Explore Delaware state parks for just $10 per year! If you’re low-income, you can qualify for Delaware’s Annual Pass Assistance Program. The $10 pass is displayed in your windshield and grants unlimited park access for one vehicle and up to six occupants.
Delaware state parks include:
- Alapocas Run State Park (Urban)
- Bellevue State Park (Historical)
- Brandywine Creek State Park (Scenic)
- Brandywine Zoo
- Cape Henlopen State Park (Beaches)
- Delaware Seashore State Park (Beaches)
- Fenwick Island State Park (Beaches)
- Fort Delaware State Park (Historical)
- Fort DuPont State Park (Historical)
- Fox Point State Park (Scenic)
- Holts Landing State Park (Beaches)
- Killens Pond State Park (Freshwater)
- Lums Pond State Park (Freshwater)
- Port Penn Interpretive Center (Historical)
- Trap Pond State Park (Freshwater)
- White Clay Creek State Park (Scenic)
- Wilmington State Park (Urban)
The pass only covers park entrance fees. It is not valid for anything else. I called the parks and recreation office to verify this because I was hoping the pass could be used to get into the water park by Killens Pond. Unfortunately, I was told that the pass cannot be used to get into Brandywine Zoo, Fort Delaware State Park, the water park at Killens Pond, or State Line Beach. It can only be used for park entrance fees. This is still a very good deal!
You can qualify for the discounted Delaware State Parks pass by providing proof that you are currently participating in any of the following assistance programs:
- Public assistance
- General assistance
- Supplemental Social Security Income
- Food Stamps (EBT)
- Child Care Assistance Program
You will need to bring valid photo ID and your “Notice to Continue” to a Delaware state parks office to receive your discounted pass.
Where will YOU go with this pass? Let us know in the comments!