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Tourism in and around Millsboro
Sussex County's outstanding tourism asset is the fine strand of Atlantic Beach at the eastern edge of the county. Complementing the ocean beaches are the relatively undeveloped coastal bays: Rehoboth Bay, Indian River Bay, Little Assawoman Bay and the broad mouth of the Delaware Bay. The variety of opportunities from water-based recreation attracts visitors nearly year round. There are over 3,800 campground sites along the coast, over 1,500 rooms in hotels and motels and over 7,000 seasonal homes.

Sussex County attractions such as the Nanticoke Indian Museum, Zwaanendael Museum, Cape May-Lewes Ferry, the Boardwalk and amusement facilities, Fenwick Island Lighthouse, the Great Cypress Swamp and Woodland Ferry reflect the county's geographic position, early historic significance and present recreation function. There are extensive state park islands in Sussex, encompassing prime coastline, as well as inland areas with scenic ponds and natural refuge areas. The Southern Delaware Heritage Trailer links the inland communities of greater Millsboro, Milton, Milford, Greenwood, Seaford, Laurel and Delmar.

Historical Sites

  • Perry/Shockley House, Main Street, Millsboro
  • Warrens Mill, Route 20
  • Godwin One Room Schoolhouse, Route 20
  • Cypress Tree, Cupola Park (largest in the State)
  • Nanticoke Indian Museum, Route 24 East
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