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Step outside and discover why the Delaware Beach Area is the perfect destination for things to do outdoors! You can always find beautiful outside activities, in and around Lewes, Rehoboth, Dewey, Bethany & Fenwick Island, such as fishing, boating, golfing on top courses, hiking through state parks, biking on the boardwalk, taking a helicopter tour, surfing, skating, kayaking, paddle boarding, dolphin watching, whale watching, enjoying a sunset cruise, swimming and jet skiing. Use our guide to plan your vacation!    

1904 Coastal Highway

Dewey Beach, DE 19971

Phone: (302) 227-7087

At Alley-Oop we take pride in offering superior instruction, coaching, and guidance for skimboarding, surfing, and skateboarding. Skim professional Jason Wilson and our experienced instructors give motivation and encouragement while passing along their knowledge to help participants improve their skills.

32851 Greens Way

Long Neck, DE 19966

Phone: (302) 945-6280

Set amidst a forest of oaks, pines and flowering dogwoods, Baywood’s winding streets, tree-lined sidewalks, picket fences and timeless architecture feel like a neighborhood from generations past. At the same time, it's one of today's finest resorts, with championship golf as its centerpiece, a magnificent community center, marinas, beaches, swimming, outstanding shopping and fine dining all just minutes away. 

174 Rehoboth Avenue

Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

Phone: (302) 227-7600

The team at Bike To Go has over 30 years of experience in bicycle retail and repair. From the moment you walk in the door, you are ensured friendly, expert service including information on all the great area bike tours. Bike To Go offers boardwalk cruisers, tandem bikes for couples cycling, hybrid bikes, strollers, youth bikes, child seats, bike trailers and trail-a-bike. They also rent wheelchairs. Rest assure that you’ll roll out of this shop looking like a pro.

15099 Cape Henlopen Drive

Lewes, DE 19958

Phone: (302) 645-8983

Cape Henlopen's beaches attract thousands of visitors who enjoy everything from ocean swimming, boating, fishing, and kayaking to clamming, paddle-boarding and wind-surfing. But Cape Henlopen offers more than just the ocean and bays. The park's premiere trails offer hiking and biking exploration. A designated swimming beach, accessible from the Lewes entrance to the park, provides lifeguard patrols between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day.

43 Cape Henlopen Drive

Lewes, DE 19958

Phone: (800) 643-3779

Where each crossing on the Delaware Bay can be the backdrop for a host of wonderful new memories and epic family stories. Whatever your final destination, we'll help you arrive with a smile. Once on board, you get to sit back and relax while you cruise past historic lighthouses, picturesque harbors, and local wildlife. You may even have your very own dolphin pod or whale escort.

36840 Coastal Highway

Fenwick Island, DE 19944

Phone: (800) 539-7999

Coastal Kayak is a full service kayak eco-tour, kayak, paddleboard, sailboat and instructional business in Fenwick Island, Delaware. We are in our 17th year and are the most experienced kayak eco-tour operators on Delmarva. We are only one mile north of Ocean City, Maryland. We also rent sailboats and standup paddleboards.

39415 Inlet Road

Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

Phone: (302) 227-2800

Two ocean swimming areas, patrolled by lifeguards from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily during the summer season, feature modern bathhouses with showers, changing rooms and concession stands. The beach just north of the Inlet is one of the few surfing areas within the park. Mobi-Mat equipment, consisting of three 30-foot mats allowing those in wheelchairs and power chairs to access the beach from the boardwalk, is also available at the Towers Ocean and South Inlet locations.

113 Dickinson Street

Dewey Beach, DE 19971

Phone: (302) 227-9507

Delaware’s largest and most experienced! We are Delaware’s largest and most experienced parasail operators. With a perfect safety record, we offer the most scenic and tranquil views of the Delaware coast. Our professional staff guarantees a memorable experience!

2992 Lighthouse Road

Milford, DE 19963

Phone: (302) 422-1329

DNREC's DuPont Nature Center is a science-based educational and interpretive facility with interactive exhibits designed to connect people with the Delaware Bay's natural history and ecology. More than 130 species of birds, fish, shellfish, and other animals can be found in the surrounding estuary habitat.

107 Anglers Road

Lewes, DE 19958

Phone: (302) 645-8862

Welcome to Fisherman’s Wharf, down by the Lewes, Delaware drawbridge. It’s a family affair here where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, with three generations of Parsons to serve you! Our fleet includes head boats, deep sea charter boats, cruising, and sightseeing vessels. We have something for everyone: daily fishing trips, evening cruises, and even dolphin watching. With endless opportunities for fun, your friends and family will never get bored!

8295 Brick Granary Road

Lincoln, DE 19960

Phone: (302) 491-6614

From resort style amenities, beautiful facilities, to theme weekends, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Delaware Beaches is a great family vacation destination. Visits with Yogi Bear, Boo Boo and Cindy Bear, Themed weekends never leave you bored, Refreshing pool to stay and play, Hay rides, arcade games, playgrounds and campfires, Well-stocked camp store with everything you need, Local attractions for the adventurous and Free Wi-Fi.

 

Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

The Junction and Breakwater Trail is a 6mi long rail trail located on the southwestern side of Cape Henlopen State Park connecting Lewes and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, United States. It is the third rail trail built in Delaware and it is the longest in the state. It follows the former Pennsylvania Railroad Rehoboth Beach branch that once transported passengers to several Methodist resort camps along the Atlantic coast. The line was abandoned by the Penn Central in the early 1970s.

11978 Turkle Pond Road

Milton, DE 19968

Phone: (302) 684-8419

Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a 10,144 acre refuge officially established in 1963 under the authority of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act “for use as an inviolate sanctuary, or for any other management purpose, for migratory birds.” It is located on the west shore of the Delaware Bay, approximately 22 miles southeast of Dover, the State capital, and 64 miles southeast of Wilmington, Delaware.

27052 Broadkill Road, Milton, DE 19968

Phone: (302) 684-3000

6152 S. Rehoboth Blvd, Milford, DE 19963

Phone: (302) 422-7010

Located near historic Rehoboth Beach, The Rookery provides two public, unique 18-hole golfing experiences. Join us for a relaxing day on the links!

38931 Madison Avenue, Fenwick Island

Selbyville, DE 19975

Phone: (302) 436-8500

Enjoy Parasailing high above the coastline at Delaware's most experienced location. Our crew will guarantee you and your family will enjoy every moment of our 1000 ft., 800ft., or 600 ft rides. Because of our experience, our crew can fly up to three people at a time! PRIVATE CHARTERS ARE AVAILABLE! Check out all of our special occasion parasailing adventures!

24376 Winners Circle

Millsboro, DE 19966

Phone: (302) 645-1651

Winswept Stables is a leading provider of horse boarding and riding instruction, we take pride in offering the best in both. We are dedicated to fulfilling the needs of our customers each and every day. We have been in business for over 30 years and have served the local community by bringing people and horses together through quality care and instruction. 

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