Middletown is located on the northwest of Dover, Delaware. It is also the fastest growing city in Delaware. Located on Route 13 and Port Penn Road Frightland is one of the tourist attractions in the city. If you love screaming while having fun then Frightland is just the place you want to go when you are visiting Middletown. It is both fun and scary place however not recommended for children under the age of twelve by the Frightland authority. Frightland features eight haunted attractions including haunted hayrides, haunted houses, haunted barns and a haunted ghost town. If you enjoy golf then stop by at Frog Hollow Golf Club. It is a links style 18-hole championship golf course opened in 2000. The golf course was most recently voted at the “Best Public Golf Course” by Delaware Today. The course features 6,608 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. One of the most remarkable aspects of the park is the beautiful Kentucky Blue Grass surface, nicely prepared bent grass tees and fairways. The course conditions change throughout the day based on the wind, pin location and tee positions. Even though this condition can be sometime challenging, over all this is a player-friendly golf course for everyone whether you are a beginner or an expert. The course also provides exceptional services for both the guests and the members. Another golf course in the area is Van De Grift Golf Club. This is a semi-private 9-hole golf course. This executive golf course has eight par 3s and one par 4.
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Middletown is home to Olde Tyme Peach Festival, a family-friendly event that attracts thousands of visitors every August to the city. Visitors and locals alike participate in the whole day activities that kick off with the parade followed by pie baking contest and live entertainment. The festival is hosted by The Middletown Historical Society is annually. This tradition started in 1993 with the goal to increase awareness of the important role of peach in the formation of the city while staging a family outing for the people. If you enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables then Filaksy’s Produce located in Middletown will be a real treat for you. This is a produce stand that sells all kinds of produce including peaches, plums, bananas, strawberries, apples, potatoes, asparagus, broccoli, carrots, corn and more. Some of these items are local produce such as strawberries and corn. Filaksy’s Produce is a also a place to pick up free strawberry recipes provided by the Delaware Department of Agriculture. Filaksy’s also sells various gifts and flowers. In May, the time for strawberry picking, you can go to the strawberry field and pick them yourself. Filaksy’s Produce also offer pumpkin patch during the fall season. Another place for the fresh produce is the Dutch Country Farmers Market. The farmers market offers fresh food, hardware, quality furniture, flowers, crafts and unique gifts. One unique thing about this Farmers marker is that a group of Amish from Lancaster, Pennsylvania brings goods every Thursday to Saturday to sell in the market. The Dutch Country Farmers Market also offers various weekly specials.