Cape Henlopen's beaches attract thousands of visitors who enjoy ocean swimming and sunbathing. A picnic pavilion and the "Officer's Club" building can both be reserved for group events. An 18-hole disc golf course encourages friendly competition, and basketball courts promote more active exercise. Experience the park’s scenic and ever-changing landscape and get a lesson in history along the three-mile-long paved trail that loops the park. Cape Henlopen has many year-round hiking and biking opportunities. Experience the park’s scenic and ever-changing landscape — and get a lesson in history — along the three-mile-long paved trail that loops the park. Take a trail break and climb to the top of the World War II Observation Tower, where the 360-degree views are spectacular. For those interested in fishing, a quarter-mile-long pier provides convenient access to the Delaware Bay. With so many activities available, visitors may choose to stay a few days at the family campground. Pine-covered dunes are the setting for over 150 spacious sites, most with a water hookup. Organized youth groups may camp in a designated primitive area, or arrange to stay in one of the dormitory buildings near the bay shore.