DELAWARE BAY AND ATLANTIC OCEAN

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The Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean fishing area in New Jersey is known for its variety of fish species, including striped bass, bluefish, fluke, sea bass, and tuna. Nearby activities include beach-going, bird watching, and exploring the nearby historic towns. Fishing tips include using live bait and fishing around structures such as rock piles and wrecks for the best chance of catching a variety of fish. The best time of year to visit is May through September, with an average temperature of 75-85 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Nearby Camping & Amenities

Camping Area Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Delaware Seashore State Park 330 3 ft
Soroptimist Park 20 13 ft
Birch Grove 45 23 ft
Cape Henlopen State Park 155 3 ft
Trap Pond State Park 140 36 ft
Dover AFB Military Numerous 25 ft
Parvin State Park 55 72 ft
Bass River State Forest 175 19 ft
Belleplain State Forest 170 32 ft

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Elk Neck State Forest


Elk Neck State Forest is a 3,571-acre park located in the northeastern part of Maryland. There are several reasons to visit this park, including hiking, swimming, fishing, and camping. The park is also home to several points of interest, including Turkey Point Lighthouse, which offers stunning views of the Chesapeake Bay, and the Elk River, which is a popular spot for boating and fishing. In addition to its natural beauty, Elk Neck State Forest also has a rich history. The park was once home to the Susquehannock Indians and later became a major shipping port during the colonial era. Today, ...