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Dune Nature Park - Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

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This little park lies next to the boardwalk and features grasses and plants that grow on sand dunes.
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Thanks, Saxman. Have to look that up next time.

Hey if you all get there go to Nicobolis. It on a side street off Rehobeth avenue. They are the ones
that make the first Stromboli. Been going there since the early 1970's.


Edie, there are signs here to about not climbing on the dunes. They have added what I think are man made ones along the ocean side of the boardwalk. I think this probably is since Hurricane Sandy last fall. I don't like it since it spoils the view of the ocean from the boardwalk. They have benches all along where you could sit and watch the ocean. The benches are still there but the view is blocked by all the grasses etc. on these new dunes.


Suzy, when I've been here most of our walking has been on the boardwalk, the beach and the store area. I wasn't aware of other trails. Glad you found something new to do at Rehoboth. I really like this beach area. My favorite place to eat here closed within the past few years - The Camel's Hump.
Enjoy your visit this year. I'm delighted I found something new for you. Take some pictures. I'd like to see them.


I remember the dunes on our PEI trip and the signs that told you not to run up and down the dunes due to erosion. Is that a problem here as well? Thanks Ardy


Well Ardy, You have opened up a new world here! We go to Rehoboth once a year (off season, on our way to FL)-take the ferry across from NJ. We go to Dogfish Head for a good beer and lunch, walk the boardwalk and beach, go to Dogfish Head for a good beer and dinner, fill growlers to share with friends we visit along our route, then call it a day.
Having seen your title, I immediately googled trails in the area, and Holy Trails, Batman! The Mother Lode of trails is right there! I have already informed Jim about the trails, and now we have something new to look forward to. Thanks you!!!


wprivett, I'm pleased to be able to bring up good memories for you. Thank you for your comment. Peace and all good to you.


Barb, I do have lots of old pictures but mostly these are ones I have taken with the camera Kirsten "nagged" me into getting last year. I haven't had it quite a year yet. I used to do a lot of photography but hadn't gone digital. I'd been wanting to get a digital camera and her prodding helped me stop procrastinating. I'm really enjoying it. It's small and I can always have it with me. This may be my only contribution to this theme.

It has been years since I have been to Rehoboth. Thanks for the good memories. Peace and all good.


You're so lucky you have loads of pics you can go through to find just the right one, Ardy. I've never been a big photo taker and don't even have a camera at the moment. I rely on the kindness of friends and family for all my pics lately. Another good one for theme week. :-)

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