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Delaware does not have any natural lakes, but the coastal state does have wetlands, rivers and estuaries, a large percentage of which are in Sussex County. Like other areas, the water in Sussex County has been changed by the people who settled there. Rivers were dammed, reservoirs formed, and swamps…
(Also known as Laurel Lake)
Although Records Pond at just over 90 acres, it is one of the larger lakes in Delaware. Delaware has no natural lakes, but the coastal state does have rivers, reservoirs, wetlands and estuaries, many of which are in Sussex County. Records Pond, along with its Sussex County neighbors Trap Pond and Mi…
Surrounded by bald cypress in the middle of one of the “First State’s” state parks, Trap Pond is a beautiful piece of Delaware wilderness. Part of one of the largest surviving wetlands in Delaware and Sussex County, Trap Pond has abundant wildlife and exceptional recreation opportunities. Trap Pond…