Things to Do
Rehoboth Beach & Boardwalk
Locals and guests to the City of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware claim our quaint and charming mile long boardwalk as one of the City's best attractions. Flanked by eclectic shops, restaurants, business and family amusements, the boardwalk is one of the reasons Rehoboth Beach was named "The Best Family Beach on the East Coast." Rehoboth Beach is no longer a one season resort. Throughout the year, our boardwalk is a backdrop for festivals and events, fitness competitions or just a daily stroll by foot or bike.
Cape Henlopen State Park
Situated at the mouth of the Delaware Bay sits Cape Henlopen State Park and its 6+ miles of coastline. The “Point” of Cape Henlopen, where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, shaped the history of this landscape. The area’s strategic position led to the construction of Fort Miles during World war II with its iconic fire control towers along the Atlantic coast. A diverse collection of habitats makes up the coastal ecosystem of Cape Henlopen State Park. Barrier dune, coastal beaches, and maritime forest are home to many species of plants and animals. Visitors can visit the Seaside Nature Center to participate in an interpretive program or learn about the park’s native plants and animals.
Cape May - Lewes Ferry
We're sailing daily! We're welcoming all methods of travel - vehicles, foot passengers and bicycles - and the indoor salon seating area of the vessels and our terminals are open. Come join us aboard the vessel, or stop by the terminals for lunch or dinner at Grain On the Rocks in Lewes, or at On the Rocks - now managed by Exit Zero Hospitality - in Cape May.