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Cowgill’s Corner Sheep & Wool Farm7299 Bayside Drive, Dover
Working farm Bed & Breakfast. Border collies working flock of sheep, beef cattle, llamas.
Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village866 N. DuPont Highway, Dover
19th century village, programs and special events throughout the year. Call for a calendar.
Delware Christmas Tree Growers Associationwww.delawarechristmastreegrowersassn.com
Sam Yoder Farm & Store89 Hunting Quarter Road, Houston
Baked good, fruits & vegetables, plants. Farm tours and historical farm equipment. Open all year.
Kent County Tourism435 N. Dupont Highway, Dover
Call for area biking maps and information. Amish Country Bike Tour held annually, first Saturday after Labor Day.
Delaware Bicycle Council302-760-BIKE
Visit the wesite
Our mission is to promote and enhance bicycling in Delaware.
Route 9 Scenic BywayVisit the website
Cycling or driving, this federally designated scenic route will take you through fishing villages, marshes, views of Delaware Bay and more.
BMX Biking First State BMX, Milford302-424-4408
Call for track schedule, clinics, etc.
Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge
2501 Whitehall Neck Road, Smyrna
Birdwatching, hiking, nature programs, annual festivals.
Delmarva Birding Weekend
P.O. Box 669, Salisbury, MD 21803
Don Murray Professional Bass Fishing Guide149 Carter Ave. Dover, DE 19901
Don being a successful professional angler over the years has had the opportunity to have many secrets of the trade shared with him and now he is willing to share these tips with you on your next fishing trip with GOIN' FISHIN ADVENTURES
Delaware Bay Fishing Donovan’s Dock42 Murderkill Avenue, Frederica 19946
May through October, Daily. Delaware Bay fishing near Dover and Milford. Bait included and rods for rent. Ice and tackle available at the dock.
Paskey’s Wharf Tradewinds FishingWyatt Street, Bowers Beach 19946
May through October. Delaware Bay headboat fishing sails daily; afternoon charters available.
Russell’s Fishing, Inc.At JP’s Wharf, Bowers Beach
302-335-FISH or 302-363-0356
Head boats sail daily at 7AM.
Contact the Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife at 302-739-4431.
- Killens Pond, Frederica
- Andrews Lake, Frederica
- Silver Lake, Dover
- Blairs Pond, Milford
- Lake Como, Smyrna
- Mud Mill Pond, Marydel
- Garrisons Lake, Smyrna
- Haven Lake, Milford
- Griffiths Lake, Milford
- McColley Pond, Frederica
- MCGinnis Pond, Canterbury
Lister Acres5417 Milford-Harrington Highway, Harrington
Corn maze, haunted forest, barnyard animals, fall decorations and more.
Winkler Farms14255 S. DuPont Highway, Harrington
Fresh produce, farm tours, hay rides, corn maze and more.
Loblolly Acres3893 Turkey Point Road, Woodside
Farm experience and petting zoo plus Christmas shop.
Fifer Orchards1919 Allabands Mill Road, Wyoming
April through December. Quality produce and country store. Pick your own strawberries, flower and pumpkins.
Wicked R Western Productions2621 Sandy Bend Road, Wyoming 302-492-3327
Good ol’ western fun. Wicked Woods, Family Fall Fun, riding lessons, Summer fun petting zoo, bull riding clinic, overnight dude ranch and more. New indoor riding arena.
Riding Lessons, trail rides
Gaines Farm and Kennels1948 Hopkins Cemetery Road
Harrington, Delaware 19952
I offer herding dog training, Delaware grown Christmas trees, are the home site for FIRST STATE BORDER PATROL the goose control service (www.firststateborderpatrol.com) and are the base training site for the DELMARVA WORKING DOG GROUP. You can see all of the farm fun at www.gainesfarmandkennels.com. My saying is, " It's not the size of the farm, but what you're doing with it!"
