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What would a beach town be without mini golf? Mini golf is a summer time favorite with our family! The sandy beaches, soothing waves and warming sun are all wonderful, but we often seek out other activities, too. We had promised to take the grandkids one pleasant afternoon--it wasn't too hot, nor too windy...just perfect for time together.
Updated Jan 26, 2007
Anybody can hang out in Rehoboth. You can find something neat there whether you are single or married-with-children or anyplace on the spectrum.
I think this is one of the greatest places to visit in America.
Big Oaks Campground is close to town, with a bus stop in the campground. This is an affordable way to enjoy staying at Rehoboth if on a low budget.
Written Sep 22, 2006
Address: Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, USA
Skeeball is a fun thing to play in almost any of the arcades on the boardwalk. I'd actually rather do that then sit on a hot beach in the sun. Support the skeeball, so they keep them and don't swap everything out to computer games. I can't find any pinball machines anymore :(
Written Aug 8, 2006
Address: boardwalk, rehoboth beach
All Saints Episcopal Church is one of Rehoboth's historic landmarks. It was established in 1892, just a few short years after the town of Rehoboth itself was founded. The interior of the church is beautiful in its engineering and plain design. The walls are a plain white and the steep vaulted ceiling a hard wood. There are huge exposed beams that give the building a very rustic look.
Written May 2, 2006
Address: 18 Olive Ave
Well, most people come here for the beach, so here it is . . . my beach tip. Personally, I prefer the mountains to the beach (I'm tan enough). I spent about 45 minutes sitting on the beach, before I got hot and bored. In my opinion, Rehoboth sucks in the summer months. You'd have to come to the beach at 3 am to get a space to yourself (well, it's actually closed at that time of night!). It's way too crowded for my taste. The sand is nice and it's relatively safe, with lifeguards monitoring the action. The boardwalk makes all the conveniences close (food, water, etc.).
Updated Jul 31, 2005
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!
Updated Jul 31, 2005
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.
Written Jul 20, 2005
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
Written Aug 17, 2004
Address: The Beach
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.
Updated Jul 7, 2003
Address: Indian River Inlet, DE State Seashore Park
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.
Written Feb 15, 2003
Address: 4 North First St. Rehoboth Beach DE
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