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Play on the beautiful beaches of delaware

Explore 30 miles of beautiful Delaware coastline dotted with white sand beaches along the Atlantic Ocean. Set out to enjoy swimming, surfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, skimboarding, and nostalgic boardwalks all within moments of The Bay Resort. Imagine yourself on a summer morning walking down the beach or cycling down a peaceful seaside path. Think of soaking up sun on the soft sandy beach, dining with family at a waterfront restaurant, or shopping at an artsy boutique.
Just a short walk from our hotel is Dewey Beach, the fun-loving neighbor of Rehoboth Beach, with its rock-and-roll soul and playful attitude. Blessed with ocean and bay coastlines, Dewey Beach is perfect for water adventures, like jet skiing, water skiing, boating, and parasailing.
Dewey Beach at Delaware

Dewey Beach

Just a three-minute walk from The Bay Resort, Dewey Beach is perfectly suited for those whose idea of fun is geared toward riding the waves on a jet ski, soaking up some sun on the beach, and paddling around in kayak. Enjoy all types of watersports, like boating, skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, and wake boarding.
Rehoboth Beach in Delaware

Rehoboth Beach

One of the top beach and boardwalk destinations in the country, Rehoboth Beach is known for its award-winning boardwalk, specialty stores, amusements, tax-free shopping and some of the best restaurants found on the east coast.
Betheny Beach in Delaware

Bethany Beach

Golden sands, Atlantic waves and a laid-back attitude make this one of the top Delaware beaches for relaxation and family fun. Enjoy swimming and surfing in the ocean, sunning on the beautiful beach, shopping along the boardwalk, and enjoying fresh seafood.
Fenwick Island of Delaware

Fenwick Island

Day trip to this beautiful, three-mile barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and Little Assawoman Bay. Fenwick Island boasts a charming seaside town, white-sand beaches, and a state park with 344 acres of peaceful ocean and bay shoreline. The island is a recreational haven for beach goers.


  • Is Dewey Beach family friendly

    With its Monday Night Movies on the Beach,  Wednesday Night Bonfires on the Beach and variety of water sports, amusements and relaxed but quality restaurants, Dewey Beach does offer families a great destination. There are also some great local night spots for you to get out and enjoy the area once the sun goes down, so you will find a blend of young and old all enjoying the local attractions. 
  • Is Dewey Beach dog friendly

    Dewey Beach is one of the few towns on the eastern seaboard to permit dogs to enjoy the beautiful beach. There are some seasonal restrictions to follow and a local dog license is required. For more details visit the city of  Dewey Beach's site
  • Can you surf on Dewey Beach?

    Yes. You can test your surfing skills at Dewey Beach. It is a little less crowded than Rehoboth Beach, but is not for the weak. The waves are extremely strong and can pull you to the ocean floor if you are not careful. If you are traveling with your pet, they are permitted on the beach in unguarded areas only from September through April. Pets are not allowed May through August.
  • Where can I park at Dewey Beach?

    Dewey beach offers plenty of metered street parking close to the sand.  From May 15th to September 15th, between 10 – 2 am, you are required to display a parking permit or make sure you have money in the meter. Parking is free Monday through Wednesday, from 5 – 9 pm and during events such as Movies on the Beach and bonfires. If you plan in spending the summer or are planning several getaways throughout the season, you can purchase a parking pass at Dewey Beach Town Hall for $200.
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