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One of Delaware?s state parks, the Killens Pond State Park located in Kent County is open to tourists throughout the year. It was opened in 1965 to visitors after it was utilized as a millpond and hunting camp by Native Americans during the last years of the 18th century. The Murderkill River got its name after the Indian residents killed some Dutch colonizers in 1648.

Surrounding the 66-acre Killens Pond and Murderkill River, the state park is the perfect spot for outdoor recreational activities such as fishing, boating, picnicking, biking, cross-country skiing or running, and trail hiking. It is complete with tourist facilities which include camping grounds, a nature center, playing courts, ball fields, a disc golf course and a summer water park.
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