Killens Pond State Park Campground Entrance

Posted on April 8, 2020
Rating
4.8
Killens Pond State Park Campground Entrance

Killens Pond State Park Campground Entrance

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05 Reviews

  • 5 Ratings
  1. 5
    Rooah! Administrator Nov 23, 2019

    tas t

    Love camping here. Every Halloween they have events. Great place for the kids!

  2. 5
    Rooah! Administrator Jul 18, 2019

    Alexis Aults

    My family and I loved it here! The cabin was perfect. The waterpark was fairly inexpensive given how big it is. The staff, lifeguards, and office staff were all awesome. Thanks for making our mini getaway the best ever!

  3. 5
    Rooah! Administrator Apr 02, 2019

    Rachel Ibers

    The latest in my attempt to try all the DE State Park Camp Grounds, Killens Pond last weekend was great! I went early in the season, and alone (with my dog) so I didn't have the opportunity to go in the nature center, there was no boat rental, etc, but the views are AMAZING. The campground is well laid out, where I was in the community but also we weren't on top of each other or too close. Trails were well maintained, there were some good loops and overlaps that meant we could hike all day.

  4. 5
    Rooah! Administrator Jun 29, 2018

    Keith Adams

    We are novice campers/park reviewers, but we brought our family to stay in their cabins. Had a great time! The cabin was nice, clean, even had air conditioning. Porch screening was in need of repair but we still enjoyed the porch. Nice fire pit and grill. Zero receiption for me using Verizon wireless. Kids loved the cabin, the oark, open grass fields to play in. We also enjoyed the waterpark.
    Staff was very friendly and helpful. Park was clean and we'll maintained.
    We will definitely come back!

  5. 4
    Rooah! Administrator Jun 02, 2018

    A m

    Beautiful area with plently of trails, a bridge with pond area as well as a children's playground area. I always take my dog to walk on the trails for exercise (for both of us)...its always a quiet trek through the woods with beautiful scenery and a great experience but on our last visit 2 weeks ago (mid May) when we got home I noticed a eraser size tick on my dogs back, then another on his chest...so I took him outback at home and went over him with a pair of tweezers and picked 38 ticks off of him, most of them around his paws/toes with them being no bigger then a pinhead so he must have walked into a ticks nest during our 1hr and half walk...some were bigger eraser sized ticks and easier to pick off of him but the tiny ones were more difficult to remove. Took 3 hrs to pick all of them off and two baths later he was good and he is on flea/tick medication as well, I had no ticks on me though. I would suggest if walking your dog there or even for yourself to be aware of ticks, the ticks my dog got on him were Deer Ticks, a carrier of Lyme disease and I was just shocked at the number of ticks I pulled off of him on a 1hr and half walk. Other then this it's a great place for walks, just make sure to check for ticks on yourself, your kids and pets.

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