Get on the beach early if you want a good spot!
If you are staying in town, (you are a lucky dog) you best grab your spot early. The beaches near the hotels fill up fast. You can pack a lunch to save $$, but boardwalk grazing is excellent in Rehoboth.
Dolphins Around Town #2
#17, (Top Left) Laura Simon & Katherine Bishop for CAMP REHOBOTH
Artist, Sandra Arkin
#16, (Top Right) The Shops of 33 Baltimore
Artist, Debbie Abblyby, Marliyn Nugent, & Kimberly Donald
# 05, (Bottom Left) Alison Bateman, Jack Lingo Realtors, & Bernie Bateman, Blvd. Ford
Artist, Courtney Bateman
#21, (Bottom Right) Aerie Art Galery
Artist, Prof. Jinchul Kim & Salsbury Art Students.
Rehoboth Beach - good for an escape to the sea
Rehoboth Beach is really nice for a few daus at the Atlantic Ocean. I am not such a big fan of the New York and New Jersey coast and just think that (from upstate NY anyway), the Delaware beaches are the prettiest that are most easily accessible. Rehoboth is real close if you come from Philadelphia or D.C., only about two hours.
I must say much of the town itself is not that pleasing to the eye. It's quite strippy, with outlets, chain restaurants, motels, gas stations etc. However, they's got a nice boardwalk, and the beaches in the area are beautiful. and being at the beach is really all you want after all. I love being in Rehoboth in the off-season. the weather can be great and you've got all the beaches to yourself. I hear in the summer it's extremely crowded.
So for a quick escape to the sea, it's ideal!