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Towering pines and the northernmost bald cypress swamp are glorious sights sometimes overshadowed by the profusion of birdlife and spring blossoms.

Flat and easy to walk, this trail skirts 90-acre Trap Pond and its breathtaking woodland setting. It offers spectacular views of bald cypress "knees" and trees, plus opportunities to spot lilypads, turtles basking on logs, plus an occasional great blue heron or white-tailed deer.

Directions: From Laurel, DE, Travel State Route 24 east for 5 miles. Turn right onto County Route 449. Travel one mile to the park entrance. Trail begins by the park office.

Elevation: 5 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Easy

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Trap Pond State Park, Delaware

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