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Newark Reservoir, Newark
(4.5/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
The Newark Reservoir is located just north of downtown Newark, Delaware. Completed in 2006 the newly constructed Newark Reservoir has a 1.8mi paved walking trail. (1.1 miles of the trail is the perimeter.) The site is connected to William M. Redd, Jr. Park to the north and has a wonderful view of the City and surrounding areas.The 318-million gallon reservoir off Paper Mill Road is the first major water facility constructed in Delaware in 74 years. The system pumps water from the White Clay Creek into a basin that encompasses 40acre. The last reservoir to be constructed in the state previous to the Newark Reservoir was the Hoopes Reservoir in Wilmington.
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  • The reservoir itself isn't anything spectacular. But if you turn your back to it, it does allow for a gorgeous view over the Newark area. We were there in the evening, so the sunset was pretty and we ...  more »
  • Conveniently located near other small parks. 1.1 mile paved trail around the perimeter of the reservoir. Sunsets are something to see during an evening walk. 
  • Go early and you'll usually get a wildlife treat. Fox, deer, bald eagles, great blue herons, egrets, snakes. I do hope they get the playground built soon. That would make a great public park even bett...  more »