Off The Beaten Path | Delaware
Beautiful Delaware, the First State, is a fantastic camping destination. With beautiful scenery combined with delightful towns and attractions. Delaware is filled with excellent off the beaten path destinations for all visitors.
Bethany Beach is a beautiful resort destination in Delaware. Throughout the summer the town and its resorts are filled with fun summer activities, including, beautiful resorts, sandy beaches and more. In addition, the nearby state park, Delaware Seashore State Park, on a barrier island is an excellent beach and park attraction. Bethany Beach also has a fun beach boardwalk, which is a great way to enjoy the sandy beaches and beautiful waters off the coast.
Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway
The twelve miles of the Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway pass through some of the most beautiful and historic parts of Delaware. Starting in Wilmington, the byway passes through some of Delaware's historic sites. The Byway takes visitors to many of the important sites of the Du Pont Legacy, and more.
Cape Henlopen State Park
This Delaware park's beaches are a fabulous destination for all travelers. During the summer the beaches are great for swimming and enjoying the water. Cape Henlopen State Park also has excellent biking, hiking and more to entertain visitors. Trails in this park travel through the pinelands and the seaside.
Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village
Visitors to Dover will have a great time exploring the exhibits at this museum. The museum recreates a rural village in 1800's Delaware. Visitors to the museum will have the opportunity to learn about rural life in Delaware, as well as the technological advances made in agriculture during that time period.
Delaware History Museum
Located in Wilmington, this museum is a great destination to learn more about the history of the First State. The Delaware History Museum has three galleries with fascinating interactive exhibits. With changing exhibits and many different artifacts showing what historic Delaware life was like.
Right on the Pennsylvania border, the Longwood Gardens is one part of the Du Pont legacy. The land was purchased to save the trees. Today the gardens cover over 1000 acres and have thousands of species of plants. Within the indoor and outdoor gardens there are flowers, trees, beautiful architecture, fountains and more.
Visitors to Wilmington will have a great time exploring the boutiques and shops within the city. In addition to the shopping and dining found in Wilmington, there is also plenty of live entertainment to enjoy as well. Wilmington offers year round entertainment, shopping, dining and more along the beautiful riverfront.