Delabar State Park is an 89-acre park along the Mississippi River. A large portion of it is forested with sturdy oaks, birch and hickory trees. The park has 2 miles of trails that offer enjoyment for hikers and wildlife observers. Squirrel, rabbit, raccoon, deer, groundhog, and more than 50 species of birds can be found within the park. Fifty tent and trailer campsites offer electrical hookups. A dump station and water filling station is also available. A boat ramp on the south end provides access to the Mississippi and anglers can catch channel cat, bass, blue gill, crappie and more.