5/5 - Excellent
BethDec 9, 2019
Wouldn't go here in high season - parking is terrible. But it is a charming town for an off-season visit. If I do this race again, I'll definitely bring the family.
Cool off in clear water, soak up the friendly atmosphere, and enjoy some high-quality food and handcrafted beer at one of the North East’s best-loved beach towns.
Delaware’s Rehoboth Beach has maintained a small-town charm with a clean beach and many walking trails and parks to explore. A small wooden boardwalk, quaint shops and enough attractions to keep youngsters busy make it a fun yet relaxing destination.
Stroll the one-mile (1.6-kilometer) boardwalk and gaze out at the Atlantic. Go for a dip in the water or simply sit back and relax. You can rent a sailing boat, go fishing, or even get surfing lessons. Kids will love attractions such as the Funland Fun Park and the Beach Arcade. Pick up the pace with a trip to Jungle Jim’s. Its roller coasters, waterslides and rock-climbing facilities make it fun for the whole family.
Head downtown to explore the shopping strip and grab some lunch. Check out the Rehoboth Beach Museum to learn about the local area. For more history, explore the Anna Hazard Museum. This museum is modeled on a Methodist beach camp tent that would have stood in the area over a hundred years ago and contains period exhibits.
Wander around town in the evenings and choose from a great selection of restaurants and bars. The town is a hot spot for fans of craft beer. Theater goers should set aside an evening and see a play at the Clear Space Theatre, home to Rehoboth Beach’s professional theater group.
Explore the surrounding area on a walk to Gordon’s Pond or spend a day in Delaware Seashore State Park. Drop by the Indian River Life Saving Station Museum to see the faithfully restored 1905 building and learn about the Life Saving Service.
Rehoboth Beach is less developed and more relaxed than many of its neighbors and offers the perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy some of life’s simpler pleasures.
If you're spending some time in South Rehoboth, Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk and Rehoboth Beach are top sights worth seeing.
If you're spending some time in Historic District, Preservation Forge and Fisher Martin House are top sights worth seeing.
Reviewed on Dec 8, 2019
Reviewed on Dec 10, 2019
Enjoy a trip to Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, a well-known attraction in Rehoboth Beach. Check out the shops and top-notch restaurants in this walkable area.
Sandwiched between Delaware Bay and the town of Lewes is mile after mile of white sand that attracts beachcombers and sunbathers.
The family will enjoy a trip to Bethany Beach Boardwalk, a favorite attraction in Bethany Beach. Visit the shops in this walkable area, or simply enjoy its restaurants.
Explore the waterfront in Lewes with a trip to Cape May - Lewes Ferry. Wander the beautiful beaches and seaside in this family-friendly area.
Explore the great outdoors at Cape Henlopen State Park, a lovely green space in Lewes. Wander the beautiful beaches and seaside in this family-friendly area.
Explore the great outdoors at Delaware Seashore State Park, a lovely green space in Rehoboth Beach. Wander the beautiful beaches and seaside in this family-friendly area.
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NoraNov 4, 2019
The area is pretty