Visit Millsboro

visitWhether you are passing through or visiting the area, Millsboro should be one of your planned stops. We offer a unique shopping experience downtown, where you will find antique shops . We have several great restaurants downtown to tempt your" inner foodie", including seafood, southern style food, Irish specialties and good old fashioned home cooking.

Need to just relax? Visit Cupola Park where you can fish, crab or just relax while the kids run off energy on the playground. Pack a picnic lunch to enjoy while you are there.

There are several restaurants and shopping centers on Rt. 113. They offer grocery stores, box stores, medical centers, hair and nail salons and much more.

The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce have maps available to help you navigate around downtown Millsboro and surrounding areas. Please contact the Chamber office at 302-934-6777 or E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request a map.

Civic Organizations

Recreational Facilities

  • Millsboro Town Center
  • Cupola Park Picnic Area
  • Baseball Fields
  • Bowling
  • Public Boat Ramp
  • Water Sports
  • Swimming
  • Crabbing
  • Clamming
  • Biking
  • Golf

Places of Interest

  • Cupola Park
  • Millsboro Pond
  • Ingram’s Pond
  • Warren’s Mill
  • Indian River and Bay
  • Nanticoke Indian Museum

State Parks

  • Trap Pond
  • Holt’s Landing
  • Cape Henlopen
  • Delaware Seashore

Historical Sites

  • Perry/Shockley House, Main Street, Millsboro
  • Warrens Mill, Route 20
  • Godwin One Room Schoolhouse, Route 20
  • Cypress Tree, Cupola Park (largest in the State)
  • Nanticoke Indian Museum, Route 24 East


  • Mean Temperature (Fahrenheit): January – 35.75, July – 76.23
  • Mean Humidity: July – 66.3
  • Average Annual Precipitation (inches): 49.76
  • Average Annual Snowfall (inches) 18