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Explore the 3 States within the Delmarva Peninsula


Enjoy exploring Delaware from its pristine beaches, local towns, and its wide open spaces. Over 17 naturally diverse State parks with hiking, camping, swimming, and fishing, as well as nature programs and tours of historic sites. Delaware offers an abundance of seafood, pizza, scrapple, saltwater taffy, fried chicken, slippery dumplings, boardwalk fries, and much more


Eastern Shore Maryland comprises of vast farms with rivers welcoming waterfront towns along the Chesapeake Bay and beaches. Home of the famous Blue Crab, oysters, and rockfish. History enthusiasts will enjoy the histories of the small towns, memorials, and the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad national historic park.


It’s a Shore Thing! Eastern Shore Virginia is the longest stretch of wild coastline remaining on the entire East Coast. Tourist favorites are islands such as Tangier, Smith’s, Chincoteague, and Assateague. Kayaking, sailing, boat tours, island cruises, camping, and beaches are some of the outdoor fun offered in this region.