Our Towns

The Quiet Resorts encompass ten towns, spanning from the Indian River Inlet, south to the MD state line, and from the eastern coast, west to Dagsboro. Whether you are visiting or call this beautiful area your home, the Quiet Resorts offer something special for everyone. The pristine beaches, serene inland bays, rolling farm land, and beautiful wooded parks give a variety of scenery for those seeking relaxation or exploration. For the art lover, there are galleries, antiques, theatres, and Grammy winning performances. For the person on the move, there are nationally recognized golf and tennis facilities, trails, kayaks, bicycles, fishing, and more. Unique boutiques and outlets that have it all make tax-free shopping even sweeter. And the food! Make sure you take the time to enjoy the cuisine prepared by local award-winning chefs of the Culinary Coast.

Need help planning or finding some hidden gems? Stop by the Information Center on Coastal Highway in Fenwick any time of year to speak to an area expert for help maximizing your Quiet Resorts experience. If planning your trip in advance, contact the information center here, or give us a call at 302-539-2100 ext.110.

Bethany Beach

Incorporated in 1901, Bethany Beach absorbs over 15,000 families in the summer, despite its small size.  Bethany remains a popular destination for its beautiful beaches, local shops, restaurants, boardwalk, and bandstand.

Bethany Beach Town Hall
214 Garfield Pkwy., Bethany Beach, DE 19930
302-539-8011

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Fenwick Island

Incorporated in 1953, Fenwick Island is located on a barrier split and is the last town before crossing into Maryland.  In addition to the beautiful beach, Fenwick is home to local restaurants, shops, and activities on the bay.

Fenwick Island Town Hall
800 Coastal Highway, Fenwick Island, DE, 19944
302-539-3011

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South Bethany

Incorporated in 1901, South Bethany is self-proclaimed as the best little beach in Delaware.  The town provides tourists with a relaxed and peaceful vacation destination, with the Delaware Seashore State Park running through this 1-mile strip.

South Bethany Town Hall
402 Evergreen Road, South Bethany, DE 19930
302-539-3653

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Ocean View

Incorporated in 1889, Ocean View is a vibrant coastal community that places a high priority on quality of life, including public safety (consistently one of the safest locations to live in Delaware), cleanliness, improving its infrastructure, and supporting annual community events.

Ocean View Town Hall
201 Central Avenue, Ocean View, DE, 19970
302-539-9797

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Millville

Incorporated in 1907, Millville is a year-round community that projects an atmosphere of warm country living, featuring local shops, attractions, proximity to the beach, and more.

Millville Town Hall
36404 Clubhouse Road, Millville, DE, 19967
302-539-0449

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Selbyville

Incorporated in 1902, Selbyville is a town where you can find a relaxed lifestyle, unique shops and antique stores, and historical sites, while still within reach of coastal amenities.

Selbyville Town Hall
1 W Church Street, Selbyville, DE, 19975
302-436-8314

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Dagsboro

Incorporated in the early 1900s, Dagsboro is a quiet town that is home to shops, unique antiques, the Delaware Botanic Gardens, the historic Clayton Theatre, and more.

Dagsboro Town Hall
33134 Main Street, Dagsboro, DE, 19939
302-732-3777

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Roxana

Roxana is off the beaten path and comfortably away from the bustle of tourist traffic.  It offers small-town charm, natural beauty, and youth sports facilities – hosting the Little League World Series every summer!

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Frankford

Incorporated in 1889, Frankford provides access to both a peaceful, quiet, living and proximity to the coast.  Positioned along the Route 113 corridor, Frankford welcomes many visitors as they enter The Quiet Resorts.

Frankford Town Hall
9 Main Street, Frankford, DE 19945
302-732-9424

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Clarksville

Clarksville is a small community that serves as a gateway to the Delaware beaches and has played a big part in local history.  The town is home to the Union Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church, which was one of the first African American public schools in the region.  Clarksville is just west of Millville, and is centered, more or less, around Route 26.

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