Things To Do
Delaware is rich with adventure, entertainment, relaxation, and history! We love our little state and want to tell the world about it!
Too many to name! You can’t go wrong ordering the Fried Lobster appetizer at Blue Coast and hope they have the Pineapple Crush on the drink menu. Woodys, in Dewey, is my other go-to for the best crab cakes and Woody’s Pale Ale. And after a long day at work, I stop at the Philly Pretzel Factory for a fresh, warm pretzel (they’re ONLY a $1) and Rita’s Italian Water Ice for a mistiming-shake.
BrowseAbout Books is my go to place and usually always find some cool book that I can’t wait to read. And the staff picks are always spot-on!
the Breakwater bike trails are amazing from Rehoboth to Lewes. I grab a sandwich and make a day of it I ride to the ferry and go over to Cape May as a foot passenger and bike into the town of Cape May. Fun day and on the way back on the ferry, I have a beer and a big pretzel.
Stingray! Sushi at its finest! This restaurant has the best happy hour deals for sushi.
I absolutely love the Lewes State Park Beaches. You are able to bring your dog, drive on and relax.
Enjoying the local waters with the family. From jet skiing in the bay to crabbing on a weekday morning. The water ways in the Southern Delaware have so many things to do and enjoy
Located in Felton, Delaware about 45 minutes from the beach this State Park offers a family friendly waterpark at a bargain price. We paid $4.00 to enter the park, $8.00 each for myself and my daughter. The waterpark has great slides and the pool is large! The concession stand actually had a few healthy (not fried) options. After enjoying the water park we walked through the nature center and stumbled upon pedal boats rentals. We choose to rent the boat for an hour and couldn’t believe how peaceful it was to pedal around Killen’s pond watching others have fun in canoes and paddle boards.
A fun filled inexpensive day outside! We stopped at a great produce stand on our way back home and ate fresh tomatoes and farm corn with dinner!
Grottos Pizza on the Boardwalk. Reason: I have many memories with my family over the years going gown to the beach / boardwalk and grabbing Grottos Pizza after hanging out on the beach and/or playing games on the boardwalk.
Cape Henlopen State Park and Prime Hook. Reason: Melissa and I go for walks and explore these areas now and then and it's always a great time for us to have fun, see different animals / critters and enjoy nature here in Delaware.
Fishing. Reason: Just because :) And this is a perfect place to enjoy fishing for a good majority of the year. Obviously the ocean is right at our fingertips, but there's plenty of freshwater fishing to enjoy as well.
My husband and I enjoy the great outdoors in Delaware with our 2 children! In a fast paced industry it is always nice to slow down and enjoy the best times of all - the memories you make with your children. We love to camp in all of the Delaware State Parks, but one of our favorites is actually in our own back yard. The Cape Henlopen State Park has so much to do and almost all of it is included with your entrance fee! There are miles upon miles of bike trails, complete with the Great Dune Trail that connects Lewes and Rehoboth, several World War II towers, bunkers, and lookouts that you can view. One tower allows you to go inside and from the top and see a spectacular 360 view of the Cape Henlopen point. One of our kids' favorites places to explore is the nature center and trail where you can see horseshoe crabs and sting rays being fed by park staff, learn about local fish, turtles, and snakes in the aquariums. After that you can go walk the nature center trail down to the beach while looking for shells and sea glass and enjoying wildlife like eagles and hawks in their natural habitat.
My husband Pete and I are avid fishers! We have lived in Milton for 15 years and love to be outdoors. We enjoy fishing the Broadkill River, which can be entered thru the ramp in Milton, and goes all the way to the Lewes Canal. Good fishing can also be found at the Indian River Inlet, Nanticoke River, Massey's Ditch, Lewes Canal, and Broadkill and Slaughter beaches. Different times of the year provide for different species of fish. Pete recently caught a Striped Bass in the Indian River!