Step into Relaxed Creek-Side Living

A verdant rural community, Leipsic was first home to a thriving farming economy in Delaware that included trapping, oystering, fishing and canning. Leipsic’s relaxed location by the water has helped the town become a popular spot for fishermen and crabbers, and a quintessential spot for quiet living along the water.


When it’s time to socialize, residents and visitors can be found at the popular restaurant Sambo’s, a must-visit destination that features fresh seafood caught locally. Many Leipsic residents have homes that face its creek, making them gorgeously picturesque subjects for artists.

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Delaware Bayshore Byway

Delaware Bayshore Byway

The Bayshore Byway in Kent County boarders the Delaware Bay and is commonly known as State Route 9 throughout most of the corridor. Other byway roads…

Sambo’s Tavern

Sambo’s Tavern

Seasonal tavern on the Leipsic River founded years ago by Samuel "Sambo" Burrows. Steamed crabs, sandwiches, & seafood. Patrons must be 21 or older. We…

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