12 DAYS OF XMAS - DAY 11 Delaware WildOn the 11th Day of Christmas, my Happening true love gave to me – Wild Delaware!  Discover Delaware on the wild side. Join the movement and give them the wild of everything Delaware has to offer outdoors. Delaware State Parks Annual Pass and Delaware Nature Society Membership make the perfect gift for your family, friends, co-workers and clients. Two gifts that give back all year long.


Delaware State Park Pass2014 Delaware State Parks Annual Pass

$27 for Delaware Registered Vehicles

The Delaware State Park annual pass sticker allows your vehicle and its occupants unlimited year-round entry to 14 Delaware State Parks without having to stop to pay the daily entrance fees! Experience  Bellevue State Park, Lums Pond State Park, Killens Pond State Park, Trap Pond State Park, White Clay Creek State Park, Brandywine Creek State Park, Fox Point State Park, Wilmington State Park, Alapocas Run State ParkFort DuPont State Park, Port Penn Interpretive Center, Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware Seashore State Park, Fenwick Island State Park, Holts Landing State Park, Exceptions are the Brandywine Zoo at Wilmington State Parks and the ferry to Fort Delaware State Park where additional fees may be required. At Fenwick State Line Beach, the annual pass grants free entry, but a parking fee is charged. The pass is enforced from March 1 through November 30 of each year. Special reduced pass rates for Military and Seniors.  Annual passes may be purchased at any park office, pass agent or at DNREC’s Richardson and Robbins building in Dover at 89 Kings Highway.

For online shoppers, purchase via destateparks.com/annual-pass.  More information is available by calling 302-739-9220, or go to destateparks.com/annual-pass.


Delaware Nature Society MembershipDelaware Nature Society Membership

$40 Individual 18+ Membership

DNS, headquartered at Ashland Nature Center, owns or manages more than 2,000 acresDayett Mills in Newark and historic Buena Vista in New Castle. Unlike many nature centers with environmental education programs only, the Delaware Nature Society also has Natural Resource Conservation and Advocacy components. In addition, it is the Delaware affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), offering input on national issues that concern citizens in our region.  Our nature centers and preserves serve as regional hubs for environmental activities in every season. Individuals, school students, teachers and community groups increase their awareness of the natural world through our programs.
For online shoppers, purchase via www.delawarenaturesociety.org.  More information is available by calling 302-739-9220.