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Dover - Kent County, DE

A big event or a fun festival is usually just around the corner in Kent County, DE. NASCAR races at Dover International Speedway and Firefly Music Festival are some of the headliners for this Kent County City. Travelers in search of things to do in Kent County are in the right place for historic attractions (like the First State Heritage Park and Amish Country), as well as fun celebrations like Dover Days.    Kent county, home of the 'Quaint Villages' host wine and beer festivals. Harrington Casino and raceway make for an exciting day! There are also numerous restaurants and dining experiences in the little villages that make up Kent County. Read more

Western Maryland

Western Maryland boasts numerous lakes, golf, and mountains. Deep Creek Lake is for anyone who loves fishing, hiking, and whitewater rafting. In the winter, come and ski, snowtube and snowboard! There are several areas just waiting for skiers, snowboarders, and snowmobilers to arrive! Not into sports? Stay warm and go shopping in the many great antique shops in the towns of Frostburg, Hagerstown, and Oakland. Read more

Rehoboth Beach, DE

Located on the Delaware Shores, the Rehoboth Beach & Dewey Beach Resort Area is known for its award-winning boardwalk, awesome hotels, specialty stores, amusements, beautiful homes, tax-free shopping and some of the finest restaurants anywhere. Visitors enjoy exploring 30 miles of unspoiled Delaware coastline, and many passive park areas. Nature based activities include State Parks, kayaking, nature cruises, ferry rides, walking trails, surfing, skimboarding, paddleboarding, sailing or exploring the water’s edge. Adding historical venues and live performing arts will make your stay in the “Nation’s Summer Capital” a perfect one. Neighboring Dewey Beach is just a s... Read more

Newark, DE

Newark is a small city in Delaware. It’s known for its green spaces, like Rittenhouse Park, with its trout-filled creek. On the outskirts, White Clay Creek State Park has miles of forest trails, plus a late-1700s mansion on the estate of Judge Morris. A path circling Newark Reservoir offers city views. The University Museums at the University of Delaware include collections of art, plus the Mineralogical Museum. Main Street offers a diverse selection of restaurants to please all diners.   Wilmington,Delaware on the Christina and Delaware rivers. Downtown’s early-20th-century DuPont Building is part of the local du Pont family legacy including the Hagley Museum. Those... Read more

Bethany Beach, DE

Bethany Beach is a small coastal town in Delaware. Bethany is family oriented and touts it's reputation as 'the quiet resort'. Known for its wide, boardwalk-backed beach, it also offers great dining choices and shopping. North of town, Delaware Seashore State Park is a barrier island with miles of beaches extending to the Indian River bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The shoreline, fields and forests of Holts Landing State Park attract birdlife like herons and osprey. Read more

Fenwick Island, DE

Just next to the southern border of the state and along side Ocean City, MD, the town of Fenwick Island is the Delaware beach destination that defines 'family friendly'. To tFenwick Island State Park offer everything for everyone.  Whether it is sunbathing, fishing, windsurfing or paddle-boarding, it's all there. In town, there are endless opportunities for kids,  whether it's a round of putt-putt, a go-kart ride, or some delightfully wet waterslide. Fenwick Island State Park is a great spot for surf fishing, windsurfing and other outdoor activities. In town, the proximity of many beach homes to the bay make it an ideal spot for those who love to bring their boats and spend ... Read more

U.S. Capital - Washington, DC

Washington, DC, the U.S. capital, located on the Potomac River, bordering the states of Maryland and Virginia. Showcasing it's neoclassical monuments and buildings – including the icons that house the federal government’s 3 branches: the Capitol, White House and Supreme Court. It's also home to museums and performing-arts venues such as the Kennedy Center and world class dining. Read more

Annapolis, MD

Annapolis, Maryland’s capital city, is on Chesapeake Bay. Its historic district includes 18th-century brick houses and the domed 1700s Maryland State House. St. Anne’s Episcopal Church has Tiffany glass windows and a historic cemetery. The beautiful waterfront grounds of the United States Naval Academy feature arts, architecture, monuments and a naval history museum. Restaurants are brimming with fresh caught seafood from the Chesapeake Bay. Read more

Inner Harbor. Baltimore, MD

Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub, home to Maryland Science Center with a planetarium and observatory, and the National Aquarium, featuring giant turtles, dolphins and electric eels. The Top of the World Observation Level offers sweeping views of the city, and a collection of historic warships is docked below. Power Plant Live! is a complex of bars, eateries and music venues in a former power station. Read more

Berlin, MD

Recently v oted the 'Coolest Small Town' in America,  Berlin  is a wonderful example of what can be done when citizens work together for the success of their community.    Berlin’s beautiful tree-lined streets, Victorian town center, museum and historic homes captivate those who visit. 47  buildings  in Berlin are noted in the National Register of Historic Places and represent nearly two centuries of architectural heritage. These structures are well preserved Magnolias, sycamores, tulip poplars, bald cypress, and ginkgo trees add to the b eauty  of the t he town.  Located just minutes from Ocean City and Assateague Island National Seashore, Berlin enjoys a superb... Read more



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