Friday October 4th and Saturday October 5th are this year's Fall edition of Club Day at Eastern Mountain Sports stores. Members of the Sierra Club and other outdoor groups get great discounts on cool outdoor gear and outdoor/conservation groups get to have a display table at the front of the store! For the 4th time our chapter will have a table at the local EMS store located at 1297 Churchmans Road Newark, DE 19713.
Join one of our upcoming Outings
Now that the weather is getting nice, check out outdoor activities at Delaware State Parks!
Eastern Mountain Sports is having their annual Club Day event July 12-13. The Delaware Sierra Club will have a table inside the Newark EMS location (1297 Churchmans Rd. Newark, DE 19713). Sierra Club members and members of other outdoor-related groups are invited to enjoy exclusive discounts on high quality camping, hiking, biking, paddling and other outdoor gear. The invitation is below:
To our valued outdoor club members,
We will join University of Delaware Students for the Environment and Delaware Environmental Institute for a clean up around Newark to keep litter from polluting our local waterways. November 8th is the day after University of Delaware's Homecoming celebrations, so we expect no shortage of litter to clean up--we need everyone!
When: Sunday, November 8th at 9:30am
Join us for a fun apple picking outing at Milburn Orchards on Sunday, October 25th!
Please join the Delaware Sierra Club for the first outing of our newly revamped Outings Program!
Leave from Newark Natural Foods to hike the Pomeroy Trail, then connect to the Mason-Dixon trail through White Clay Creek State Park. Rest at and visit the park's Nature Center before the return hike back to the co-op. The hike is approx. 8.8 miles.
*This activity is sponsored by Newark Natural Foods and is not an official Sierra Club Activity.
Sunday, September 7, 2014,
Meet at 9:00 am at the Smith Mill Road parking lot off of Paper Mill Road.
This moderate 2.1 trail will cross meadow and pass through a mature hardwood forest of maple, oak, and poplar over a packed earth surface. On the outer loop, we will traverse an area of reforestation and witness early forest succession. We will take the Post Mark Trail cut-off to see the "Post Marked West" monument marking the location where the famous survey team started the well-known Mason-Dixon Line that runs for more than 200 miles due west from this point.
Sierra Club Outings
- Delaware Birding Trail
- Delaware State Parks
- Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge
- Ponders Tract Trail System
- Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
- Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge
- Wilmington Trail Club
Paddling in Delaware