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The Cape Henlopen State Park is located in Sussex County, Delaware and was declared a public land for the residents of Sussex and Lewes County, thanks to William Penn in 1682. The park is 2,102 hectares and was developed to be a multi-recreational area for surfing (beach at Herring Point), fishing, swimming, camping, and golf, biking, hiking and simply strolling or sunbathing on the beach. Hiking pathways and displays are placed all over the park to teach visitors about the natural wonders found within and surrounding Cape Henlopen. Aside from this, some bunkers from World War II are made available as picturesque overlooks, as well as restored observation towers where you can climb up and have a full view of Cape Henlopen.

The park has a fishing dock and camping grounds that operate 24 hours a day. Other parts of the park are open from 8 am to 4 pm.
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