Rehoboth.com - Rehoboth.com was created by Frank Shuman, in the early 1990s. In 1995 the internet boom was in full effect and Frank saw the potential in creating an informative and reliable source of information for visitors and residents of Rehoboth Beach, and the surrounding communities. He registered not one, but two URLs, Rehoboth.com and Lewes.com. Frank was ahead of his time and involved with the beginning stages of chat rooms and video chat, far before companies AOL and Skype came to be.
jollytrolley.com - The JollyTrolley joins the few iconic and traditional activities to experience in Rehoboth & Dewey Beach. Since 1970 this local transportation service has provided a unique transportation experience that patrons remember for a life time, and return to year after year. Take the best ride in town and feel the summer sun and ocean breezes as you tour the unique sights and establishments in Rehoboth & Dewey Beach. Enjoy the friendly local service with knowledgeable Jolly Drivers who act as local ambassadors and can answer your questions about the area. Park your car and experience travel with a local icon, the JollyTrolley!
Penny Lane - A unique and quiant shopping mall located in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.
- Visitors and residents of Rehoboth Beach encounter various experiences when meandering through downtown Rehoboth Beach. Some may recall the smell of the ocean or freshly cooked french fries, others may remember the active scene of restaurants, shops, and amusements. All experience different evocations, but the feeling and impression of a city or beach town is always molded by specific businesses and identifiable landscapes. Penny Lane is one of the few places in Downtown Rehoboth Beach which offers a wide range of shops and services, and invites patrons to dodge the hustle and bustle of Rehoboth Avenue, and escape to a quaint and unique shopping and sensory experience. From Penny Lane Wine & Spirits, to Dynasty Jewelers, to Fun for All Toys store, to Café Papillon restaurant, Penny Lane offers an abundance of activities and unique vendors that patrons are sure to enjoy. Located between Rehoboth Avenue and Wilmington Avenue, and just a short 400 feet from the Boardwalk, this hidden gem is a favorite of locals and visitors alike.