Fall at Lums Pond
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Delaware Word Search
Here are the words hidden in the puzzle:
- Lewes, Rehoboth, Dewey, Bethany, Fenwick
- Winterthur, Nemours, Hagley, Mount Cuba
- DuPont, Rodney, Biden
- First, Blue Hen, Diamond
1) Rehoboth has long been a favorite summertime vacation spot. Relax on the beautiful beach. Hop on a ride at Funland, a favorite for kids of all ages. Or pop into Dolles for some salt water taffy. The town is friendly and artsy. Each Delaware beach town has its own style for you to explore and enjoy.
2) Delaware doesn’t have a sales tax. Shop expansive malls in Wilmington, Christiana and Dover. Find incredible deals at Tanger Outlets in Rehoboth. Or take a day to stroll in and out of boutiques and antique shops along a small town main street.
3) Trap Pond State Park is a hidden gem of Delaware’s great outdoors and a stop on the Delaware Outdoor Trail. Paddle in its baldcypress stand for an unforgettable experience. You can also glide through Brandywine Creek State Park on your canoe. Or hop onto a stand-up paddleboard and watch as the water shimmers beneath you at Fenwick Island State Park.
4) The Firefly Music Festival is the East Coast’s premier summer music event. Jam out at The Woodlands for four incredible days in June. Not only can you hear more than 100 major music acts, but you can also take part in acre after acre of unique, relaxing non-musical fun.
5) Winterthur Museum, Library & Garden has the perfect place for kids to play and explore in the Enchanted Woods. The sprawling DuPont estate also features a 175-room house and a decorative arts collection with 90,000 items. Just a short drive from Winterthur, you can continue to uncover the elegant lifestyle of the DuPonts at Nemours Mansion & Gardens, the Hagley Museum & Library and the Mt. Cuba Center.
6) Fort Delaware was a military prison and protected Wilmington and Philadelphia during the Civil War. You’ll be transported back in time during a visit to this stop on the Delaware History Trail. Spending time in nearby Old New Castle will take you even further back in history to Delaware’s colonial splendor.
7) Delaware ratified the Constitution at a tavern called The Golden Fleece. Today the site where that tavern stood is part of the First State Heritage Park in Dover. Stand in the place where a nation started. Wander through the Old State House or the current capital, Legislative Hall. Or head over to the John Dickinson Plantation to see how one of Delaware’s representatives to the Continental Congress lived.
8) The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is the best way to get from the Delaware Beaches to the Jersey Shore. Watch as you pass by two of Delaware’s famous lighthouses, and then keep your eyes peeled for dolphins on your trip. The state is very easy to get to not just via boat but by car on roads like I-95, by train at the Wilmington Amtrak station or my plane through Philadelphia International Airport.
9) The Wilmington Riverfront is a cultural and family-fun center for Delaware’s largest city. Play in the warm weather with fun like riverside mini-golf and minor league baseball. And make sure to come back in fall and winter for outdoor ice skating and museums, like the Delaware Contemporary and Delaware Children’s Museum.
10) Lewes is known as the First Town of the First State, because it’s the site where Scandinavian settlers first set foot in modern-day Delaware back in 1631. Today you can shop and dine to your heart’s content along Second Street. You can also spend time in natural magnificence at Cape Henlopen State Park. Once there see how Delaware defended America from German U-Boats during World War II at Fort Miles.