Find recreation, history, education, and sports and community events right in the heart of Wilmington. These parks are the perfect place to relax, hike, picnic, or just enjoy the beauty of the Brandywine River.
While certain portions of Wilmington State Parks are owned by the City of Wilmington, Delaware State Park rules and regulations apply to all areas.
The park is home to the Brandywine Zoo and to Baynard Stadium. The Sugar Bowl, constructed in 1902 and recently restored thanks to efforts by Friends of Wilmington Parks, is a popular summer concert venue. Brandywine Park was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Located on North Park Drive
The 100-year-old Rockford Tower is the centerpiece of this park. The historic stone water tower is located amid rolling hills and vistas offering beautiful views of the city.
Located at 1021 West 18th Street
Meet a friend, eat lunch or stroll through this intimate park adjacent to Brandywine Park. An overlook provides scenic views of the Brandywine River and the historic millrace that provides much of Wilmington's water supply.
Located at the corner of South Park Drive and N. King St.
There are currently no programs scheduled at this location
Photo of "The Apprentice" at H. Fletcher Brown park by Ethelred unraed [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons