For a more cultured community, Slaughter Beach is graced to have the lovely and historic city of Milford right next door for it's guests and residents alike. This quaint, amorous city beckons each visitor to come back time and time again, with it's small town coziness, festooned homes, inviting downtown with alluring coffee pubs, bakery, popular eateries, book store, excellent library, River Walk, Farmer's Market, Mispillion River and beautiful historic churches. On a warm summer day, one cannot resist to wile away the hours on the renown River Walk or browse upon all the bounty vendors bring in at the Farmer's Market. For a scrumptious pastry, hot cappuccino or steaming latte, Dolce Bakery and coffee shop is the place to go. For homemade cuisine that will warm your soul and pamper your palate, The Georgia House is a wonderful eatery to visit. Specializing in meals that will evoke memories of home cooked meals that your grandmother spoiled you with, their tantalizing country fried steak,mashed potatoes and gravy, delicious burgers, spicy pasta's, fresh seafood, homemade soups and plenteous bread basket are sure to wow every guest. If it is dining in a grandiose manner one desires, The Executive will give each guest a pampering and elegant dining experience. This eatery hosts a cozy bar, dance floor as well as live entertainment . The cuisine is superb with fresh seafood dishes, delectable Prime Rib, choice beefs, tantalizing chicken, home made soups, fresh salads and tempting desserts. For those who love to explore history, there are three historical places to visit. The Parson Thorne Mansion, Lydia Ann B. Cannon Museum and Milford Museum. Some of the historical treasures these places display are exhibits of early shipbuilding tools, model ships showing Milford's rich maritime past, silver collections of spoons, coins and many novelties. For those who love the outdoors, there is Abbott's Mill Nature Center where there is ample canoe trails, hiking and a lovely, serene 23 acre pond. Within less that 8 miles, there is the infamous Killen's Pond and Water Park. This lovely park hosts a 66 acre pond with boating and fishing, along with lush campgrounds, cozy cabins, and resort entertainment in a natural, serene setting.
Slaughter Beach is also near to the exquisite beach resort cities of Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. These two cities combined offer every nicety one can imagine to both Slaughter Beach residents and their guests. The shopping is bountiful with Tanger Outlets, (over 130 name brand shops with all purchases being tax free), boutiques in the downtown area and plenty of novelty shops located around the entire beach area. The resort cities offer an abundance of 5 star restaurants, excellent public Libraries, fantastic school districts, fitness centers, fish markets, cozy coffee pubs, elite golf courses, water park, award winning winery, museums, old lighthouses and of course all the wonders that beach life has to offer.
Whether one is looking for a place to visit for a summer vacation, a place to go fishing on a Sunday afternoon or a small town beach community to relocate to, Slaughter Beach has much to offer for people of every age.
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