vegetation, parking in wooded areas, etc.
Have fun, everyone!
BF, doggo and I are excited!! I’ve been using my inflatable standup paddle board as a kayak. I have a PA launch permit. Does anyone know how deep the kayaking is? I don’t want to risk puncturing it.
I wiped off the cobwebs from the old hybrid and am planning to get on it today. First time I’ve been on the bike in months!
to answer the 2 happy campers. unfortunately the charter boats were booked up solid. so with that being said I guess a head boat would be an option. I guess the day can be determined as we get close
I like shinny things. so to answer that question on inflatable kayak. it as shallow as a dime as deep as 100ft depending on area you paddle