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  • Writer's pictureLaura Scharle

Exploring Delaware Seashore State Park’s Water Trails

This article was originally written by Laura Scharle (Creator of Delmarva Trails & Waterways) for the Delaware State Parks.

The 6.5-mile stretch of wild coastline between Bethany Beach and Dewey Beach – Delaware Seashore State Park – is a gem of preserved land in a quickly developing region. Known for the Indian River Inlet and beautiful, expansive beaches, most visitors overlook the miles of water trails located on the bayside of the park.

There are four locations in the park along the edge of Rehoboth Bay to launch kayaks and paddleboards: Tower Rd, New Rd, Savages Ditch Rd, and the Burton Island causeway. Here’s a run-down of what it’s like to launch at each location, starting at the north. Read more...


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