Near the Atlantic ocean and Delaware Bay. This park has up to 3,000 acres and has walking sand dunes, a nature center, camping, bathhouses, recreation areas, and nature trails with guides and a fishing pier.
Scenic traveling brought to you by the Cape May -Lewes– Ferry. Accepts reservations. Both Cape May and Lewes terminals provide eateries, bars, and small shops. Travel time one way is estimated at 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Delaware Seashore State Park
North of the inlet, you can spot surfers riding the waves. Many coastal areas such south of Dewey Beach to the Indian River inlet have been reserved for public use, courtesy of State of Delaware. Free Admission.
Lewes Historical Society Complex
Driving or walking through Ship Carpenter St and West Third Street, you can admire restored buildings and a country store. Also, take a tour through historic homes in Lewes, DE. Lewes Chamber of Commerce can be reached at 302-645-8073.
Enjoy your afternoon by bringing you lunch and have a glass of wine brought to you by Nassau Vineyards. Nassau Vineyards consists of Orchards, a Winery, and Picnic Tables. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00am –5:00pm, Sunday, Noon-5:00pm, Monday– Closed. 36 Nassau Commons.
Rehoboth Railroad Station
Located at Lighthouse Island park on Rehoboth Ave. near the Rehoboth-Lewes Canal. Great place to stop in for maps, brochures, and information regarding local events.
Located in Lewes. A replica of City Hall from Hoorn, Netherlands. Visit this museum to admire nautical artifacts and sunken treasure from the DeBraak.
Hours of operation Tuesday through Saturday 10:00am until 4:30pm, Sunday 1:30pm until 4:30pm, Monday– Closed. Closed Holidays. Free Admission.
Rehoboth Art League
Holds summer and winter art classes. Every July it has a “Cottage Tour”, exhibits and concerts.