Delaware April 22, 2017
This Mouthwatering Ice Cream Trail In Delaware Is All You’ve Ever Dreamed Of And More
Delaware is full of creameries and ice cream parlors – in fact, it seems like there is a great place to grab a cone everywhere you look! Some of our First State frozen franchises are out of this world, and if you haven’t discovered them all, here’s a good start. Take this Delaware Road Trip to discover a Delaware Ice CreamTrail that will make all of your dreams come true.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
We'll start in Newark and end the day in Selbyville.
1. UDairy Creamery, Newark
UDairy makes the best ice cream sandwiches I've ever had (Sorry, Coolhaus, I still love you). Their s'mores one is my favorite, but their other creations are so worth trying. You can find the storefront at 535 S College Ave Newark, DE 19716.
2. Woodside Farm Creamery, Hockessin
Fresh-off-the-farm Ice Cream is easy to find in Delaware, if you know where to look! New Castle County has their own creamery at Woodside Farm, right in Hockessin. Visit them at 1310 Little Baltimore Rd
3. Caffe Gelato, Newark
Back down to Newark for some gelato this time, at the famous Caffe Gelato! Grab lunch while you're here, and load up on the cappucino-flavored gelato - it's the best in Delaware. Sit outside and watch the people walk by at 90 E Main St
Newark, DE 19711
4. Scoops, New Castle
Scoops is a family-friendly ice cream shop in New Castle! Order up a banana split for a truly indulgent treat. Scoops is located at 204 Christiana Rd
New Castle, Delaware
5. Cowgirl's Creamery at Emerson Farm, Middletown
Cowgirl Creamery at Emerson Farm is a small ice cream truck that parks out on a large dairy farm, and serves up some amazing, farm-fresh ice cream! Find the truck on the farm at 1035 Jamison Corner Rd
6. Vanderwende Farm Creamery, Bridgeville
At Vanderwende, you can eat ice cream that was made with the milk from the cows that you're watching while eating ice cream, and that's almost as cool as the fact that they serve up a ton of freshly made flavors. Moooove yourself on down to 4003 Seashore Hwy
7. The Frozen Farmer, Bridgeville
Frozen Farmer wins our "most scenic ice cream shop" award, if we had one. Enjoy this wide open farm and some delicious ice cream - I can't get enough of the mint chocolate chip! The Frozen Farmer can be found at 9843 Seashore Hwy
Bridgeville, DE 19933
8. Hopkins Farm Creamery, Lewes
This state is full of amazing dairy farms that make their own ice cream! If you're down at the beach, you can't miss Hopkins Farm, right in Lewes. 18186 Dairy Farm Rd
Lewes, DE 19958
9. The Royal Treat, Rehoboth Beach
Sometimes, you just want an ice cream float - and the Royal Treat is an old fashioned 'soda fountain' style ice cream parlor! They'll make your old-fashioned dreams come true. Visit at 4 Wilmington Ave
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
10. The Blue Scoop, Selbyville
The Blue Scoop serves up a ton of delicious treats, but their ice cream is second to none! Try a new flavor here or go with your favorite - you won't be disappointed either way. They're hard to miss with their bright yellow awning at 31225 Americana Pkwy Unit 5, Selbyville, Delaware
I swear, there’s always room for ice cream! I can’t get enough when it comes to sweets – which is why this was my favorite road trip to write up! Maybe next weekend, I’ll head out on the
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