From the bloggers at Watson Wander.
Our timing has been off for optimum fall foliage viewing this year. We left Vermont just as the leaves were starting to turn, saw only a bit of color on the Cape and in Rhode Island, and then by the time we got to Connecticut it was more like winter than fall. So as you can imagine, we were thrilled to find fall in full-on frenzy mode upon arrival in Delaware.
We first discovered Lums Pond State Park last summer when searching for a place to stay while visiting Tim’s sister and family. Located only 20-30 minutes from their house (as with everything in this part of the country, traffic dictates how fast you can get anywhere), close to a decent grocery store, and surrounded by acres of woods, fields and a scenic pond, this sweet little park makes a perfect home base for our Delaware visits.
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