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Tidal Water Fishing and Boating Access Areas

 


 

Area/Location Number of Ramps Number of Piers Parking Capacity


7th Street Park (Wilmington) - Christina River ***


1

1


20

Newport Boat Ramp - Christina River

2 None 51

Churchmans Road - Christina River

1
None 20

Fort DuPont - Delaware River

3 *

None

100
Canal Wildlife Area - C&D Canal None 8 Along Road

Augustine Beach - Delaware River

2

1

100
Odessa - Appoquinimink Creek 1 None 2

Collins Beach - Delaware Bay

3

1

120

Woodland Beach - Delaware Bay

1

1 *

50
Woodland Beach - Duck Creek - DE Bay 2 None 30
Port Mahon - Delaware Bay 3 1 75
Water Street (Dover) - St. Jones River Car Top None As Available
Lebanon Landing - St. Jones River 1 1 7

Scotton Landing - St. Jones River

1

1

10

Bowers Beach - Delaware Bay

5

None

200

Cedar Creek - Delaware Bay

8

None

150
Front Street (Milford) - Mispillion River 1 1 10

Milton - Broadkill River

1

2

20

Lewes - Delaware Bay

6

None

128

Masseys Landing - Indian River & Rehoboth Bay

4

1

100

Rosedale Beach - Indian River

2

1

30

Seaford Boat Ramp - Nanticoke River

4

1

93

Phillips Landing - Nanticoke River & Broad Creek

3

None

50
Edward R. Kock - Broad Creek ** None None 10

Laurel (below Records Pond) - Broad Creek

1

1

17

Assawoman Wildlife Area - Little Assawoman Bay

2

2

20

Masseys Landing Indian River/Rehoboth Bay

4 *

1 *

110
Cape Henlopen Fishing Pier - # None 1 75
Indian River Marina - # 2 None 40
Indian River Inlet - # None Along Inlet 200
Holts Landing - Indian River Bay - # 1 1 25

* Barrier Free With Assistance.
** Bank Fishing Only.
*** Annual $ 35.00 City of Wilmington Permit Required to Use Facility.
# - A daily or seasonal fee may be required at areas administered by the Division of Parks and Recreation.
NOTE: A saltwater fishing license is now required in Delaware for all anglers 16 years and older.
 
All motorboats launched from tidal access areas administered by the Division of Fish & Wildlife must be registered in Delaware or have a valid ramp certificate. Ramp certificates cost $35.00 and are available from the Division of Fish & Wildlife or its authorized agents (Any boat without a motor is exempt.)
 

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