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Holts Landing State Park, Millville

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Holts Landing State Park is a 203-acre (82 ha) Delaware state park northwest of Bethany Beach, Sussex County, Delaware, USA. Prior to becoming a state park the land of Holts Landing State Park was the Holt family farm. The Holts sold the land to the state of Delaware in 1957 and Holts Landing State Park was opened to the public in 1965. The park is on the southern shore of Indian River Bay. Holts Landing State Park is open for year-round recreation and features the only pier on the east coast of Delaware that has been purpose-built for crabbing, the recreational harvesting of blue crabs.
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  • We really loved this state park, has something for everyone... beautiful views of Indian River with the inlet bridge in the distance, a fishing pier, boat ramp, picnic areas, playgrounds, and... 
    We really loved this state park, has something for everyone... beautiful views of Indian River with the inlet bridge in the distance, a fishing pier, boat ramp, picnic areas, playgrounds, and...  more »
  • We enjoy going here periodically. It is wheelchair accessible. There is a toilet house that generally is clean. There is areas for a picnic and boat ramp. There is a fee to enter park. 
    We enjoy going here periodically. It is wheelchair accessible. There is a toilet house that generally is clean. There is areas for a picnic and boat ramp. There is a fee to enter park.  more »
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  • Nice easy trail - cool scenery- would have been a 5 star if there was more people cleaning up after their dogs
  • This is my first time here. I really love this park. The trail is so beautiful and peaceful. The view of the water is also relaxing. The trail I took was 1.72 miles, much longer than I thought. My girls did well!! It's $8 for put of state and $5 for in state visitors. There is a pay machine at one end of the parking lot by the canoe launch. I came in Oct and not sure if other people paid, but I before park entrance fee applies to all year round.

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