Lums Pond State Park is nestled in an oak and poplar woodland and surrounds Delaware's largest freshwater millpond. As one of the First State's most diversified parks, recreational opportunities can be found in every corner of this popular spot, making it a perfect day trip or a fun family camping destination
Before the Pond existed, St. Georges Creek flowed through the hardwood forest and was the site of several Native American hunting camps. This area was first used as a State Park in 1963.
Hiking, Fishing, Biking, Kayaking, Ball Fields, Cross-Country Skiing, Camping, Disc Golf Course, Horseback Riding Lessons and Trail Rides, Official Campground for the University of Delaware
Equestrian Campsites, Over 10 Miles of Trails, Go Ape! Zip line Treetop Adventure Course, Sunset Stables Equestrian Center, Nature Center, Camp Store, Boat Rentals, Boat Launch Ramp and Two Piers
University of Delaware, Fort Delaware State Park and Pea Patch Island, Historic New Castle, White Clay Creek State Park, Go Ape! Zip line Adventure Course, Summit North Marina