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Rehoboth Beach literally has more attractions than there is room to write. Starting with the beach and other outdoor recreational activities. The famous Rehoboth Beach mile-long boardwalk is great for strolling or jogging and is lined with shops, arcades, miniature golf, restaurants and a small amusement park. Biking is allowed on the boardwalk from 5:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M., but skateboards, roller skates and inline skates are prohibited. Swimming, beach volleyball, hiking, horseback riding, golf, tennis, boating and sailing, clamming and crabbing and dolphin watching. You name it and it’s likely that Rehoboth Beach has it. The area is known for its excellent fishing, in the Indian River Inlet area, Rehoboth Bay and Delaware Bay. Throughout the area, you will find waterslides, go-carts and amusement parks. The Rehoboth Beach Bandstand on the boardwalk is the site of free shows and concerts in the summertime. Several state parks are in the near vicinity, including Cape Henlopen State Park, which is the site of the highest sand dune between Cape Hatteras and Cape Cod. The Delaware Seashore State Park is bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by Rehoboth Bay and Indian River Bay. This 2,000-acre park is a beachcombers' paradise and has camping, swimming and other recreational activities. There is also a long stretch of beach in the park for four-wheeling and surf fishing. Birding is very popular in the Rehoboth Beach area, and Gordon’s Pond offers an opportunity to observe many species such as osprey, piping plover and the American bald eagle. Rehoboth Beach also has shops of all kinds, restaurants and an exciting nightlife.

To the south of Rehoboth is Dewey Beach, a natural sandbar community that boasts an ocean on one side of the street and a bay on the other. This town is popular for water sports such as skimboarding, windsurfing and catamaran sailing. Sunsets over the bay in Dewey Beach are nothing short of spectacular. Just a short drive from Rehoboth Beach are the historic towns of Lewes and Cape May, New Jersey. For convenience, a ferry takes passengers across Delaware Bay from one town to the other. Lewes is called “The First Town in the First State,” founded in 1631 by the Dutch. It sits on Cape Henlopen where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic. A small, quiet community, Lewes is known for its fishing marinas, beautiful beaches, and nature center and bird sanctuaries. A half-mile square of town contains some of the oldest buildings, plus art galleries, antique shops, boutiques and bed & breakfast inns. Across the Bay is the Victorian town of Cape May, New Jersey. The entire town has been declared a National Historic Landmark and is a must-see for history buffs. Dozens of Victorian era homes with Gingerbread trim, turrets and gables line the shore and have been turned into charming bed & breakfast inns and guest houses and restaurants. The Delaware Memorial Bridge is another interesting attraction near Rehoboth Beach. It is the world’s longest suspension bridge located on the Delaware River, just north of the Delaware Bay.


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