Above: A Delaware Flea Market called Arden Fair is held on Saturdays in Arden Village.
This page features alluring images of Delaware vacation destinations, nature trails, seaside villages and quaint colonial towns. Popular activities in the state of Delaware include fishing, hiking, and scavenging local flea markets.
Delaware is the only U.S. state with no National Park, although it does have 18 state parks.
Use this page to help you pick your favorite things to do in Delaware.
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Pictured Below: Sunset over Bethany Beach.
Below: A typically quaint little neighborhood in Dover.
Here is an alphabetical list of all 18 Delaware State Parks:
Above: A town remembers its colonial beginnings against a backdrop of historic brick architecture,
as residents celebrate an annual event called Dover Days. Activities include a Delaware Flea Market.
1. Delaware's official state flower is the Peach Blossom.
2. Delaware's official state tree is the Holly.
3. Delaware's official state bird is the Blue Hen Chicken.
4. Delaware restaurants, such as the Wagon Wheel in Smyrna, serve Muskrat.
5. Delaware was the first state admitted to the Union that eventually became known as the United States of America.
Below: The Delaware Estuary
Above: The sublime seaside village of Lewes.
Above: The seasonal seaside community of Rehoboth Beach.
Above: One of several homes inviting visitors on a self-guided garden tour of Milton.
Above: A natural Delaware sunset.
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