1259 Corn Crib Road,
Distance from hotel: 0.9 miles
Home of the Delaware State Fair and so much more. Variety of events held weekends April – October including Horses and Dog shows Rodeo’s Southern Delaware’s Street Rod Show American Super Camp (BMX bike camp) and several craft shows.
18500 South DuPont Highway
The Centre Ice Rink at the Delaware State Fair is a 49000 sq. ft. facility. The Ice Rink offers learn-to-skate figure skating ice hockey ice dancing synchronized skating power skating drop-in hockey and drop in figure skating. Weekly public skating sessions and party options are also available. Ice shows and hockey tournaments are hosted here as well. In the summer The Centre becomes the home for the 4-H and FFA organizations for their exhibits and demonstration programs during the annual Delaware State Fair.
Distance from hotel: 5.1 miles
Abbott's Mill Nature Center features education programs for families school classes and public groups walking trails through fields pine woods and streams and a historic fully operational gristmill.
15411 Abbotts Pond Rd.
Distance from hotel: 5.4 miles
Outdoor pool and waterslides.
5025 Killens Pond Rd
Distance from hotel: 8.4 miles
Mini-golf course paint ball and horseshoe facility.
5899 S Rehoboth Blvd
Distance from hotel: 0.3 miles
The casino offers over 2100 Sizzling Red Hot Slots fun table games and 350 seat state of the art Simulcasting Parlor. The Raceway hosts live harness racing from late October through April. For your dining pleasure Harrington Raceway & Casino has something for everyone. Come experience the fabulous International Buffet where you can dine on foods daily from around the world for one low price. Other popular restaurants include the Cafe Grab 'N Go Simulcast Sports Bar and the new and elegant BONZ (reservations are suggested). Check out the dining section for more information on all of our restaurants to accommodate your next visit.
15 West Rider Road
Distance from hotel: 7.5 miles
The City of Milford is a semi-rural, family oriented community that sits in both Sussex and Kent counties. Milford is known as the Gateway to Southern Delaware. Milford boasts a large Perdue chicken plant, Dentsply Caulk, a manufacturer of dental products, Kent Sussex Industries, an organization that provides jobs for persons with disabilities, and a new Veterans Hospital. The Mispillion River Walk has been built to preserve the city's waterfront and is a favorite place for a summer stroll. Abbott's Mill Nature Center is a must see with its working water wheel. Fresh water and saltwater sporting activities are available here, including the World Champion Weakfish Tournament.
Distance from hotel: 12 miles
Bridgeville is one of the oldest surviving communities in western Sussex County and is agriculturally oriented. Industries include Pet Poultry, a preprocessor of animal food products for the pet food industry, O.A. Newton, a leader in Material handling Systems, and Rapa Scrapple, manufacturer of scrapple and pork products. Bridgeville has become renowned in the area for the Apple-Scrapple Festival held annually the second week of October.
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