Expert Travel Advice to Rehoboth Beach

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    Florida and SoCal may get more sun-blasted fanfare, but the honeycombed coves of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis, and the wide stretches of Delaware beaches are ripe for family-centric exploration. And that's even without mentioning the crabs.... Away Travel

Top Answers To Rehoboth Beach Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    I was in Rehoboth last year with my family, though I suspect that it's quite a bit more developed three decades on. Still, it's a great spot to visit with the family, with an easily accessible beach/boardwalk and family-friendly restaurants and activities. Check out the following link for local real-estate listings, as much of the accommodation is private vacation-rentals and condos as opposed to hotels. If you can't find anything that suits in Rehoboth, take a look at Dewey, too, which is similarly family-friendly, if not even more laid-back. http://bit.ly/e5oitM
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Yes Rehoboth Beach is good for body surfing. Bethany Beach is also another good beach to body surf.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Yes it is wheelchair accessible. And yes there is plenty of places to get out inthe sun.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    If you don't mind taking a partial toll road, the best way to get to Rehoboth Beach is to take I-95 S for about 27 miles. Exit left onto I-295 N toward New Castle/Del Memorial Bridge and follow that for 1.8 miles. Take the US-13 N exit toward Wilmington, and then shortly after that you will exit right at US-13 S/US-40 W/N Dupont Pkwy. Take that for 3.5 miles and exit onto DE-1 S for 75.8 miles. That will take you right to Rehoboth Beach. Have a safe trip!

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