Centreville, Delaware EST. 1750
Welcome to Centreville, an 18th Century Delaware Village listed in the National Register of Historic Places and surrounded by superb Country Estates, world-renowned Museums and the beautiful Brandywine Valley. Antiques and Art abound, displayed in the buildings that once served the needs of farmers, drovers and millers. Whether you are driving the scenic Kennett Pike or bicycling our Greenway, Centreville's charm will capture your heart.
Winterthur Museum, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Burrows Run Preserve, Flint Woods and Coverdale Farm are our neighbors. Brandywine Creek State Park, Longwood Gardens, Hagley Museum, Delaware Museum of Art, Brandywine Battle Field and Brandywine River Museum are all within five miles of the Village.
Fall Hunting Season at Brandywine Creek State Park
The Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation will conduct annual deer hunting on the Flint Woods Nature Preserve on the following dates in 2016 and 2017 respecfully: October 31-November 2, December 10 & 17; January 14, 16 & 21. During these days the state park area will be closed to the general public. Hunters are supervised by state park staff as well as volunteer mentors. If you would more information about the hunting program, contact Environmental Stewardship Program Manager Chris Bennett at 302.739.9230.
January Board of Directors Meeting
The next Board of Directors meeting will be held on January 10, 2017 at 7:00 PM.