- 27 miles (43 km)
- 1 hour
The Red Clay Valley Scenic Byway includes 27 secondary roads that form a network closely linked to the Red Clay Creek. Found in the Piedmont Province, it is characterized by the rolling hills, ridges and valleys that sculpt the surrounding landscape.
Points of Interest
Points of Interest Along The Way
Ashland Nature Center (DE)
Explore four self-guiding nature trails through 81 acres of rolling terrain through meadows, woodlands and marshes. It also features the Butterfly House which provides close-up observation of butterflies in stages from eggs to adults.
Mt. Cuba Center (DE)
A 630-acre estate set in the rolling hills of Northern Delaware that is dedicated to the conservation of the Appalachian Piedmont plants. Guided tours and garden visitation are available.