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As changing leaves paint the Delaware countryside in an array of fall colors, communities from Wilmington to Smyrna to Dewey Beach welcome visitors with a wealth of ways to have fun outdoors. Special events, festivals, and family-friendly activities – the Diamond State truly sparkles this season.
Race fans all over the country turn their attention the Dover International Speedway in Dover, October 2nd through 4th, when NASCAR action returns. It’s three days of high-octane fun – practices and qualifying rounds are held Friday, the Hisense 200 NASCAR XFINITY race is Saturday, and the main event – the AAA 400 – is on Sunday at 4 p.m.
Wilmington is the ideal starting point for a fall foliage driving tour. Explore the wooded hills of northern Delaware between October 19th and November 4th to see this fall’s colors at their most vibrant. Must-stops along the way include the community of Bear, the Winterthur Museum, the Hagley Museum and Library, and Nemours Mansion and Gardens.
Enjoy fall foliage while finding a sense of the First State’s history by boarding the Willmington and Western Railroad. Departing from Greenbank Station in Wilmington, the 1860s-era train provides an educational “hands-on-history” experience as it travels through the scenic Red Clay Valley.
It’s a great time of year for Dewey Beach visitors to hit the Delaware Wine and Ale Trail. Made up of thirteen of the states finest wineries and breweries, the trail features stops like Fordham and Dominion Brewing Co. in Dover, Nassau Valley Vineyards in Lewes, and Dogfish Head Brewings and Eats, north of Dewey Beach in Rehoboth Beach.
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