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#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark
White Clay has a wide variety of activities to choose from Frisbee golf, picnicking, great running and hiking trails, concerts in the park during the summer as well as other special events.
Aside from The newark Country Club and Rittenhouse Park, Newark is blessed with a number of rural surroundings within a stones through: One of the largest is White Clay Creek State Park.
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark
In addition to the Friday evening (3-7pm; May-October) farmers market, path and playground they also have tennis courts, basketball courts, a skate park, dog parks, a hiking trail through the forest, a sledding hi...
This community hot-spot is a beautiful area where we gather to walk the track and nature trails, scale the big hill, play tennis, visit the weekly Farmers' Market, and picnic.
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark
Lots of runners, dog walkers, and nature lovers frequent this spot.
Tucked back off of Paper Mill is this really nice large park set up around the Newark Resevoir.
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark
The Museum is a treasure and highly recommended for those interested in the archaeological aspects of this area, and the Park is lovely....Amazingly so, it is only a mile off of I-95...You should stop.
I highly recommend it to all nature lovers.
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#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark
This park is great because it's connected to great walking trails in Newark.
#8 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark
Carousel Park & Equestrian Center Wilmington 5.7 mi away
#12 of 19 Nature & Parks in Wilmington
Hubby and I are always looking for new places to hike and explore with our golden retriever Riley so when I saw a friend post photos on Facebook of this park we decided on an impromptu road trip.
The park offers off-leash open fields with plenty of space to bound about.
Lums Pond State Park Bear 7.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Bear
So, if you are driving on I-95, and you want to take a break and walk some amazing trails through a truly outstanding state park, then Lums Pond is well worth the stop.
Long walking trail, a pond, picnic pavilions, nature center, zip line course, tennis courts, basketball courts and a camp ground and equestrian center.
Cow Pond Elkton, MD 5.7 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Elkton
This park is beautiful serene especially this time of year October November when all the leaves are changing I took off for the kids and went to feed the geese and they all loved it you can see Fish I've seen peop...
#9 of 9 Nature & Parks in Newark