The Wilmington State Parks are comprised of five lush, urban parks along the Brandywine Creek in Delaware. Each has its own rich history and unique character.
Brandywine Park winds alongside the Brandywine Creek in the heart of the city.
Rockford Park in Wilmington’s Highlands neighborhood has one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city, the Rockford Tower.
Kentmere Parkway is a half-mile long green parkway connecting Brandywine and Rockford Parks.
Alapocas Run Park between Augustine Cutoff and Route 141 encompasses 145 acres of woodland used by hikers, joggers and cyclists.
H. Fletcher Brown Park is the smallest of the parks and located downstream from Brandywine Park.