Delaware Route 300 is a
state highway in Kent County, Delaware.
is a continuation of Maryland Route
300 from the Maryland border near
It runs in
a northeast direction from there to Smyrna, where it
ends at U.S. Route 13
Delaware Route 300 heads east from the Maryland border on
Sudlersville Road. Just across the state line, the route intersects
the western terminus of Delaware Route
in Everetts Corner
It then heads east through farmland and intersects the northern
terminus of Delaware Route 11
heads into the town of Kenton, where it is
known as Main Street.
It intersects Delaware Route 42
within Kenton. Past
Kenton, DE 300 heads to the northeast on Wheatleys Pond Road.
between Kenton and Clayton, it features
a brief concurrency with Delaware
DE 300 then heads north toward Clayton,
passing to the south of the center of the town. Between Clayton and
Smyrna, Delaware Route 6
onto DE 300, and the two routes head northeast through the northern
part of Smyrna on Glenwood Avenue. The road ends at U.S. Route 13
where DE 300 finds its eastern terminus and DE 6 makes a right turn
to overlap with US 13.