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Located south of Newark, Delaware, Cooch-Dayett Mills was constructed in 1838 by William Cooch, Jr. as a water-powered grist mill to grind wheat and corn into flour.
Programs and events offered seasonally; registration required
904 Old Baltimore Pike, Newark, DE 19702
This du Pont estate is the home to several of our camps. Campers experience open fields for games and other activities, Brandywine Creek, an historic stone water tower and gorgeous views of the Brandywine Valley.
Programs offered seasonally; registration required
The Mortenson Property features a pond, stream, and woods and access to White Clay Creek State Park in the Big Meadow area.
1135 Pleasant Hill Road, Newark, DE 19711
A beautiful Delaware beach that is a sanctuary for horseshoe crabs.