The Laurel Chamber of Commerce has recently moved into the historic Laurel Train Station and has joined in partnership with the Laurel Historical Society, the Town of Laurel, and the Laurel Redevelopment Corporation to salvage this important building. This new location houses the chamber office, a visitor center, as well as the Laurel Heritage Museum. The story of our community comes to life through an extensive Waller Photo Collection and artifacts which depict our heritage. The Laurel Chamber of Commerce is proud to be involved with this important initiative.
We welcome you to our fifth annual bike tour and to our beautiful community.
On your quiet adventure you will wind through scenic byways and along historic waterways as you explore what makes our community so unique. We’ve tied in some of the best historic attractions such as The Laurel Heritage Museum, The Cook House, Historic Bethel, Bethel Museum, and Old Christ Church to name a few. Along the way enjoy important waterways that make up a portion of the Chesapeake Watershed , the Nanticoke River Trail, Mason Dixon In Delmar, and The Sussex County Historic and Scenic Byway. Of course, the ride would not be complete without a stop at our true gem – Trap Pond State Park.
You will be wild about us! Wilderness Trails, Wildlife, and quiet adventure awaits!