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We had a blast visiting Dewey Beach. It was a hot July day, and the sand burned our feet. Perfect place to catch some rays on an uncrowded Atlantic beach. Even better was the great wave action, and especially the cool Atlantic sea.
When the name "Dewey Beach" is mentioned, to locals, it usually means the "Town of Dewey Beach" which is connected to the City of Rehoboth. To visitors, it might be "the beach" in the area of the town of Dewey Beach. As for Dewey Beach...More
We love coming to Dewey Beach. Even in the off season there are plenty of restaurants open and hotels available. No matter where you are on the main drag of Dewey Beach, you are literally one block from the ocean on one side and one...More
Very much enjoyed visiting Dewey Beach in mid October. Weather in mid 60's and quite pleasant on Friday and Saturday but cooled off by Sunday. Mostly cloudy but the sun made an appearance Saturday afternoon and slight rain Saturday evening. Light traffic on the beach;...More
Pretty sure you can bring a cooler with food same as most beaches. Alcohol is not allowed due to open container laws. This beach would be a beautiful place to relax and picnic for the day. And if you need anything, there... More
Pretty sure you can bring a cooler with food same as most beaches. Alcohol is not allowed due to open container laws. This beach would be a beautiful place to relax and picnic for the day. And if you need anything, there are stores just up the block.
I don't know the area very well, I only visited for a weekend, but I did see someone with a metal detector over on Dewey Beach. It will be less crowded/travelled than Rehoboth, which is the more touristy location.