Two Delaware State Park facilities set to close
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control on Monday announced the closure of two State Parks through May.
The Division of Parks and Recreation, which manages Delaware State Parks, will close a portion of the Cape Henlopen fishing pier. The 20-foot segment sustained ice damage over the winter, and engineers determined it must be closed.
The boat ramp and nearby parking lot at Holts Landing State Park will also close for renovations later in April. Construction will add 36 new boat trailer parking spaces and make other improvements.
The closures will begin within the next week and last until late May, according to the Division.