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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)


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)


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


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


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)


This frog and snake was constructed by Ms.


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)


The new waterslides at Killens Pond Water Park.


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)