Delaware, United States

Delaware, is currently considered to be the 45th most populous state in the United States with a population of just over 900,000 people in the entire state. Delaware is also the second smallest state in the country in terms of area. Delaware is only 2,490 square miles large, which means that you can travel the entire state in a few hours. While Delaware may be small in size, that does not mean it is not a great place to visit.

Delaware is one of the original 13 American colonies, and it was the first state to join the United States. Delaware is filled with several great historic sites that any history buff would enjoy. It is also the home of some of the most beautiful beaches in the northeastern portion of the United States.
 Wild & Scenic Delaware River
The most popular tourist attraction in Delaware is probably Rehoboth Beach. Rehoboth Beach draws in people from throughout the country that want to experience the beautiful scenery and summer weather. Rehoboth Beach only has a population of just over 1,300 people, but the city will attract well over 20,000 tourists throughout the summer.

Another major tourist attraction in Delaware is Dover International Speedway. Dover International Speedway currently holds five different NASCAR events each year. Dover International Speedway has a capacity of over 135,000 people, which is nearly four times the population of the city of Dover. Dover International Speedway is one of the few racetracks that gets to hold so many prestigious races each year, and NASCAR fans flock to the track anytime there is a big race.

Delaware can experience some extreme weather during the months of December, January and February, so it may be best to visit the state during the rest of the year. If you visit the state at a different time, then you almost guaranteed to not experience any snow. Delaware experiences near perfect weather during the other nine months of the year because it will never get too hot or too cold. Why risk having the weather ruin your trip when you have better options?