Summer is upon us and what better way to spend it than taking a slow, relaxing day along one of Delaware’s many premier beaches. The Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk has all you’ll need to take in the day and find some fun along the way.
1. Morning Yoga on the beach
Start your morning off by getting the blood flowing by flowing! Dimitra Yoga offers 60-minute morning yoga classes on the beach all week long. The classes are held just off the south end of the boardwalk. Of course, if classes aren’t your thing, lay out your beach towel and take a few deep breaths of that fresh ocean air.
2. Grab breakfast and a coffee at Kaisy’s Delights
After moving, you have to refuel. Visitors and locals alike stop into Kaisy’s Delights year-round for their homemade quiche and large Austro-Hungarian breakfast menu. Savory or sweet, you’ll find something to your liking at Kaisy’s.
3. Retail therapy
Along the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, you’ll find dozens of shops. Browse through souvenir shops for gifts or stop into some of the local boutiques. Walking down Rehoboth Ave, you’ll find several shops ranging from home decor, clothing, accessories, art, books, crystals, and more.
4. Rent a bike and cruise around town
Yes, you can rent a bike for the day right on the boardwalk. Atlantic Cycles is located on the north end of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk. They offer a variety of different bicycles, tandem bikes, surries, and even jogging strollers if you have little ones. Take a cruise north to Surfside Park or Lake Gerar Park for a tranquil view or peddle south on the boardwalk to relax on Rehoboth Beach.
5. Get some beach fries
A day at the beach could not be completed without French fries. The best-known spot for the salty snack is Thrasher’s, located on the north end of the boardwalk. You won’t find any ketchup served with their famous fries, but you can get them served up with a sweet drink. The pair is a coastal staple!
6. Take a trip to Funland
You won’t have to go too far – Funland is located on the south end of the boardwalk. The amusement park features 17 rides. There are even five rides that are original to the park since 1962! There are also several games and other attractions that are sure to entertain your family all day. Tickets range from $0.60 per single ticket, $30 for 50, and $23 for an unlimited wristband if you’re there from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
7. Finish the night off with a treat
To wrap up the evening, choose from one of several ice cream shops (or all of them) for a sweet treat. Kohr Bros, Starkey’s Ice Cream, and Funnel Cake Factory are just to name a few. Enjoy whatever meets your fancy as the sun goes down.
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