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- We visited here for the first time on a weekend in Sept. I was pleasantly surprised at how clean the place was. The tickets were very reasonable; some rides only required one or two tickets. The haunted house was so much fun for kids and adults alike. My grandchildren loved this place! My adult daughter and son-in-law loved the games. We will definitely return here if we are in the area.Written 14 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is an amazing trail for biking! I went biking along here in the evening and the trail offered beautiful views and some shade. I would highly recommend checking it out.Written 15 October 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk has a unique variety of stores, restaurants and offered beautiful views of the beach. It’s a great area for families to walk around too.Written 22 October 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- As an avid trail rider, this was just the thing I needed to get off the beaten path at the beach and I managed to do 18 miles thanks to another reviewer’s expert advice. Do yourself a favor and check it out. It was so easy to follow signage from Lewes public libretto to downtown Rehoboth and then back up through Henlopen acres through Gordon’s Pond and up Rt. 9 to Lewes again. Flat terrain, some shade and incredible views. Make sure you leave time for a stop at Whiskey Beach. It’s gorgeous!Written 4 August 2022
- We visited here during the week after Labor Day. We went in the evening about 6PM, then during the day another day. Although we walked down to the water we did not spend the day on the beach. It was not busy at all. The boardwalk was clean, and we enjoyed our visit!Written 20 September 2022
- I stayed at site 433 for 2 nights. The site was level, there were sewer, water, and electricity hookups. The only issue I had was the 30 amp outlet didn’t work. Luckily I had a converted for the 50 amp to 30 amp connection but it could have been very unfortunate if I didn’t. There was no campground attendant on duty and it was around Labor Day weekend. Overall, the site was nicely maintained and they had a laundry facility onsite. Being close to the Charles Cullen bridge made it easy to eat at Big Chill Beach Club and walk to Coin Beach.Written 22 October 2022
- Haven’t been here in 20 years. It is clean and wave pool is awesome with lazy river! Can bring in own water bottle to refill. Water fountain there and cups of ice water .50 Can bring cooler and go in and out all day long.Written 31 July 2022
- I was pleased with the variety of stores and I was able to park my RV in the back parking lot where there was more room. It’s also a little over a mile from here to downtown Rehoboth in case you want to avoid parking downtown.Written 15 October 2022
- Important to know that you don’t need a resident parking permit to park within 2 blocks of the market during open hours. Nice peaches, apple pie, corn and green beans this trip. Hot day so fresh squeezed lemonade seemed like a winner. Unfortunately sweetened with granulated sugar rather than simple syrup so took some doing to get it into solution:(Written 9 August 2022
- We are always in total awe of the quality of performances at this small downtown theater and the Sound of Music performance last night was no exception. They perform three separate musicals throughout the summer and all are offered each week on different nights. As a result the stage sets are simple and minimal but this does not detract from the enjoyment of the evening at all. Actors seem to be a combination af college theater students and local actors and their passion for performing is obvious. The theater is still observing COVID restrictions with tickets sold in tables of 2 or 4 and masks required during the performances.Written 21 July 2021
- Very good experience in the regular hours in the day and during the lantern tour.
Website says the museum opens at 8 on Saturday but audio tour is available only starting from 9 on the Delaware Seashore State Park's website. That is not true. The audio tour is available by dialing a number, so I suppose you can try it right now.
In one room, you are told to flip the switch to see the original paint of the house, but if you are visiting in the day and do not know where to look, you'd be very puzzled as I was. Look UP! I hope they have added an arrow there after I talked to them.
Very affordable admission fee, $4 for adults.Written 4 October 2021
- I visited Silver Lake during my mini vacation in Rehoboth Beach in July 2022. I walked to the south end of the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk and made a right at Prospect Street. After a block I was at Silver Lake. Silver Lake is huge and if I had had more time I would have explored it more. There was a waterside gazebo, some docks on the lake and in the distance some fountains. If you look more to the left across the lake then there are many private homes. I think next time I will walk around the lake and explore it some more. This time I just took a quick photo, looked at the gazebo and the docks and fountains in the distance and returned to the boardwalk.Written 16 July 2022
- The Joni Mitchell song “Big Yellow Taxi” has a line that goes:
“They took all the trees, they put them in a tree museum
They charged the people a dollar and a half just to see them.”
Anyone who has been coming to Rehoboth since the before-time (pre-outlets) must be as horrified as I am about the rampant development and destruction of natural resources that has occurred here. What used to be a peaceful little town on the ocean is forever a booming mini-metropolis surrounded by the blight of commercialism and developers’ greed.
Mercifully, an oasis remains. Henlopen Acres, a heavily deed-restricted community, is home to a property that has stood nearly unchanged since the mid-1700’s. We are fortunate that the Corkran family in 1938 left behind the legacy of the Rehoboth Art League. The ancient home and barn, while maintaining their historic integrity, have been repurposed into gallery and studio space, respectively. Just down the hill is a more recently constructed gallery that blends organically into the bucolic pine forest. All around, it is a refreshingly stark contrast to the madness only minutes away.
Open year round, visitors can gaze at a continually changing exhibit of local artwork, much of it well-curated, and of high quality. Nearly every piece is for sale, and at surprisingly reasonable prices. There are also special events here like the RAL Outdoor show in August, and the Cottage Tour, one of the town’s best happenings.
Visitors should take a break from the beach, boardwalk, and shops, and come visit the tranquil surroundings of the Rehoboth Art League. It will remind you why this area has been a getaway from hectic life for over 300 years.Written 8 December 2019
- Very nice little museum. It is free with donation. Learned quite a bit about the community that we did not know! Great way to spend a half hour on a windy day.Written 27 September 2022
- This was one of those happy unplanned experiences. We decided at the last minute to turn off the road and we are glad we did. A lovely picturesque marina with a restaurant and shop. We sat and looked at the boats enjoying the beautiful October sun. Spotlessly clean and ample free parking, we spent an enjoyable hour here.Written 7 October 2022
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