Delaware March 03, 2018
Here Are 9 Of Delaware’s Tiniest Towns That Are Always Worth A Visit
Shouldn’t Delaware be called the small town State? After all, there are only five towns over 10,000 people in the entirety of Delaware! Nearly every town is a small town. Read below for some of our favorite tiny towns, where you can spend a day unplugged and away from the world, surrounded by history and natural beauty.
Seaford is a great town if you love the outdoors! Float down the Nanticoke River, enjoy some time in the town's green space, or visit the charming Governor Ross House to learn about the town's fascinating history.
Marydel is a charming border town that's home to the best little winery and cider in the state! Harvest Ridge Winery and Rebel Seed Cidery are the best places to spend a warm afternoon in western Delaware.
If you love seafood, you'll find some of the most underrated seafood shacks in Selbyville. This tiny town is on the way to the beach, and many watermen bring their catch to Selbyville's mom and pop restaurants.
Claymont is an historic New Castle County town that has been working to restore their oldest and most important sites. Explore the downtown and visit this old-fashioned town for a great spring day trip.
Visit Fifer Orchards on your trip down to Camden-Wyoming to see Delaware's agricultural history in action! This family owned orchard has been a family favorite day trip destination for generations.
Felton is home to Killens Pond State Park, where you can find the best hidden waterpark in the state. Paradise Orchards is worth visiting for fresh Delaware produce, and the historic railroad sites throughout town are fascinating.
7. Bowers Beach
Bowers Beach is a quiet fishing town on the Delaware Bay that's home to some tasty seafood restaurants and the unforgettable Bowers Beach Maritime Museum. Learn about Delaware's pirate history at their buccaneer day!
Historic Odessa is one of the best towns in Delaware for a day trip! Dine at the centuries old Cantwell's Tavern and stroll through the downtown buildings that are each on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Greenwood is another picturesque small Delaware town with an impressive historic district. Colonial-era farms are preserved in the Richards Historic District, so you'll feel like you've stepped back in time. Visit Poplar Level Farm, Locust Grove Farm, and Middle Space Farm to learn more about your state's history.
What’s your favorite of Delaware’s best small towns? Have you visited one that’s stolen your heart? I can never get enough of Odessa – in fact, I think
the story of Cantwell’s Tavern is fascinating!