Jonathan’s Landing Golf Course1309 Ponderosa Drive, Magnolia
Dover Par 3 Golf and Batting Cages924 Artis Drive, Dover 302-674-827
Garrisons Lake Golf Club101 Fairways Circle E Smyrna, DE 19977
Centre Ice Rinkwww.skateatthefair.com
Marshtown Hunting Preserve302-528-1203
The Preserve is open to the public six days a week. The Marshtown Hunting Preserve is located at Routes 1 and 8 in Dover Delaware. Our fields are open Tuesday through Saturday and we offer Pheasant, Quail and Chuckar hunts. Hunt with one of our guides or your own dog in one of our many fields. Great membership packages are also available. Reservations are required. Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife 302-739-9918 for information on licenses and hunting maps in the state. www.dnrec.state.de.us/fw/hunting.htm Dover Air Force Base Outdoor Recreation Skeet Range From novice to expert, this range has three skeet fields. Range one and two are primarily used for skeet with targets thrown from a high and low location. Range three is set up for Five Stand shooting where targets are thrown from eight different locations as shooters are positioned in five predetermined stations. Range experts on hand Wednesdays, 2-6PM; Saturdays, 9-4; Sundays, 9-1. The range is open to all eligible members, including non DOD civilians with special admittance. Please call 302-677-5553 or 302-677-3959 for information.
Quest Fitness & Kayak Mark Carter302-422-8808
DelMarVa Stand Up Paddle / Windsurfing301.651.0542
Killens Pond Water Park5025 Killens Pond Road, Felton 19943
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Two spiraling slides, interactive water features and a tot lot and baby pool with bubblers and frog slides. EcoDelaware 800-445-4935, Extension 113 www.ecodelaware.com Celebrate Summer with ecoDelaware.com! This Saturday is a day of "firsts" for the First State. On one hand, it's the first official day of summer. And on the other hand, it's the first summer during which gasoline will average $4 per gallon or more. Fortunately there's a silver lining. This year marks the first official summer of ecoDelaware.com. This new website serves as a lifeline anyone can use to find outdoor events and destinations within a short drive. Please help us spread the word, and if you have the means, link it to your website today.The mission of ecoDelaware.com is to increase awareness, appreciation and, ultimately, environmental stewardship for Delaware's creeks, rivers, and estuaries. It was created by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary using funds from the Delaware Economic Development Office. For more information, please read our previous press release, or call Shaun Bailey at (800) 445-4935, extension 113.
Dover International Speedwaywww.doverspeedway.com
Monster Racing Excitementwww.monsterracing.com
Proposed First State National Historical Park
Kent County Parks & Recreation555 Bay Road, Dover
Parks, conservation areas, lakes and greenways. Call for seasonal program. Events and activities ongoing all year.
City of Dover Parks and Recreation1210 White Oak Road, Dover
Silver Lake Park, sports fields, swimming, recreational programs for all ages, bus trips, concerts and more.
Mispillion Riverwalk GreenwayDowntown Milford.
Scenic walking path, parks, inns, eateries, special events.
Delmarva Low Impact Tourism Experiences (DLITE)800-852-0335
Nature-based tourism experiences throughout Delmarva. Call for more information on activities.
Pizzadili Vineyard and Winery1683 Peach Basket Road, Felton
Picnics, tours, parties, weddings and catering on a beautiful 400 acre site.
Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR)818 Kitts Hummock Road, Dover 19901
Mon – Fri 8AM –4:30PM Sat. 10AM-2PM Salt march and open water habitats around the St. Jones River near Dover. Environmental research center with nature programs and boat trips. Call for programs.
Delaware State Parks – Killens Pond5025 Killens Pond Road, Felton 19943
Open year round, 8Am to sunset. Fee season runs May 1 to Oct. 31. Boat rentals, boat ramp, camping and cabins, trails, nature center, programs, concerts, water park, pavilions, disc golf, fishing, playground and more. Call for programs or check website.
The DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve302-422-1329
The DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve is located at 2992 Lighthouse Road, Milford. Operated by DNREC’s Division of Fish and Wildlife, the center is open from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, May 23 to June 30. Beginning July 1, the center is open 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. The nature center grounds will remain open each day until sundown. The distinctive red-roofed center includes an observation deck with telescopes to view the harbor, bay and shoreline and the more than 130 species of fish, shellfish, waterfowl and birds that populate the area. Outdoor tanks with live, adult horseshoe crabs allow visitors to see and touch one of the longest-surviving creatures on earth. Inside the center visitors can view shorebirds and horseshoe crabs along the shoreline more than 100 yards away, courtesy of a remote camera and a 42-inch plasma viewing screen.
For more information, contact Dawn Webb, Center Manager, at 302-422-1329 or visit DNREC’s website, www.dnrec.delaware.gov
State Scenic Highway, Rt. 9Visit website
Abbott’s Mill15411 Abbotts Pond Road