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Delaware's first two nature preserves are located within Brandywine Creek State Park: Tulip Tree Woods, a majestic stand of 190-year-old tulip poplar, and Freshwater Marsh.

An extensive meadow management program, active bluebird population program, and variety of habitats make Brandywine Creek State Park an outstanding place to see wildflowers, songbirds, deer, and other flora and fauna.

The park maintains 14 miles of hiking trails for fitness, wildlife observation, and photography.

Brandywine Creek State Park is located three miles north of Wilmington at the intersection of Delaware Routes 100 and 92.

Location: PO Box 3782, Wilmington Delaware 19807 Telephone 302-577-3534

Other Delaware State Parks nearby:
(Wilmington) Bellevue State Park
(Wilmington) Brandy Wine Creek State Park
(Delaware City) Fort Delaware State Park
(Wilmington) Fox Point State Park
(Bear) Lums Pond State Park
(Wilmington) Wilmington State Park

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