Explore the state of Delaware
The Western Sussex Byway moves through scenic farmlands, wooded areas and historic towns. From the Nanticoke Wildlife Area to Trap Pond State Park, there are many recreational opportunities for hiking, biking and boating.
Location: The Byway extends along several roads in western Sussex County, from the exit for Route 20 to Bridgeville Road on US 13, passing through Seaford, Bethel, Laurel then ending at the Trap Pond State Park. This Byway also crosses the beautiful Nanticoke River through the historic Woodland Ferry.
Length: About 35 miles
Drive time: About 45 minutes