Located at the headwaters of Wicomico Creek, Allen is home to several sites of interest including the Passerdyke Cottage Museum and the Wicomico Yacht Club.
A quiet country village located along the banks of the Nanticoke River, Bivalve is home to the Cedar Hill Marina.
Straddling the line between Maryland and Delaware, the unique town of Delmar is home to the Railroad Museum and the Delmarva Model Railroad Club. Visit the Town of Delmar, Maryland
Once known for its fruit harvests, Fruitland is now known as an ever-growing business center. Visit the City of Fruitland, Maryland
Named after the biblical city, Hebron is home of the Chesapeake Fire Museum.
Originally known as Barren Creek, Mardela Springs was named for the famous mineral springs found there – some of which are still in existence. Mardela Springs is home to the Adkin’s Historical Museum Complex which dates back as far as the 1700s.
Named after a Native American tribe, this community is home to Roaring Point Campground.
In addition to various antique shops, Pittsville is home to a restored railroad station, which doubles as a museum.
The entire town of Quantico is listed as a historic district, as it was established well before the American Revolution.
As the county seat, Salisbury was founded in 1732. Salisbury is located at the head of the Wicomico River, a navigable waterway that leads to the Chesapeake Bay. Visit the City of Salisbury, Maryland
Recognized as a settlement around 1769, Sharptown’s location on Nanticoke River provides a beautiful beach area and allows it to host several fishing tournaments throughout the year. Visit the Town of Sharptown, Maryland
The oldest incorporated town on the Wicomico River, Whitehaven features a ferry that has continuously crossed the river for over 300 years.
The quaint community of Willards is laid out in a circle and boasts a wonderful country church with beautiful stained glass windows, a campground and its original railroad station.
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