Delaware Seashore State Park is a coastal park along the outer banks, near the Indian River Inlet. There is quit a bit of bridge construction going on, but I get the feeling they are wrapping up. I stayed in a tent at the campground, which is within walking distance (under the bridge) from a pristine beach. The real show begins at twilight, and the park is situated so as the be able to see either a sunset or sunrise over a large body of water. This is a great state park, but I suspect during the summer months it is crowded and bursting with tourists.
It seems most of the campground was filled with people there to fish. The jetty was filled with people fishing day and night. To the right in this picture, and under the bridge, is the Atlantic. Below is a march and bird habitat behind the campground.
A boat on the Indian River Inlet at twilight and some campers (below) with the view of the above scene.
Although it may be the time of year (mid May), the beaches were virtually deserted on a Sunday morning, so the kids combed the beach and flew a kite.