Things To Do In Delaware This Summer
The kids are out of school, the streets are crowded and people everywhere have a smile on their face. That can mean only one thing: it’s summertime! Summer is one of the most active times of year around the country, particularly in Delaware. There are so many things to do that it might seem overwhelming. Here’s a list of some ideas for activities to keep you busy in the beautiful Delaware weather.
The first thing many people think to do in the summer is go to the beach. Delaware has many beautiful beach communities to visit. The closest one to Baywood Greens is Rehoboth Beach, just a little way up the road. Their boardwalks are filled with shops and activities for everyone. Whether you rent a kayak, go out on a boat or just enjoy the view with some french fries or salt water taffy, you can find something to make yourself happy in this energetic beach side town.
If you’re looking to get a little bit of outdoor lifestyle this summer, why not go for a camping trip at one of Delaware’s state parks? There are many coastal and inland state parks that offer scenic views and fun for the whole family. While space can be limited in the summer, there are places all over the state to pitch a tent and get a taste of Delaware wildlife.
Looking for something a little more grown-up to do? The Delaware Beer, Wine and Spirit Trail is perfect for you. Featuring seventeen different breweries, wineries and distilleries, you can “quench your thirst” for adventure traveling from the rolling hills of Northern Delaware to the south coast beaches. The trail even includes Dogfish Head brewery, one of the largest breweries in the country and the home of “off-centered ales for off-centered people”.
One of the best parts of Delaware? There’s no sales tax! Take advantage of this at the Tanger Outlets in Rehoboth Beach and save on your summer fashion. They offer a huge variety of name-brand and designer stores to meet all of your needs.
There’s a variety of things to do in Delaware during the summer months. Get outside and take advantage of some of them before summer is over!