Welcome to Wharton's Bluff
Welcome to the Wharton’s Bluff Homeowners Association Website
Wharton’s Bluff is a picturesque waterfront community located along the Indian River in Millsboro, Delaware. 
The history of Millsboro dates back to the 1600s when Nanticoke Indians lived on the land.   
Around 1792, the headwaters of Indian River were dammed at Rock Hole to establish a grist mill and a sawmill.  
The town grew and the name was changed to Millsboro in 1837.
The area was previously a fishing resort, known to locals as Old Landing Farm,
and began development as Wharton’s Bluff in 2006.
The Sussex County area is affectionately known as “Slower Lower Delaware."
Residents take their time and live a relaxed lifestyle.
Sussex County has 26 miles of coastline so, when you’re ready for beaches, boardwalks, and sand in your toes, 
Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Bethany and Ocean City Beaches are all close by.
Delaware has low property taxes and NO sales tax. There are 12,000 acres of State Parks with scenic trails to explore. Golf courses abound as do opportunities to fish, crab, and explore the rivers and bays.  
Southern Delaware is known as the Culinary Coast and having both the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay at its doorstep, and the Chesapeake Bay close by, ensures some of the freshest seafood available.  
Good Living! Millsboro!
Delaware .... Endless Discoveries!