Ebright Azimuth – the highest point in Delaware! Ebright Road and Ramblewood Drive, Wilmington, DE
On a blustery “Spring” day, Mrs. South Jersey Trails and I spent our first day away from all three kids in nine months. So where did we go? On an epic venture to summit the highest point in Delaware – Ebright Azimuth.
We parked our car on Ramblewood Drive, out of the way of traffic on Ebright Road. From there, it was a grueling climb of zero elevation spaced out over dozens of feet to reach the historic sign designating the highest point of this state famous for its high peaks.
Delaware Bay Paddle – Cape Henlopen State Park, Lewes, Delaware Distance: 3.3 miles Type: Out and back Difficulty: 5 of 10 (darn tides)
Website – Cape Henlopen State Park
Terrain – Bay, then rougher waters of the ocean
Parking – Large lot in Cape Henlopen State Park (entrance fee)
Put ins – next to fishing pier – 38°47’11.27″N, 75° 6’9.13″W
Fort Delaware – Pea Patch Island – Fort Delaware State Park, , Delaware City, Delaware
Official Website – Fort Delaware State Park Ferry information – Forts Ferry Crossing
Directions – You can leave from the pier at Fort Mott State Park in Pennsville, NJ or from the dock at Fort Delaware State Park in Delaware City, Delaware.
Fort Mott State Park (New Jersey side) – 454 Fort Mott Road Pennsville, NJ 08070 Fort Dupot (Delaware Side) – 45 Clinton St, Delaware City, DE 19706
Tickets – Check Forts Ferry Crossing page for current rates. Can buy tickets at the pier in Delaware City (credit or cash) or on the ferry itself in [...]