Rehoboth Beach, Delaware - Things to Do
Celebrating more than 130 years as a seaside resort, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, offers a wealth of amusements, family attractions, events, outdoor events and recreation, and spectacular oceanfront dining.
Stroll the sparkling sands of Rehoboth Beach, take a thrill ride on the Boardwalk midway, catch a movie, concert, or sporting event on the beach, shop at discount outlets and other tax-free stores, and sample fresh seafood at one of Rehoboth"s many top-notch restaurants. It"s all within easy walking distance of the Oceanus Motel, the best motel bargain in
Rehoboth Beach, DE Boardwalk -
Our regionally acclaimed traditional boardwalk features a wide mile-long pathway skirting a sparkling strand of beach with a centrally located bandstand offering free concerts and entertainment for all ages. A wide variety of unique shops and restaurants line the boardwalk and Funland on the Boardwalk features very affordable entertainment for the whole family, including 18 rides, 13 midway games, and an arcade with video and pinball amusements. Visit www.funlandrehoboth.com.
Tanger Outlets in Rehoboth Beach, DE -
Tax-free shopping and more than 130 discount outlet stores make the Tanger Outlets a must-stop for bargain hunters. Stores include Polo, Nike, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Coach, J. Crew, and many more. For more information, go to www.tangeroutlet.com/rehobothbeach.
Rehoboth Beach, DE Golfing -
The Rehoboth Beach & Bay area offers 12 public golf courses for all skill levels. Midway Par 3 is an inexpensive executive course and Old Landing Golf Course offers a long established traditional length course. For an experience to remember, Baywood Greens is an 18-hole full championship course with clubhouse, gardens, and other amenities - truly beautiful and very challenging!. Nearby Jack Nicklaus-designed courses include Bayside Resort Golf Club in Selbyville and The Peninsula on the Indian River Bay in nearby Millsboro.
Rehoboth Bay, Delaware -
Naturalist-led canoe and kayak outings are regularly offered through several of Delaware's renowned state parks. Explore Rehoboth and Indian River bays thru Delaware Seashore State Park or step up to the challenge of Delaware Bay at Cape Henlopen State Park You can also access miles of sheltered water canoe trails at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. For guided tours, contact Quest Fitness and Kayak, www.questfitnesskayak.com.
Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware -
Ocean swimming, surf and pier fishing, miles of unspoiled beach, even more miles of paved and unpaved hiking and biking trails, and beachcombing are the prime diversions at this 3,000-acre park in nearby Lewes, Delaware. A Nature Center with a small aquarium and touch tank is a great place to take the kids, and the historic WWII observation tower and gunnery sites are also worth a visit. For details, go to www.destateparks.com/park/cape-henlopen/index.asp.
Fisherman's Wharf, Lewes, DE
- Offers daily full and half day headboats visit www.fishlewes.com
, one of Delaware's best charter boats in the GRIZZLY visit www.grizzlysportfishing.com
, dolphin and whale watching cruises, dinner cruises, and a fully stocked tackle shop staffed by local experts who can point you to all the hot spots. visit www.tiderunnerstackle.com
Nassau Valley, Delaware Vineyards -
Located just a short drive from Rehoboth Beach, this farm and winery produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Chardonnay and offers free tours and tastings. Open Tues-Sat, 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm. Visit www.nassauvalley.com.
Rehoboth Beach, DE Festivals & Events -
Rehoboth Beach offers a flurry of activities and events all season long. Popular events include Spring and Fall Sidewalk Sales, Fourth of July Fireworks on the beach, the Rehoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival, and the Sea Witch Festival, and so many more. For more events, go to www.rehoboth.com.