GEOGRAPHIC CENTER OF DELAWARE
In the vicinity of this marker, a Flat Outline Map of the State
would be exactly balanced.
In 1989, a curious seventh grader from the Caesar Rodney School District asked where the center of Delaware was located. With the help of his teacher and the Kent County Department of Planning, it was determined that the geographic center of the state was located approximately eleven miles south of Dover in the field just south of this marker, on the Killen Farm.
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LOCATION: Felton - South side of Rt. 12, approximately 1.2 miles east of the intersection of Rt. 13 and Rt. 12.