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Rehoboth Beach: 10 Things to Do before Summer Ends

Cap Off Your Summer with these Rehoboth Beach Activities

Fall is just around the corner. Before the leaves begin to change and the temperatures drop, make the most of what’s left of summer in Rehoboth Beach, as well as nearby Lewes and Dewey Beach. Here are our top 10 things to do before summer ends.

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  1. Hit the Beach One Last Time

A trip to Rehoboth Beach is best capped off by spending some time in the surf and sand. Visit Rehoboth Beach’s family-friendly shores for a day of fun on the water and in the sand. Even though school is back in session, a summer weekend is the perfect time to bring the whole family out for one last day at the beach.

  1. Stroll along the Boardwalk

While the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk is accessible year-round, some of the best activities, attractions, restaurants and shops close after the summer. Featured on National Geographic’s list of the “Top 10 U.S. Boardwalks,” the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk is the epicenter of summer fun. This may be your last chance to indulge in your favorite boardwalk bites, listen to live music at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand and enjoy the rides and games at Funland.

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  1. Experience Family Fun at Funland

While you’re on the boardwalk, make your way down to Funland. The whole family will love the rides and attractions at Funland, Rehoboth Beach’s boardwalk amusement park. Twist and turn on the rollercoasters or have some friendly competition playing the midway games. Funland’s summer season ends on Sunday, Sept. 8.

  1. Experience Rehoboth Beach’s Water Sports

The Delaware coastline is the perfect destination for thrilling watersports. Whether you choose surfing, jet skiing, paddling, parasailing or one of the other exciting watersports, you’re sure to enjoy your time on the water.

Head to nearby Dewey Beach for a parasailing adventure. Dewey Beach Parasail sends riders soaring 500–800 feet above the water. You’ll love taking in the bird’s-eye views of the coastline.

  1. Make a Splash at Jungle Jim’s

Jungle Jim’s is the largest waterpark in Delaware. Both kids and adults will love making a splash on the park’s rides and slides, as well as in the wave pool or along the lazy river. In addition to the refreshing water attractions, Jungle Jim’s also features mini golf, batting cages and a restaurant. Jungle Jim’s summer season ends Monday, Sept. 2.

  1. Have a Meal Outside

The warm weather in Rehoboth Beach beckons you outside for a number of activities. Why not also enjoy a meal outside? Rehoboth Beach is known as Delaware’s culinary coast, meaning there are plenty of restaurants to delight your palate. Before the summer season ends, enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner on an outdoor patio. You’ll not only have a great meal but also a fantastic view of beach.

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  1. Enjoy a Drink at a Beach Front Bar

It’s not just eating you can do under the summer sunshine. Rehoboth Beach and nearby Dewey Beach also have several bars with large outdoor patios where you can enjoy locally brewed craft beer, glass of wine or frozen cocktail. Along with fantastic drinks, many of these bars also boast fun lawn games, fantastic views and live music. These drinking venues can be perfect for the whole family, including your pets.

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  1. Hit the Links

Summon your inner Jack Nicklaus and tee off at one of the many first-rate courses near Rehoboth Beach. There are several public courses in the area, each with a distinctive layout and atmosphere. The natural beauty of this area shines through at all area courses, providing a serene environment for total relaxation

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  1. Spend the Day at a State Park

Explore a different side to Rehoboth Beach by visiting one of the local state parks. Delaware Seashore State Park in Rehoboth Beach and Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes offer different experiences. Discover the World War II observation towers at Cape Henlopen State Park or simply relax on the more secluded beaches. Find plenty of family-friendly activities on the waterways at Delaware Seashore State Park. Here you’ll be surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Rehoboth Bay and Indian River Bay. All three are perfect for fishing, swimming, kayaking and more.

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  1. Have Some Fun on a Budget

Have some free fun before summer is over when you visit Rehoboth Beach. There are a number of exciting things to do in Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach and Lewes that won’t break the bank. Play disc golf at Cape Henlopen State Park, catch a concert at the bandstand, or explore the exhibits and artifacts at the Rehoboth Beach Museum. Save even more money by browsing our coupons.

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