Things to Do this Spring Break in Rehoboth Beach

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Spend Your Spring Break in Rehoboth Beach

Spring Break is the perfect time of year for all ages to visit Rehoboth Beach. Whether you’re a family with children, a group of teenagers or young adults, this coastal destination has something for every interest. You’ll find countless things to do during your spring break vacation in Rehoboth Beach.

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Things to Do this Spring Break in Rehoboth Beach

Here are some of our suggestions on things to do during spring break in Rehoboth Beach.

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Attend a Local Festival and Event

From late February to mid-April, Rehoboth Beach has plenty of events. There’s sure to be something happening during your spring break vacation. Mark your calendar for one of the food festivals, arts and crafts shows, races and more.

Spend the Day at a Local State Park

Everyone knows that Rehoboth Beach is famous for its sandy coastline, but did you know that the city offers plenty of outdoor activities away from the beach? Visit one of the local parks for hiking, biking, kayaking and more. Cape Henlopen State Park and Delaware Seashore State Park are perfect destinations for some fun in the great outdoors.

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Cast a Line for Flounder

Rehoboth Beach is an angler’s paradise year-round. However, spring is when flounder start biting again. Head to a dock along the bay or ocean where you can reel in one of the species of fish that call these waters their home. You can also rent a boat or go on a fishing charter for a longer excursion.

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Have a Meal Outside

When the weather warms up, you’ll want to spend as much time as possible outside. Rehoboth Beach has a number of restaurants with outdoor patio seating and several that are right on the water. Enjoy the fresh seafood catch of the day while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean or inland bays.

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Toast to Your Spring Break

Spring breakers age 21 and older will love having a beer, wine or cocktail at one of Rehoboth Beach’s local bars, breweries or wine bars. Many of these locations have outdoor seating so you can enjoy your drink in the sunshine.

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5 Tips for Planning Spring Break in Rehoboth Beach

Plan the Best Spring Break to Rehoboth Beach

The cold temperatures may not have you thinking of taking a trip to the beach, but before you know it, it will be spring break. Rehoboth Beach is a popular destination for spring breakers of all ages. As you start planning your spring break getaway to Rehoboth Beach, here are a few tips to keep in mind.

5 Tips for Planning Spring Break in Rehoboth Beach

Here are five tips for planning the best spring break in Rehoboth Beach.

  1. Book Early to Find the Best Deals

Booking your trip to Rehoboth Beach early gives you access to early booking offers and deals. Hotels and airlines typically offer discounts when you make your bookings in the off-season. This is a time of year when demand is lower. As demand increases, so do the prices of hotels and airfare.

You’ll have your pick of Rehoboth Beach accommodations when you book in advance. Whether you want to stay right along the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk or a beachfront vacation rental, the options will be virtually endless.

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You can also be on the lookout for coupons from your favorite activities, attractions, restaurants, shops and more on daily deal websites.

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  1. Make a Spring Break Bucket List

After you’ve figured out your spring break destination, start planning the Rehoboth Beach activities and attractions you want to experience. From the beach and boardwalk to bayside dining, shopping and entertainment, Rehoboth Beach has so much to offer. Once you’ve figured out what you want to do, it will be easier to start budgeting for your trip.

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  1. Plan Your Budget

As soon as you figure out where you’re going and what you want to do, start saving your money. When you budget for a vacation, you have to keep in mind all of your expenses, including accommodations, transportation, meals and activities. Plan out how much you want to spend on each and try not to go over that budget while you’re on vacation.

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  1. Get to Know the Area Beforehand

Before you visit Rehoboth Beach, learn more about the area. Rehoboth Beach has so much more to offer than just the beach and boardwalk. Visit the local breweries, restaurants and fun outdoor bars. Nearby Dewey Beach also has plenty of family-friendly activities and attractions.

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  1. Utilize the Delaware Beaches Visitors Guide

When you arrive to Rehoboth Beach, be sure to pick up a Delaware Beaches Visitors Guide. Inside, you’ll find information on activities and attractions, as well as restaurants, shopping, watersports and more. There are also plenty of coupons towards some of the area’s most popular businesses.

Before you leave, browse DelawareBeaches.guide and download the Delaware Beaches Visitors Guide app for even more travel tips, recommendations, coupons and more.

Booking a Rehoboth Beach Vacation Rental

5 Tips for Booking a Vacation Rental in Rehoboth Beach

When you plan a trip to Rehoboth Beach, there are many things to take into account, including where you will stay. There are a number of fantastic hotels, motels and resorts in Rehoboth Beach, but renting a vacation property is the only way to truly enjoy the comforts of home while on vacation.

There are countless of vacation rental properties in Rehoboth Beach to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a romantic cottage-style home or something big enough for family and friends, there are plenty of options. It can be daunting with so many options. Before you book your Rehoboth Beach rental property, keep these tips in mind.

