Boardwalks in Delaware
Check Out these Boardwalks on the Delaware Beaches
There’s so much to see and do when you visit the Delaware Beaches. From Lewes to Fenwick Island, the attractions and activities available are virtually endless. A classic staple to any beach community is a boardwalk. These boardwalks can be the perfect locale for family fun, ocean-front dining and much more. Explore these boardwalks located within the Delaware Beaches.
Boardwalks on the Delaware Beaches
Here are the boardwalks you’ll find on the Delaware Beaches.
Bethany Beach Boardwalk
While the Bethany Beach Boardwalk is less than a half-mile long, its full of charm and maintains an old-fashioned appeal. With its short distance, the Bethany Beach Boardwalk is perfect for taking a walk. Along the way, visit the quintessential beach shops, eateries and stop to listen to live music at the Bethany Beach Bandstand. During the summer season, the bandstand is the site of Bethany Beach’s Summer Concert Series. You can find other events happening along the boardwalk as well.
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Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk
Recognized as one of the best beach boardwalks in the country by numerous travel magazines and websites, the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk bustles with activity during summertime. People from all over come to traverse the boardwalks and browse the shops, dine at the restaurants and enjoy the amusements. Grab a sweet treat from Candy Kitchen then head to Funland or one of the other family-friendly amusements on the boardwalk.
The Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk also plays host to a number of wonderful events for every age and interest throughout the year. Rent a bike and see all of what the one-mile boardwalk has to offer.
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Want convenient access to the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk? Book your stay at one of the hotels located right along the boardwalk. This puts you just steps away from some of the area’s best attractions, shops and restaurants, as well as the beach. The Boardwalk Plaza Hotel offers guests a peaceful reprieve during their vacation while still being conveniently located to all of the action on the boardwalk.
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Gordon’s Pond Trail
Cape Henlopen State Park is a great place for an outdoor adventure. The 5,139-acre park has plenty of areas to explore. Stroll over Cape Henlopen’s elevated boardwalk, along the Gordon Pond Trail. While this boardwalk differs greatly from the other two, it’s a wonderful spot to take in the serene marches and sprawling dunes within the state park. Walk or ride your bike across this boardwalk.