Parks & Recreation

Boat ramps and slips plus Little League and Millsboro Pond

The water at the end of Morris Street. There are 2 boat ramps and 24 boat slips available for the public. The slips are rented out annually, and there is a waiting list for the spaces when they become available. There is a playground area where the younger children can play - as well as barbecue grills, park benches, and a pavilion with picnic tables for everyone to enjoy.

The Kiwanis Club donated some of the plantings in the park and help keep it an attractive place to visit. Cupola Park is sometimes the last place a newcomer finds, but he/she is soon impressed as it quickly becomes one of his/her favorites.

There is also W. B. Atkins Memorial Park - which is the home of the Millsboro Little League. There are 5 fields for softball and baseball from younger tee ball players to the big league teams. The Millsboro Little League volunteers its time and uses its money to help the park to continue to be one of the best in the area. There are now approximately 44 teams with close to 600 ball players. All that adds up to an enormous amount of volunteer hours with coaches, umpires, ground crews - and the list goes on. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, brothers, sisters - you name it, and they are all there working and cheering for their favorite team. There have been both tears and laughter coming from those fields, but, for sure, we have all seen a lot of youth grow up and carry away memories of their time spent playing ball in Millsboro.

If fishing is one of your favorite pastimes, there is always the Millsboro Pond and Ingram Pond. There is a boat ramp on Route 30 for Millsboro Pond - which allows small boats with no larger than 5-HP motors - along with the boat ramp at Ingram Pond to accommodate the fisherman.

Annual Water Quality Report (CCR)

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