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Delaware Vacation Ownership

Most people don’t often think of Delaware as a vacation destination, but the truth is that the tiny Mid Atlantic state is home to a number of natural and manmade attractions that welcome tourists from all over the world. From the coastal areas in the state’s southern region to the growing urban area in Wilmington, Delaware is a unique place to visit year-round. With Delaware timeshare resales, your trips to the East Coast can be more cost-efficient and easier to plan than ever.

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Quick Facts about Delaware Timeshare

  • Most Delaware timeshare resorts are located on the state’s coastline, providing access to some of its best beaches.
  • Popular destinations in Delaware are mostly located along the shoreline. Dewey Beach and Bethany Beach are both popular towns among tourists and locals alike.

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Things to Do in Delaware

Delaware’s beaches are the state’s most popular attractions, most of which are located in the southeastern corner of the state. Rehoboth Beach features a number of public beaches that are perfect for families. Cape Henlopen State Park also includes stretches of shoreline perfect for walks or just relaxing.

Wilmington, Delaware’s largest city, is also the cultural and economic center of the state. The Delaware Art Museum and Delaware Museum of Natural History are great attractions to visit in the city, while Lums Pond State Park and White Clay Creek State Park allow for exploring beyond the city limits.

Delaware’s location between New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania allows vacationers to discover different areas beyond state lines on easy day trips. Philadelphia, Washington, and Baltimore are all major cities within driving distance and have unique attractions of their own worth seeing. Traveling farther south on the Delmar Peninsula will bring you to places like Ocean City, Maryland, and Assateague Island, both beautiful locations along a temperate North Atlantic coast.