Delaware is one of the top states for attracting tourists, but it’s not without its quirks.
Here are some of the best sites for those who want to see it all.1.
The Garden State The Garden state has plenty of beautiful parks and beaches to see and enjoy.
But it has one major challenge in its parks and beachfronts: the water.
Water is one reason the Garden State has seen a steady decline in the number of visitors.
In 2015, the state saw the worst year-on-year decline in population since 1960, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau.2.
The Blue Ridge Parkway The Blue River Parkway in South Carolina is the state’s second busiest river, with more than 10,000 vehicles per day traveling through it.
The Parkway was built by the state to serve a region that had been largely neglected in the past, said Mike McGehee, executive director of the National Association of State Parks.3.
The Chesapeake Bay The Chesham Bay, a tributary of the Delaware River, is the oldest bay in the world.
Its name comes from the Chesapeake, an ancient English name for the region, which is located about 200 miles (320 kilometers) north of Wilmington.
It has been a favorite spot for anglers for centuries.
It’s also home to the world’s largest collection of endangered sea turtles.4.
The National Park SystemThe National Park Service is the U-shaped agency that oversees the parks and national monuments across the country.
It oversees 1,824 parks and more than 20,000 natural areas, including national forests, national parks and monuments.
It also administers the land and waters of more than 300 national parks.5.
The Great Smoky Mountains The Smoky mountains are among the most scenic spots in the U