Delaware map collection
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About the map
In this map, you will find major rivers, bays, and lakes of Delaware. In general, the rivers and streams of Delaware flow into the Atlantic Ocean.
Delaware Bay is an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, partially forming the border for New Jersey. It also serves as an outlet for the Delaware River, which spans 5 states.
The largest lakes in Delaware include Lums Pond, Silver Lake, and Trap Pond. Other than Delaware Bay, both Rehoboth Bay and Little Assawoman Bay are broad inlets of the sea in Delaware. The Delaware River is the longest river in the state of Delaware.
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Delaware lakes, rivers, and bays
Lakes and bays
Little Assawoman Bay
Rivers, canals and streams
Chesapeake & Delaware Canal
St Jones River
Lakes, bays and ponds
Red Mill Pond
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