Something for Everyone
Forests, rivers, parks and campgrounds provide the ideal setting for some of the state's best outdoor adventures. Canoeing. Fishing. Golfing. Biking. Hiking. Horse-riding. Hunting. Boating. There's something for everyone
Hundreds of stores, restaurants, hotels, B&Bs, a boardwalk and a gorgeous ocean view await visitors to downtown Rehoboth Beach. Visit wonderful boutique shops, awesome gourmet restaurants plus casual eateries, with beach favorites like taffy, funnel cakes, custard and goodies galore. There's something for everyone year round.
Take a walk on the mile-long boardwalk or watch the sunset over the bay. Enjoy a stroll in the sand, or visit historic points such as the Fenwick Lighthouse. Fish, sail, bike, or just relax on the beach. Located within three hours of metropolitan areas.
A full-service drop zone offering high-quality instruction by experienced, professional instructors. Whether you are a student or an experienced skydiver, we have the facilities, staff and aircraft to get you in the air with less waiting and more fun.
Cape May-Lewes Ferry
Operates between historic Lewes and Victorian Cape May, NJ. The crossing is 17 miles and takes approximately 80 minutes. Foot passengers or vehicles are welcome. During the season, shuttles take walk-on passengers to local destinations. Reservations for vehicles can be made toll-free or online.
QUEST Fitness and Kayak
Outdoor fitness programs and kayak tours in the Lewes area. Tours offered include sunrise/sunset, pints and paddles, dolphin count, historic paddle, creek trips, shipwreck tours and private tours. Fitness center offers earth sports and adventure fitness training.
Overfalls Maritime Museum Foundation, The
A steel lightship built in 1938. In service with the Coast Guard until 1971. Docked in the city of Lewes Harbor since 1972. Restoration began in 2000. All volunteer labor. Come and see our work in progress on one of only 17 remaining lightships.