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Friday, April 3, 2020

The Official Delaware State Facts and Travel Tips

Beautiful Fenwick Island in Delaware
We live on the east coast and have had the pleasure many times to visit the great state of Delaware. Just like most of the east coast states, Delaware is a great state to visit if you enjoy hiking, boating, fishing, camping, playing on the beach and all kinds of other things. The state shares a border with Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and to the east with the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay.

Delaware is the second smallest state in the United States and the 6th least populous. Unlike other states, it only has 3 counties: Kent County, New Castle County and Sussex County. The capital of the state is Dover with the largest city being Wilmington. This small state has an approximate width of 30 miles wide by 96 miles long.
The Official Delaware State Facts - Delaware State Flag

Official Delaware State Facts

Nickname: The First State, The Diamond State
Motto: Liberty and Independenc
Admission to Union: December 7th, 1787
Abbreviation: DE
State Colors: Colonial Blue and Buff
State Song: Our Delaware
State Bird: Blue Hen Chicken
State Flower: Peach Blossom
State Tree: American Holly
State Fish: Weakfish
State Beverage: Milk
State Bug: The Ladybug
Beautiful Rehoboth Beach in Delaware

Major Tourist Attractions:

Millions of visitors every year are attracted to Delaware's beautiful beaches along the Atlantic coastline. The best known beach towns are Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Dewey Beach and Rehoboth Beach. You can enjoy sunbathing, fishing, hiking, boating and other beach-side attractions.

If you're a fan of NASCAR racing you'll enjoy visiting Dover International Speedway where two NASCAR races are held annually, one in the spring and the second one in early fall. These races attract thousands of fans from all across the country every year.

You can enjoy hiking, boating, camping, fishing, biking and other outdoor adventures in one of Delaware's State Parks. If you enjoy the great outdoors, you'll want to follow the Delaware Outdoor Trail.
NASCAR Racing at Dover International Speedway in Delaware

Delaware is a great state to visit, especially if you're looking for something a little bit different. You can learn more about Delaware by visiting the state's official website online. Happy Traveling!

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