Delaware Beaches are a favorite vacation destination for many families
Bethany Beach is a 7-mile stretch of sand packed beaches that hug the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Located in the southeastern corner of Delaware, Bethany Beach, is like a mini resort community complete with a boardwalk and nightlife for visitors to enjoy. The popularity of this small beach community has sky rocketed in recent years, but it is still much more slow paced than most of the New Jersey beach communities.
Dewey Beach, Delaware is located on a small strip of land that is situated between the mighty Atlantic Ocean and the Rehoboth Bay. The town is about a mile in length and just two short blocks wide. The small size doesn’t impede the rush of tourism to Dewey.
Located just to the north of the popular resort town of Ocean City, Maryland and just to the south of the more subdued beach town of Bethany, Delaware, Fenwick Island is a must see. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Little Assawomen Bay on the other, Fenwick is ideal for those who love water-sports and nature.
Founded in 1631, the town of Lewes, Delaware is known as the “First town in the first state.” The locals take great pride in the rich history of their town and there are numerous historical sites preserved for viewing.
Located in Sussex County, Delaware, Long Neck is a beach resort community with a small town America feel. With just 2.5 square miles of land and water combined, Long Neck isn’t a very big community, but it is well-known for its golf and water access.
Located in Sussex County, Delaware, Rehoboth Beach is one of the most popular of the Delaware beaches. Considered by many to be “The Nation’s Summer Capital” Rehoboth is a popular summer vacation destination for residents of Washington, D.C. along with other nearby states like Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania.