Fiercely proud of its place in the formation of the Independent United States, Delaware is steeped in history. Situated on the East Coast and bordering the Atlantic Ocean, the Delaware River and Delaware Bay, America’s First State boasts some amazing beaches and seaside experiences.
A visit to Delaware is incomplete without spending time in Chateau Country, where the origins of the DuPont company can be explored, along with an array of other mansions, museums, gardens and libraries that point out the majestic history and splendor of the region. Given it’s unique coastal location, visitors are bound to spend time at Rehoboth Beach, the Seashore State Park, and Cape Henlopen State Park which all provide access to the ocean and seaside cultures.
For a more peaceful experience, the stately cypress trees of the Trap Pond State Park are there to remind visitors of the fantastic age of the countryside. And the turning of the foliage as Summer dips into Fall provide for a visual event that must been seen to be appreciated.
Let’s have a look at the best resorts in Delaware:
1. The Resort at Massey’s Landing
In the heart of Delaware’s beachside precinct, The Resort at Massey’s Landing offers a range of campsites for tents and RVs, complemented by a selection of contemporary beachside cottages, craftily situated to provide access to the ocean, and the spectacular views they present.
The Resort has a number of restaurant/café options inside the grounds, as well as a marketplace where visitors can gather groceries, drinks and other necessities. Guests can visit local golf courses, experience biking, hiking, and stand up paddle boards all within close proximity of the Resort. And with an obvious tip of the hat to the coastal location, the operators ensure their guests have access to numerous charter fishing options.