Is there a beach near Rehoboth that does not have stones when entering the water?
Our family went to Rehoboth beach every day of our vacation since I was little. Two years ago I finally gave up on the place when I couldnt get in the water without cutting my feet. We now go to the Tower state beach. It is about a half mile past Dewey Beach, on your left. You will see the signs and the Towers. You will need to by a daily, weekly or annual beach pass at the Cape Henolopen State Park. This gives you access to any state beach (and none have stones). Last year it costs $52 for an annual pass, and considering what you spend for meters the annual pass is better. The only thing is you dont have the boardwalk, food and games at the state beaches. We go to the beach for the ocean and then to Rehoboth or OC, MD for the boardwalk and games at night.Edited: 03 June 2010, 19:31
The state park beaches at Cape Henlopen , Towers Rd and Indian River Inlet all have parking , concession and showers/changing area. No stones. No meters.
I'm having a hard time finding Towers Rd on the map.. where exactly is it? It sounds like this would be a good beach to visit
For what it's worth, I was at Dewey Beach this past weekend and there were minimal stones, and only for about a 2' swath, around Dagsworthy St. Can't say that this is true for the entire beach in that area though. I honestly barely even noticed them. Weird that jelly fish seemed to be abundant, at least on Fri. A few of my friends had minor stings. They usually show up later in the summer, so not sure what conditions brought them in this early.
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