Considering a Move to Middletown for a Contract Aviation Job?

New to Middletown?

Ever consider a contract job in Middletown, DE? So, you get a job offer and it's in Delaware. Where is Delaware? Do I even want to go there? Will this be a place for me or my family? Located on the Eastern Shore between New Jersey and Maryland, it is the second smallest state and topographically, the lowest state elevation wise. Delaware is only 95 miles long but between oceans, bays, and inlets it has over 350 miles of shoreline.

Weather in Middletown

Delaware is a place where you can enjoy all four seasons, with hot and humid summers and cold and windy winters you will need to pack a little bit of everything. The summers can average days around 84℉ and winters around 24℉. The spring and fall months also bring beautiful fall foliage and lots of rain.


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Cost of Living in Middletown

Middletown is located in New Castle County, one of only three counties in the state. Commonly referred to as the MOT area, standing for the three towns the encompass the area: Middletown, Odessa and Townsend; it is the fastest growing area in the state. This area is booming the population sits around 23k, compared to only 6,000 in 2000. The average one-bedroom apartment will cost around $1300 a month. The Middletown area is home to the top-rated school district in the state. Popular neighboring towns of Middletown include Smyrna, Dover, Newark and Elkton, MD.

Dining in Middletown

With dozens of local restaurants located in Middletown you have plenty of delicious options to choose from. Many options within a few miles of each other. You can make a stop into Sweet Melissa's for fresh macaroons, head over to Curry and Cocktails for Tikki Masala or spend the afternoon sitting outside in the relaxed backyard of Crooked Hammock Brewery.

One of the most popular places with locals is Tom Foolery's. A staple in the community for nearly two decades. Foolery's offers daily specials, like $5 quesadillas or $5 burgers but the must haves while dining here are the cheesy crab tots and nachos. They serve up lunch and dinner 7 days a week and brunch on Sundays. A family friendly restaurant during the day and a bustling bar by night. You'll be sure to have a good time here.

If you are looking for some relaxing outdoor dining with a view, take a short 5 minutes' drive over to Chesapeake City where you can find yourself sitting riverside at the Tiki Bar at Schaefer's Canal House. Another more laid back and quiet than their neighbor across the canal is Chesapeake Inn. Here you can order a famous orange crush, fresh oysters and listen to one of the local talents, all while taking in the scenic view and watching boats go by.

What to Do in Middletown

In Delaware you can enjoy the summers splashing in the Atlantic Ocean at any one of their beautiful beaches and stroll along the boardwalk eating fries and taffy, or you can partake in all the fall activities at one of the orchards and go pumpkin and apple picking. The mountains in Pennsylvania are only a short drive away where you can visit world-class ski resorts. Not to mention, Delaware is tax-free, so you can shop without the worry of spending extra.

Delaware is rich in history, visiting places like Old New Castle where you can stand where George Washington once stood and see where they crossed the Delaware, or ride the ferry out to Fort Delaware where you may encounter ghostly spirits trapped there. There are also an abundance of State Parks, wildlife, fresh and saltwater fishing, and plenty of public hunting grounds. Nuzzled in such a small area it borders multiple states including; New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania which puts it at a convenient location to most Metropolitan cities like New York City, Washington DC, Baltimore, and Philadelphia; all within 2.5 hours. There are endless amounts of things to see and do here. So, if you were wondering if Delaware is the place for you, you might just want to check it out.

Where to Stay

There are multiple hotels within a 20 mile radius of Middletown offering amenities like free Wi-Fi, indoor pools, free breakfast daily. If traveling with an RV the closest place is Lums Pond Campground, located within a state park. They offer pull through sites with full hook ups. They are seasonal but do keep select sites open year-round. Another close RV Resort - Buttonwood RV resort, located in Earleville, MD it's about 25 minutes from Middletown.

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