$25 reflects shoulder season weekday non resident rate. We have been in this CG many many times, always in loop D though all are much the same. Don't come here looking for a satelite signal. Every loop is heavily treed. All loops are circular making all of the backins very easy to get into with even the largest of 5ers. The bathroom building is located between loops C & D. No, it is not anywhere near as far as the previous poster has suggested, even from the furthest site in loop A. No FHUs & the dump is a little tricky for a large towable but easy enough for anything else.
One point lost by my rating method for being a little pricey for a SP for W&E & being charged extra for being non resident always gets the hackels up a little. - Veebyes
Nice park, but park is not handicap friendly. No parking at bath house area. About a half mile from my site to bath house, told I would be ticketed if I parked in that area. Have never been in a State park that was not handicap friendly. Park is laid well set up and is very clean. Will not be back again as I am not physically able to walk near that far. We camped in a fifth wheel. - kick
Killens Ponds State Pond State Park, Felton, DE. This park is situated around a picturesque millpond and is open year round. There were only four campers there when we arrived, but it has electric hookups, frost free water spigots throughout the park, and a huge bathhouse with showers which is nice when you are still in the winter season and below freezing. We could see the pond from our site. This park has a lot to offer especially in the warmer weather – fields, biking trails, store, canoeing, Frisbee golf, horseshoes, nature program, interpretive center, pond fishing, volleyball courts, walking trails, and a water park. Sites are on gravel in the woods. It was very quiet when we arrived but hundreds of birds were flying overhead – migrating. Maybe because of the northeasterner or the other storm coming up from the south the birds were very confused where to ride out the two storms. DE just increased their fees for camping so the out of state fee with hookups was $30, but they do have a senior discount. Nice park, and if you're looking for a one night or more stopover with electric it’s a great place to stay especially in the winter. If you check in after the rangers are gone you drive to the campground and pick up a registration form at the check-in or store and fill it out and place in the holder (they don’t accept credit cards or checks though) – take a map and then drive and find a site. - gsnakehill