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  • Writer's pictureLaura Scharle

Paddling Opportunities at Fenwick Island State Park

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


Fenwick Island State Park, located between the towns of Fenwick Island and South Bethany Beach, is a 3-mile stretch of beautiful, wild coastline. It is most known for the guarded swimming beach and bathhouse on the south end of the park, as well as the three crossings to access the drive-on portion of the park for surf fishing. But Fenwick is also known for paddling. The Assawoman Recreation Area, located on the bayside of the park, offers access for kayaks and paddleboards, as well as a place to enjoy a beach with smaller waves and shallow waters. Read more...



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