Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, United States
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Rehoboth Beach Information

About Rehoboth Beach

Rehoboth Beach is a small, sandy beach town located on the Atlantic Coast in Sussex County, Delaware. Nicknamed “The Nations Summer Capital" vacationers flock to this charming area from May to September. Rehoboth Beach holds a number of other titles as well, including “Best Place to Retire" (AARP) and “Best Beach Boardwalk in America" (Reader’s Digest). While the hotter summer months are the most popular time to visit, Rehoboth Beach boasts a mild winter, which in turn makes it a prime winter destination, too. Some of Rehoboth Beach’s signature events occur in the wintertime, including the Sea Witch Festival (October), Rehoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival (October), and Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival (November). Less crowded than nearby Ocean City, Rehoboth is known for being a quaint family-friendly and gay-friendly vacation destination that inspires visitors to make a tradition out of their annual Rehoboth Beach trip.

Things to do in Rehoboth Beach

For starters, go to the beach! As the name suggests Rehoboth Beach is most famous for its namesake beach, as well as Delaware Seashore State Park and Poodle Beach on Queen Street. The beaches are clean, warm, non-smoking, and are optimal for surfing, kayaking, and skimboarding. Other nearby beaches include Cape Henlopen, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Lewes and Fenwick Island, which are just a Jolley Trolley ride away! Apart from the beach, Rehoboth features beautiful natural sites such as Junction and Breakwater Trail, Gordon’s Pond, and Silver Lake. Feel the wind in your hair with a boat rental ride along the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal or by the Delaware Breakwater East End Light. Families traveling with children will enjoy a day trip to Jungle Jim’s, Delaware’s largest waterpark, or DelMarVa Board Sport Adventures for paddle boarding and other water activities. The adults in your group will relish an afternoon at Nassau Valley Vineyards, the oldest and largest winery in Delaware and the entire family can attend a Clear Space Theatre Company performance. Take some time to learn about the history of Rehoboth at the Indian River Life-Saving Museum at Delaware Seashore State Park, Rehoboth Beach Museum, or Ryes Holt House, the oldest standing house in Delaware. Highly rated restaurants and brew pubs, including the famous Dogfish Head Brewery, pack Rehoboth Avenue, making it a haven for both craft-beer enthusiasts and foodies. Rehoboth Beach’s tax-free shopping outlets and mix of eclectic boutique shops also help set this charming town apart from its nearby beach counterparts. No trip to Rehoboth Beach would be complete without a trip to the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, which is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and kid-friendly entertainment options like Funland, an amusement park, and Beach Arcade.

Rehoboth Beach Accommodations

Most Rehoboth Beach visitors travel into town via car along Delaware Route 1 or the more scenic Coastal Highway. The closest airport to Rehoboth Beach is the Salisbury-Ocean City-Wicomico Regional Airport, about an hour away by car. Larger airports within two hours driving distance are the Philadelphia International Airport and the Baltimore Washington International Airport. DART First State operates bus services between neighboring beaches, Route 206 stops, the Rehoboth Park and Ride, and Wilmington. During the summer months, the open-air Jolley Trolley will take you along scenic routes to nearby Dewey Beach and Bethany Beach. The most popular to get around town is by bike, which can be rented from Atlantic Cycles. Tripping.com’s selection of vacation rentals in Rehoboth Beach ranges from waterfront villas and beachfront condos with private boat docks to secluded golf course homes and everything in between!

Weather in Rehoboth Beach

Hi: 7.2°
Lo: -1.1°
January
Hi: 8.9°
Lo: -0.6°
February
Hi: 12.8°
Lo: 2.8°
March
Hi: 18.3°
Lo: 7.8°
April
Hi: 23.3°
Lo: 12.8°
May
Hi: 28.3°
Lo: 18.3°
June
Hi: 30.6°
Lo: 21.1°
July
Hi: 29.4°
Lo: 20.6°
August
Hi: 26.1°
Lo: 17.2°
September
Hi: 20.6°
Lo: 11.1°
October
Hi: 15°
Lo: 6.1°
November
Hi: 9.4°
Lo: 1.1°
December

Vacation Rentals in Rehoboth Beach

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Vacation home rentals found on Tripping.com offer more amenities than the average hotel room along with many of the comforts of home. Going on a business trip or need to stay connected? 1236 homes in Rehoboth Beach offer high-speed WiFi Internet so you won’t miss a beat. Travelling with kids? Let them splash around in any of the 702 rentals with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with the family in one of the 1038 homes with cable TV.

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