Hello, fellow dog lovers!
March 30th is National Take a Walk in the Park Day, which means it's the perfect time to grab your furry friend and head out for a stroll in one of Delaware's many beautiful parks. Here at Little Landmines pet waste removal, we're always up for a good walk – especially if it means exploring some of the best parks in the state.
Here are a few of our favorites:
1. Brandywine Creek State Park
Located in Wilmington, Brandywine Creek State Park is a stunning 933-acre park that offers a little something for everyone. With over 14 miles of hiking trails, you and your furry friend can explore the rolling hills and lush forests at your own pace. Plus, the park has a designated off-leash area where your pup can run and play to their heart's content.
2. White Clay Creek State Park
Just a short drive from Newark, White Clay Creek State Park is a must-visit for any nature lover. The park boasts over 37 miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as several off-leash areas where your dog can stretch their legs. Plus, the park's stunning views of the White Clay Creek make for the perfect photo op.
3. Cape Henlopen State Park
If you're looking for a park that offers a little bit of everything, Cape Henlopen State Park is the place to be. Located in Lewes, this 5,193-acre park features a gorgeous beach, historic WWII-era bunkers, and over 17 miles of hiking and biking trails. Your pup will love running along the beach and chasing after the waves.
4. Bellevue State Park
Nestled in the heart of Wilmington, Bellevue State Park is a hidden gem that's perfect for a relaxing stroll. The park offers over 6 miles of hiking trails, as well as several off-leash areas where your dog can run and play. Plus, the park's picturesque pond makes for the perfect backdrop for a picnic or a game of frisbee.
5. Lum's Pond State Park
Located in Bear, Lum's Pond is Delaware's largest millpond! There are so many recreational opportunities to be found in every corner of this popular spot, making it a perfect day trip or a fun family camping destination. Besides camping, you can kayak, fish, play frisbee golf and more! There's even a zip-line course high up in the trees.
No matter which park you choose to explore on National Take a Walk in the Park Day, remember to bring plenty of water and clean up after your furry friend. And if you need a little extra help keeping your yard clean, don't hesitate to give us a call – we're always happy to lend a hand. Happy walking!
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