From Lewes to Milton, the northern part of the Sussex County is rich in history and charm. The town of Lewes features historical Victorian homes, friendly bay beaches, as well as a wide variety of restaurants and shops to choose from.
Take a hike or a bike ride, then relax on the beach at Cape Henlopen State Park, or spend the day shopping at the Tanger Outlets. The Lewes-Cape May Ferry provides easy access to Cape May, NJ. It also makes for a fun activity.
If you are looking for a more quaint setting, Milton never disappoints. With beautiful country farms and a small-town feel, Milton is becoming a popular choice for new residence. Stop by the “downtown” center for some light shopping or launch a boat for a fun day fishing.
One of the state’s best school districts, Cape Henlopen, is located in the north as well.
The options for central Sussex County are endless. Rehoboth Beach is well known for year round events and entertainment. The Seawitch Festival, Christmas Parade and July 4th festivities, just to name a few.
If you are looking for something low key, Millsboro is a great option. Located near the Indian River Bay, pontoon boats are a common part of life. Just sit back and relax while watching the sunset – What more could you ask for?
Looking for a calm, family friendly beach town? Bethany Beach is definitely the place to call home. Their town slogan of “Quiet Resorts” tells it all! Featuring a wide selection of small restaurants, boardwalk fun, family run businesses, and shops, Bethany Beach has been one of Sussex County’s “best known secrets.”
Ocean View offers communities closer to or on the water. This serene atmosphere is perfect for the coastal enthusiast. Ocean View is just minutes from the Tanger Outlets and Coastal Highway. So, entertainment and activities are a short drive away.
Bishop’s Landing, Millville
Millville by the Sea, Millville
Sunset Harbour, Ocean View
Woodlands at Bethany, Frankford