Bird watchers revel in Kiptopeke State Park's natural bird sanctuary, which tracks migration patterns along the Atlantic Coast. Boat aficionados can take advantage of the park's pier which provides both boating and fishing opportunities for those seeking a little recreational downtime.
Picnic areas are available on site. Why not enjoy a light lunch after a round of exploring the park's over 5.1 miles of trails ideally suited for biking and hiking? For those craving a little water play, Kiptopeke State Park is home to a beach conducive to swimming. There is also a bathhouse and playground on the premises.
Pets are permitted in all of the on-site accommodations for an additional fee of $10 per dog, per night, plus all applicable taxes. Admission into this state park is $5 per vehicle. There is an additional fee for parking as well as for anyone using the boat launch area. While dogs are welcomed at this park, it is unknown if they are required to remain on a lead. To ensure your pet's safety, it is best to keep your dog leashed during walks on the trails but is likely fine to allow your dog to enjoy an off-leash dip in the lake.
It is unknown if poop bags are provided on-site; however, dog owners are required to carry their own to allow for easy pickup and disposal of canine waste materials. Since it is unknown if water is provided to help keep Fido well-hydrated, it is best for owners to carry a bottle of it with them as well as an appropriate drinking vessel. Though there are no posted regulations governing the use of this space, it is recommended that all dogs be current on vaccinations. Also, it is wise for your dog to bear the appropriate required state license tag.
For an outdoor adventure, you'll never forget, plan a trip to Kiptopeke State Park!