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2018 NTC Picnic

Event Info

 

 

The Delaware State Troopers Association will be hosting the 2018 National Troopers Coalition Picnic at Delaware Seashore State Park (Tower Beach) In Dewey Beach on Thursday, September 13, 2018. Gates will open at 10:00 am and will go until 6:00 pm.

Click here to download the flyer and registration form.

When

September 13th, 2018
10AM – 6PM

Where

Delaware Seashore State Park
1301 Coastal Highway
Dewey Beach, DE 19971

Food

Bethany Blues Barbecue – Pulled Pork, Brisket, Hamburgers/Hot Dogs

Delaware Blue Crabs

Delaware Provision Company – Kielbasa & Sauerkraut Sandwiches, Sausage, Peppers & Onion Sandwiches, Pierogies

Grotto’s Pizza – Cheese Pizza, Pepperoni Pizza

Refreshments

NKS Distributors – Budweiser, Stella Artois, Landshark Lager, other popular beers

16 Mile Brewery a Delaware Microbrewery will feature several of their delicious brews

Assorted Sodas & Water

Organizer

Delaware State Troopers Association
302.736.9958
DSTA1969@comcast.net

Tickets

Tickets will only be sold to active and retired members of any State Police or Highway Patrol agency. Credentials will be checked prior to entry into the event. Registration is available online on the DSTA website delawaretroopers.org or by mailing ticket order form with payment to the DSTA Office.

Out of State Troopers: Registration with T-shirt $95 Registration without T-shirt $90
All Tickets After July 3 f $95 (T-Shirts sold separately at the Picnic)
Day of Tickets $ 110

Lodging

The designated hotel for the 2018 NTC Picnic is the Hyatt in Dewey Beach, which will be used exclusively for Troopers for September 12 and 13. For a reduced rate, mention you are attending the 2018 NTC Picnic. The DSTA will be running shuttles to and from the Hyatt, in Dewey Beach, to the event and back throughout the day.

Hyatt
1301 Coastal Highway
Dewey Beach, DE 19971
302.864.9100
deweybeach.place.hyatt.com

Camping/RV

Camping/RV sites available at State Parks near the event

Cape Henlopen State Park
15099 Cape Henlopen Drive
Lewes, DE 19958
302.645.8983

Delaware Seashore State Park
39415 Inlet Road
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
302.539.7302

For information on Beach House rentals, contact Theresa Embrey at Jack Lingo Realtor – 302.226.6407 or theresa@jacklingo.com.

One of the state’s most popular destinations

The park offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and Rehoboth and Indian River Bays to the west. Set up camp beside the iconic Indian River Inlet Bridge, only a short walk from the beach. Grab a delicious bite to eat with an amazing view at our 2 on-site restaurants: Hammerheads and The Big Chill Beach Club. The Indian River Marina is a full-service marina offering charter boat experiences and excellent fishing opportunities.

Nearby Attractions:
Indian River Marina, tax-free shopping, Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum and Gift Shop, Fenwick Island State Park, Holts Landing State Park

Delaware Seashore State Park

When it comes to fun on the water, this is one Delaware destination that has it all. On its eastern side, Delaware Seashore State Park has 6 miles of ocean coastline and dunes, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, fishing or just chilling out. Right across the Coastal Highway to the west, the park faces Rehoboth Bay and Indian River Bay, both beloved by boaters and both great spots for all types of watersports, from paddleboarding to jet-skiing to water-skiing.

On the ocean side of the 2,825-acre park, the two guarded swimming areas feature modern bathhouses with showers, changing rooms, snacks and beach-gear rental. Anglers love the park for its drive-on surf-fishing beaches (permit required), and also find plenty of good catches along the banks of the Indian River Inlet. The park’s Indian River Marina offers many services for boaters.

Just north of the Indian River Inlet on the ocean side, the park has one of the few designated areas in the state for surfing. On the bayside, windsurfing and sailing (as well as crabbing and clamming) are popular pursuits.

Away from the water, the action continues: Two picnic pavilions are available for family cookouts, and special programs, such as bay seining and marsh hikes, are held throughout the summer. In July, be sure to check out the popular Sandcastle Contest, where amateur contestants work their artful skills in sand.

There’s so much to do at Delaware Seashore State Park that many visitors choose to stay throughout their trip, settling in at the recently updated camping areas near the Inlet, or reserving one of the Cottages at Indian River Marina, located on the north shore of the Indian River Inlet.

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