Located along U.S. 113 and the meandering Indian River, Millsboro claims approximately 1,825 residents. The community is also the modern home of the remaining members of the region’s first inhabitants, the Nanticoke Indians. Almost completely surrounded by water, this scenic town enjoys the natural beauty of Millsboro Pond, Ingrams Pond, and Betts Pond. Cupola Park provides a wonderful recreation center with trails that offer vistas of the Indian River. Among the companies and businesses that contribute to Millsboro’s flourishing economy are Conectiv, First Bank Center, Townsends, and Vlasic Foods. Newcomers will find a variety of home choices, from beautiful historic properties to newer construction in welcoming neighborhoods. The Millsboro area also embraces the community of Long Neck, distinguished as one of the county’s fastest growing residential havens, particularly among retirees who move to Sussex County.