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Posted: 02/12/15 03:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Staying a bit closer to home in late June, but got a nice looking site at Delaware Seashore State Park to settle into. Never camped in Delaware, wanted to check it off the list.
Would love to hear recommendations of what you think would be the not to miss places to see, and any great eats in the nearby area.

Great eats for us are just places that have good food, halfway reasonable prices and welcome you in jeans - or maybe shorts and a clean shirt - no holes. [emoticon]

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Do a Google search for `Delaware tourism' and take your pick.


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Never been to Deleware but a former worker at Lazy Susan's Seafood Deli, 18289 Coastal Highway in Lewes, highly recommends eating there.


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Dick_B wrote:

Do a Google search for `Delaware tourism' and take your pick.


That's great Dick, but sometimes personal recommendations with those of a similar mindset (RVing) is helpful. Any information on this forum I can go "Google"

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Seashore State Park,, my favorite campground, (next to Fort Wilderness at Disney) we are there a few times a year,, Fishing, clamming, crabbing, just make sure you have a license,,, Rehoboth beach/boardwalk is a few short miles to the north, Ocean City Maryland a few miles to the south, The Rehoboth outlets, tax free shopping. a lot of areas to walk or hike,,, take a walk over the indian river inlet bridge at night. are you staying on the north or south side? the marina is on the north side, along with Hammerheads, bar and restaurant, no fires allowed at the campground. Dewey beach is right up the road to the north, mostly college party bars and entertainment,

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A place I want one day see is Ft. Delaware.It was a Civil War prison camp that my grt grandad was a guest for over a year.

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Hiya Neighbor! If you are at Seashore, and a fan of good beer and pub food, head north to Dogfish Head in Rehoboth along with The Pickled Pig. You can also make a trip to tour the Dogfish Head brewery in Milton - it's not your average brewery.

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Do the Rehobeth boardwalk. Check out Dewey Beach. If you have time venture to OC,MD. Check out the horses at Assateaque state park. Dover Downs is close. You can take the Ferry to Cape May as well.
Big Fish Grill is my favorite eatery in the area.


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Cape Henlopen State Park and the lookout towers.
Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk.
Zwaanendael museum in Lewes.
Old Cypress Swamp at Trap Pond State Park.
Victrola Museum in Dover.
Dover Air Force Base aircraft museum.
Fort Delaware on Pea Patch Island in Delaware River off of Delaware City.


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Winterthur Museum complex is in Delaware. It has extensive collections of folk art and historic furniture. (If this is something of interest to you.)


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