What’s more self-isolating than a hike through one of Delaware’s most beautiful state parks? Visit the Nature Center at White Clay Creek State Park and enjoy a scenic hike alongside water and an abundance of trees. You’ll find many trail options to choose from. One of our favorites is the Park Loop trail that starts you off in Delaware, curves you through Pennsylvania, then spits you back out where you started. Beautiful to hike all times of the year, we recommend late Spring or early Fall.
In Kent County you’re smack dab in the middle of the First State. Home to Delaware’s capitol, Dover, Kent County is also home to Fife Orchards, which recently celebrated it’s 100th year anniversary. With a handful of u-pick experiences throughout the year (think blueberries, strawberries, pumpkins and sunflowers), they also offer fresh produce from their farm store from the surrounding fields and orchards. As you find yourself in Amish country, be cautious of horse-drawn buggies!
No matter the time of year, the ocean brings a sense of calm just by listening to the sound of waves lapping on the shore. The southernmost county of Delaware, Sussex County, is home to the states beautiful beaches – each with its own personality! Visit fun and friendly Rehoboth or young and lively Dewey. Both beach towns offer a wholesome charm that keep families coming back season after season.