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Baltimore Ave. & Boardwalk
Located within the City limits, Rehoboth Beach has it all. Stroll the mile-long boardwalk, relax on the beach, swim in the Atlantic, and visit the exquisite local shops and restaurants. There is no beach fee-use of the beach is free.
Located just south of Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach offers waterfront casual dining, bay side shopping, recreation and nightlife. The town is one mile long and three blocks wide and surrounded by water -- the Atlantic marks the eastern border and Rehoboth Bay sits to the west. There is no beach fee. This also is a free beach.
Cape Henlopen State Park
On the water where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. This 3,000-acre park near Lewes has the famous "walking" sand dunes, nature trails with guides, a nature center, camping bathhouses, tennis courts, recreation areas and areas for surf fishing and swimming. The park, located in Lewes, is home of the "Great Walking Dune" and WWII Observation Tower. Call 302-645-8983 for information. To reserve a campsite, call 1-877-987-2757 or visit www.destateparks.com.
Delaware Seashore State Park
Water, water everywhere describes Delaware Seashore State Park. Bounded on the east by the mighty Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by Rehoboth Bay and Indian River Bay, the 2,018-acre park is a beach-goer's delight. Camping, bathhouses and recreational activities available, 302-227-2800-office and 302-539-7202-campground.
Fenwick Island State Park
Situated between the popular resort towns of Bethany Beach to the north and Fenwick Island and Ocean City, MD to the south, Fenwick Island State Park is a relaxing escape from the summer crowds, 302-539-9060.
Killen's Pond State Park
Natural and recreational opportunities abound at Killen's Pond State Park, centrally located in the heart of Kent County. The park's centerpiece is the 66-acre millpond, which features boating and fishing, 302-284-4526, office and 302-284-3412, campground.
Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
Trap Pond State Park
Freshwater wetlands once covered a large portion of southwestern Sussex County. Trap Pond State Park retains a part of the swamp's original beauty and mystery, and features the northernmost natural stand of Bald Cypress trees in the United States, 302-875-5153-office and 302-875-2392-campground.
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