Delaware Themed Bucket List Has Kent County At The Top
We all have bucket list items and this Kent County spot tops Delaware’s bucket list rankings.
Most bucket lists have things like skydiving and travel at the top of them.
My personal bucket list mostly consists of fancy restaurants and countries I haven’t been too.
But a new bucket list from Alot.com ranks must-see things for the state of Delaware.
Number 1 on the list is in Kent County.
According to Alot.com the Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a top bucket list item.
“Spanning nearly 16,000 acres, this wildlife refuge serves to protect the natural order of Delaware’s animal and plant life. It was first created in 1937 as a breeding ground for the waterfowl that would migrate to the area in winter. Don’t miss the Allee House, a farmhouse dating back to before the birth of our nation” Alot.com says.
The wildlife refuge has been around since 1937 and is mostly marshland but does have freshwater wetlands.
The Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a great spot to see Bald Eagles and Diamond Back Terrapins.
Alot.com’s Delaware Bucket List also lists the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk and the Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library in their top 3 items.
The Hummers Parade in Middletown also made the list.
I had heard of the Hummers Parade but never really dove into it, and now I feel like it’s a can’t miss!
I love how this parade is solely sponsored by the residents of Middletown and is just one big parody of the past year. It’s a great way to unwind and put current events in a comical light.
The Running of the Bulls at the Starboard in Dewey and the Apple Scrapple Festival in Bridgeville also made the Delaware Bucket List rankings.
You can see the Top 10 right here.
How many of these events and places have you been to?
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