There's something for everyone in Rehoboth Beach, an East Coast favorite for generations. Whether you're into lazing on the sand, strolling the boardwalk, or kicking back with a cocktail, this Delaware community is for you. Here are a few spots not to miss.
Thrashers French Fries
Crispy, fresh and delicious, the hand-cut french fries at Thrasher's have been a Rehoboth tradition since 1929. Ketchup lovers take note—these fries are only served with vinegar and salt. 26 Rehoboth Avenue
Kohr Brothers Frozen Custard
Created from an original 1919 recipe, Rehoboth's boardwalk custard is synonymous with summer. Kohr's light and creamy confection has less fat and sugar than ice cream, making it a hit with nutrition-conscious adults and kids alike. 5 Rehoboth Avenue
True to its name, this small amusement park packs in a good time. Featuring both kiddy and thrill rides, plus an arcade, Funland is a true beach experience. 6 Delaware Avenue
Dogfish Head Brewing & Eats
Come to the place where Dogfish got its start. The wide range of craft brews on tap, good eats and live music keep the crowds coming. 320 Rehoboth Avenue
Sea Shell Shop
Sure, they have collectible shells, but Rehoboth's classic shop also offers mini golf, plus an awesome selection of fudge and beachy gifts to bring back home. 119 Rehoboth Avenue
Kind of cloudy for the beach? No worries. The go-karts, batting cages and bumper boats at Jungle Jim's water park will save the day. 36944 Country Club Road
Fish and chips is just one of the favorites at this British-themed, 40-seat restaurant. Bangers and mash, Shepherd's pie and English beer keep Go Fish! hopping all year long. 24 Rehoboth Avenue
Searching for a house near Rehoboth? Pay a visit to Oakwood Village, which is located in quiet Lewes, Delaware, just minutes from downtown Rehoboth. Selling is in the final phase, so make sure you take a look this summer.