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Along the Delaware-Maryland border, the community of Hartly, Delaware is the quintessential Mid-Atlantic community. Despite being one of the smallest municipalities in Delaware, there is no shortage of opportunity in the area. You’ll be able to explore the natural wonders of the Chesapeake Bay region as well as lesser-explored Delaware Bay. With a history spanning back to the early 1700s, the town of Hartly has changed state hands multiple times, from Virginia to Maryland to Pennsylvania to now Delaware. When you rent an RV and explore Hartly and the great state of Delaware, you’ll find yourself in a welcoming community and beautiful landscapes.
When you book an RV in Kent County, you will open up a world of adventure. Sandwiched in between two large bodies of water, with easy access to many protected natural landscapes, Hartly offers those looking to experience the Chesapeake Bay region a truly unique opportunity.
If you’re looking for a nearby wilderness excursion, then head north to the Blackiston Wildlife Area near Kenton, Delaware. At the Blackiston Wildlife Area, you’ll be able to hike through the backwoods and meadows of Delaware. Blackiston is also a popular birding spot as it is relatively secluded, so you may get lucky and spot some songbirds or migratory birds.
Just over the Maryland-Delaware border is the Andover Flatwoods Natural Area near Sudlersville, Maryland. Andover Flatwoods is home to Carolina Bay, which is a body of water that retreats and replenishes as the seasons change. Because of this, the Andover Flatwoods has a wide variety of wildlife, such as migratory birds, waterfowl, and a variety of rare amphibians. The park may be a little tricky to find, but once you’re there, you’ll be able to explore the trails around the marshland.
If you’re looking to experience the ocean while in Delaware, then head to the Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge near Smyrna, Delaware. Bombay Hook is one of the most frequented wildlife viewing areas along the Delaware Bay. At Bombay Hook, you might get to see hawks, eagles, white-tailed deer, horseshoe crabs, and various species of turtles and waterfowl. You can head out on the trails that go up and down the coast or head a little farther inland and explore the marshes and rivers.
When you secure an camper rental in Hartly, you may also want to rent an RV site or two so you can rest during your Mid-Atlantic adventure.
Just over the state border into Maryland is the Holiday Park Campground. At Holiday Park, guests have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and laundry services. Guests will also be able to relax with a variety of sports equipment and facilities.
Also in nearby Maryland is the Duck Neck Campground. At Duck Neck, guests will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and an on-site store. Guests will also have access to a pool and boat ramp on the Chester River.
When you book an RV rental in Hartly, be sure to set aside some extra time to explore the local area. There is so much to see and do in central Delaware that you’ll want to make sure you get to explore the local community as well.
In nearby Dover, the capital of Delaware, is the Delaware Agricultural Museum. Here you can learn about the history of agriculture in Delaware as well as see several preserved buildings from the mid- to late-1800s, such as a blacksmith’s shop and a schoolhouse. Not only that, but you can spend a little time at the petting zoo and enjoy the company of pigs and chickens.
If you find yourself with a need for speed, then head to the Dover International Speedway. At the racetrack, you can enjoy the adrenaline-pumping NASCAR races throughout most of the year. Not only that, but you can satisfy the need for speed yourself and drive one of the speedway’s stock cars around the track.
If you fancy something a little quieter, then spend part of the day at the Johnson Victrola Museum. Here, you can learn about the early history of sound recording. You’ll also be able to see old phonographs and listen to early sound recordings.
When you find yourself needing to refuel and restock your RV rental in Hartly, head east for a few different options. Also a little farther to the east, along DE-1, are several more options to consider.
When you rent an RV in central Delaware, be sure to sit down to a steaming plate of freshly caught Chesapeake crabs. You’ll feel right at home on the Chesapeake.