Comfort Suites Maryland/Delaware Border I-95
1570 Elkton Road
Elkton, MD 21921
Phone: (443) 350-9154
Fax: (443) 350-9155
1570 Elkton Road, Elkton, MD, US, 21921
- Phone: (443) 350-9154
- Fax: (443) 350-9155
Now in its fourth generation of family owned and operated orchards, you will enjoy seasonal family fun where you can pick your own cherries and apples or enjoy hay rides, crafts and a petting zoo.
Produces unique, high quality wines. The tasting room is open every weekend and allows visitors an opportunity to sample their wines and make a purchase.
The park offers the Carpenter Recreation center, the pristine White Clay Creek Preserve and the peaceful trails of Possum Hill along with many fishing spots for people of all ages to enjoy.
Scene of Battle of Cooch's Bridge, September 3, 1777 the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Delaware. Tradition tells that the new 13 flag, the Stars and Stripes, was unfurled in this battle.
Open seven days a week from sun up to sun down. Office is open Mon-Fri 9:30 to 3:30. Numerous special events, turf track for horse races included.
Marina with park-like grounds, boat ramp, floating dock, modern facilities, and picnic tables with gas grills.
Enjoy a guided tour of the acres of scenic herb gardens and an 18th century Provincial Plantation house made of logs. Check for special events and luncheons.
Built in 1750, the Hale-Byrnes House is a historic structure located at the edge of Highway 7 and Highway 4. The house is known for the council that was held by George Washington during the Battle of Cooch's Bridge. The house is now open as a museum for visitors to get acquainted with the history of the place.
A small ticket office that occupied several places before being placed near Battery Park in 1950. The railroad is pre-Civil War era and was pulled by the steam locomotive Deleware.
Enjoy rides on authentic antique trains. There is also a visitor's center, giftshop, and snack bar.
Greenbank Mill gives visitors an opportunity to see early 19th Century Delaware. Open Friday and Saturday, or by appointment.
This small family-owned micro-winery on small farm is comprised of seven acres of vines and a hillside barrel cellar. Focusing on small batches, Va La's production is usually 1,200 to 1,400 cases per vintage.