DOVER, Del. (AP)- Outdoors enthusiasts in Delaware can get back to the great outdoors now that superstorm Sandy is gone.
State officials planned to reopen day use areas at most Delaware State Parks on Wednesday for normal operations.
Exceptions include the Brandywine Zoo, Cape Henlopen State Park and Delaware Seashore State Park, which remain closed for cleanup and damage assessments.
Officials say campsites, cabins and yurts at Lums Pond and Trap Pond State Parks will reopen Wednesday, and that Killens Pond State Park campsites and cabins will reopen Thursday. Campsites, cabins and cottages at Delaware Seashore and Cape Henlopen State Parks in Sussex County remain closed.
State wildlife areas also were to reopen Wednesday for duck hunting and recreational activities, except for Assawoman in Sussex County.