Red Clay Valley Byway
Red Clay Valley Byway showcases spectacular views of wooded hillsides and scenic vistas including the Ashland Covered Bridge, Mt. Cuba Center and the Auburn Heights Preserve.
The Byway is approximately 27 miles in length, includes twenty-eight secondary roads in northern Delaware and is closely linked to the Red Clay Creek and its watershed area. The roads of the Red Clay Valley date from early European settlements in the beginning of the eighteenth century.
Location: Northern New Castle County, between Rt. 52 and Rt. 48 Length: Approximately 27 milesDrive time: About an hour
Northern New Castle County, between Rt. 52 and Rt. 48 Dover, DE 19901