The Magic of Millsboro
Named for the grist mills and sawmills that were once its hallmark, Millsboro today is a mecca for boaters, fishermen, golfers and beachgoers alike. Located in the back bay area, it’s midway between the bustling Rehoboth and Dewey Beaches and the “Quiet Resorts” of Bethany and Fenwick. It’s also a wonderful place to raise a family.
Boasting plenty of hometown charm, Millsboro offers it all…golf, baseball, tennis courts, hiking, water skiing, fishing, crabbing, and berry picking are only some of the choices. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the rivers and parks, particularly, Cupola Park, where the largest Cypress tree in Delaware thrives. That’s also the site of free community concerts in the summer.
Because Delaware has no sales tax, your dollar goes further everywhere, restaurants, the grocery store, the car dealer, specialty stores, antique shops and of course, the local 200-store Rehoboth Outlet Center.
Millsboro also has some great events year-round. Highlights include the Big Thursday Festival in August, a celebration for oyster season that began in 1852, and the World Championship “Pumpkin’ Chunkin’” Competition and the annual Powwow of the local Nanticoke Indian Tribe that brings locals and visitors alike to celebrate the Native American culture.
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