There are plenty of interesting beach homes in the neighborhoods lining the beachfront. Take a walk a couple of blocks away from the water (1st Street is one block off the boardwalk, then 2nd Street, etc.) and you'll see all sorts of different architectural styles, but most have a decidedly beach-like feel. While the homes were nice, the constant crowds and cars roaming the streets looking for parking did not give me any desire to pick up and move here!
Build a sandcastle. Remember to bring all the toys of the trade… buckets and shovels. Rehoboth provides the sand and the water. Start by digging a hole close to the shore to get down to the water table. Place the wet sand in the bucket, pack firmly and quickly turn over to build a small tower. Repeat.
When your at the beach go down to the wet sand and dig and youll find a sand crab. Dont worry they won't pinich you. It's fun to see how many you find and to find a big one. Most are about the size of a finger nail
This is a state park campground, if you like the water, it is right on it. Nice weather only for this trip. No shade at this camp site, but the fishing is great and right there.
You may notice the lack of people in this shot. You can not find a empty spot on the beach such as this in Rehoboth Beach. You CAN find a spot like this at Indian River Inlet, a 15 minute drive from Rehoboth.
Suparna Mehra, we call her 'the witch doctor'. She can make the hurt stop, help your love life, your sinuses, your arthritis, bad circulation, need perfume? She will customize one for you. Movie stars, doctors, massage therapists come from all over the north east to see this lady. It is a lot of fun go check her out! We went one Valentines Day as a lark, and are 6 year repeat visitors, at least twice a year.
On a night with a full moon, its great to go to the beach in late afternoon, avoiding the sun's harsh rays and the big crowds. Watch out for moon burn :)