12 – 3 pm
“Go Green Day” participants include Wilmington Trails Club, Delaware Solid Waste Authority, AmeriCorps, Delaware Greenways, The Delaware Invasive Species Council, Delaware Ride Share, Brandywine Zoo’s Traveling Zoo, Friends of Wilmington Parks, Delaware Bicycle Council, Master Gardeners, Archeological Society of Delaware, and local folk artists.
parking fees are in effect March 1 – Nov 30th. $3.00 for in-state vehicles
$6.00 for out-of-state vehicles. Vehicles displaying a current Delaware State Parks annual permit are exempt from daily parking fees.
More about Alapocas Run State Park:
The Blue Ball Barn is the center piece of Alapocas Run State Park. This historic dairy barn, reconstructed and adapted for modern day use, is now a conference center with galleries. It is home to the Delaware Folk Art Collection and historical exhibits. The Northern Delaware Greenway Trail runs through the park and features wonderful views of the Alapocas Woods Natural Area, natural rock walls of Delaware blue rock, the Brandywine River and the historic Bancroft Mills. Other Park features include the Can Do Playground and ruins of the Weldin Plantation. Multi-use athletic fields and picnic areas are also planned. Alapocas Run State Park hours are 8am - sunset, year round. The Blue Ball Barn is open to the public 9am - 4pm, 7-days a week.