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Booking a Rehoboth Beach Vacation Rental

Here are five tips for booking a vacation rental in Rehoboth Beach.

  1. Look for Properties with Multiple Reviews

A rental property may have spectacular photos that instantly capture your attention, however, pay attention to customer reviews. The best insight into how a rental property is comes from former renters. Reviews allow former renters to share their unfiltered experience at a property. They’ll also give you the inside scoop on the amenities, area and more.

  1. Avoid Scams by Booking through Reputable Sources

There are many sources for booking a rental property in Rehoboth Beach. While AirBnB, VRBO, HomeAway and more are popular vacation rental websites, they often leave room for potential scammers. Rehoboth Beach has many rental companies to choose from, each offering different types of properties all across the city. These companies and their realtors are experts in Rehoboth Beach that will help find the perfect accommodation for your visit.

  1. Read the Fine Print

In life, we typically skim over the fine print of a contract. Before you sign anything and pay any money, be sure to read all of the fine print on the rental agreement. This includes cancellation policy, house rules, hidden fees and more. It’s important to know exactly what your stay in the rental entails before you submit your payment.

  1. Do a Damage Check

Once you arrive to your rental property, do a walk through to check for any damage. If you can’t do this walkthrough with the property owner or a realtor, take pictures to show to the owner or agency immediately. Best case is that the owner or agency already knows about any issues, but it’s better to be safe and protect your security deposit. You’ll also want to check that all of the utilities and appliances, including water, air conditioning units, lights and other electrical outlets, are working.

  1. Ask the Property Owner for Tips on the Area

After you book or once you arrive to your Rehoboth Beach vacation rental, don’t be afraid to ask the realtor or property owner for some advice and/or suggestions. They can be your local guides who give you tips on the area, things to do nearby, parking and more. Or, just pick up a Delaware Beaches Visitors Guide or visit DelawareBeaches.guide to find attractions, activities, restaurants, coupons and so much more.

5 Reasons to Book Your Delaware Beaches Summer Vacation in Winter

Why You Should Start Planning Your Summer Vacation in Winter

With the cold temperatures fast approaching, you may be dreaming of warmer temperatures and lounging on the sand in Rehoboth Beach, Bethany Beach or Lewes. Instead of daydreaming, start planning. While there are several months left of snow and dreary winter weather, that doesn’t mean you can’t think ahead to the summer months. Winter is the perfect time to start planning your Delaware Beaches vacation.

5 Reasons to Book Your Delaware Beaches Summer Vacation in Winter

  1. Get First Dibs on Your Days Off

The summer months offer several desirable days to take off for a vacation to Delaware Beaches. Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day are highly sought-after weekends for a getaway, meaning it can be harder to get these days off. Your coworkers may also be planning to travel on popular days like these, but when you start planning your summer vacation in winter, you’ll have first dibs.

  1. You’re More Likely to Take Your Vacation

According to an annual report from the U.S. Travel Association, more than half of Americans don’t use all their paid vacation days. When you book your travel early, chances are that little will stop you from actually putting work on the back burner. It also gives you something to look forward to in the months leading up to your trip.

  1. More Time for Budgeting

Planning your Delaware Beaches vacation months ahead gives you time to budget and start saving your money. As you start making your vacation plans, you have more time to keep in mind how much all of the activities and attractions you’ll want to experience will cost.

  1. Take Advantage of Early Booking Offers

Booking your trip to Bethany Beach, Rehoboth Beach or Lewes early gives you access to early booking offers and deals. Hotels and airlines typically offer discounts when you make your bookings in the off-season. This is a time of year when demand is lower. As demand increases, so do the prices of hotels and airfare.

You’ll have your pick of Delaware Beaches accommodations when you book in advance. Whether you want to stay right along the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk or a vacation rental, the options will be virtually endless.

Click here to read about hotels in Rehoboth Beach.

Click here to read about vacation rentals in Rehoboth Beach.

You can also be on the lookout for coupons from your favorite activities, attractions, restaurants, shops and more on daily deal websites.

Click here for Delaware Beaches coupons.

  1. More Options for Delaware Beaches Activities and Attractions

As you start planning your Delaware Beaches summer vacation in winter, you’ll notice all the area has to offer in terms of fun and relaxation. Not only can you enjoy these activities and attractions at a lower price since you booked ahead, you’ll also have your pick at more of them. Same as you have first dibs at vacation days when you plan ahead, you’ll have more options when it comes to some of the most in-demand things to do in Delaware Beaches.

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Booking your Delaware Beaches summer vacation in winter gives you plenty of time to figure out exactly what you want to do in this coastal city. For more information on hotels, restaurants, services, attractions and activities, visit DelawareBeaches.guide or pick up a Delaware Beaches Visitors Guide when you arrive.