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3 Delaware Seashores to Explore This Summer

Delaware SeashoresIf you are looking for soft sand, uncrowded beaches, and sand dunes, hit the Delaware seashores this summer. The virgin beaches will let you experience the quietude on one hand and offer easy access to a few happening destinations in the vicinity, on the other hand. Here are a few select beaches to enjoy in the Free State:

Rehoboth Beach

Known as the nation’s summer capital, Rehoboth is free and family friendly.Features like lifeguards and umbrellas are available free of cost. During the summer months, the place is thronged by a number of Washington, D.C. tourists including prominent Congressmen and their families and friends. The one-mile long boardwalk is dotted with rides and games. There is an amusement center called Funland, which is famous for affordably-priced kid’s games including Wac-a- Mole, Flushing Meadows, and Frog Bog. The most exciting part is that kids are offered prizes simply for playing games out here. During the peak seasons, getting a parking spot can be a challenge. It will be better to park your RV in a nearby RV park and take a Delaware Area Rapid Transit (DART) bus to reach the beach.

Dewey Beach

This beach is just ideal for adults on the lookout for some nighttime excitements. If you are traveling with your family, spend the day at the Rehoboth Beach and head to Dewy to experience its nightlife. The beach is less crowded than Rehoboth but it has no boardwalk. Who cares for them anyway when you have miles of soft, sandy shorelines to indulge in a lot of fun activities along with your fellow travelers?

Delaware Seashore State Park

On the south end of Delaware’s coastline lies the Delaware Seashore State Park. A posh beach town, this state park offers an eclectic mix of miles of white dunes and ocean. If you want shallow water devoid of crushing waves, head to the Rehoboth Bay which lies just across the shore. Drive along the Coastal Highway to reach the bay area. Besides enjoying a splash in the warm water, here you can get to watch the antics of horseshoe crabs that are better known as ‘living fossils.’

Delaware may be small in size, but it’s by no means short on beauty or activities. So, head to the Free State this summer to enjoy its fantastic beaches. And in case you are looking for a well-maintained, used motor home, contact us here.