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Lums Pond State Park campground in Bear, renovated in 2016, has sites with paved pads and three-point hookups for RVs as well as tent sites and pondside yurt tents.

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A family tent campsite at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes includes paved pads with water and electric available for RVs. A limited number of paved sites are pull-through. (Submitted photos/DNREC)

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About 4,000 hearty souls are expected to dip their toes in the icy Atlantic Ocean Feb. 5 for the Lewes Polar Bear Plunge to benefit the Special Olympics. (Delaware State News file photo/Marc Clery)

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Cowboy Up Saloon in Dover will host the Delaware State Arm Wrestling Championships Saturday starting at 1 p.m. (Submitted photo)

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Fright Night co-organizer Terry Kauffman, right, helps David Erli with his costume

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David Bralley portrays a Warlock at Kent County Parks and Recreation’s Fright Night at Brecknock Park in Camden. (Delaware State News photos/Marc Clery)

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This frog and snake was constructed by Ms.

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Longtime Delaware sand carvers and Rehoboth Beach sandcastle contest participants, back row, Lynn Williams, left, of Ellendale and Eric Bollinger of Frankford; and, front row, Darrell O’Connor, left, of Wilmington and Dewey Beach, and Andrew West of Harrington.
The quartet spent a day carving for fun in early August in Rehoboth Beach. The castle was the combined work of Mr. Bollinger, Mr. O’Connor and Mr. West. (Submitted photos)

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The new waterslides at Killens Pond Water Park.

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State Sen. David Lawson, R-Marydel, takes the plunge on the 50 foot slide at newly rehabbed Killens Pond State Park Water Park on Wednesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)