From the original Nanticoke Indians, to the American revolution, to the birth of the State and our present time, the banks of Broad Creek have long been an attractive destination to call home.
Why Live Here
Laurel is one of Sussex County’s bigger towns with beautiful old homes and a strong Pennsylvania Dutch presence for all to enjoy. You’ll find that evident with local favorites like the Dutch Inn Restaurant for breakfast, Dutch County Heirloom Furniture, and of course, the Dutch County Market for its deli and baked goods.
Other local favorites include the Smash N’ Dash Burgery, RNR Grill N Bar, Laurel Coffee Shop and Abbott’s on Broad Creek, with its outdoor deck overlooking the creek. Speaking of the water, bring your boat, kayak, canoe or paddleboard (plus fishing pole) and explore the wetland forest in Trap Pond State Park. Laurel gives you all the amenities and conveniences of town with easy access to the outdoors.