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Coastal Delaware Area Features

What’s New?

New and exciting events, attractions and businesses are always coming to the southern Delaware beaches. And when it comes to staying “in the know,” Sunny Day Guide does the work for you. We’ll share the hottest news for 2018 so you can make the most of your visit to the “First State’s” coast.

New Conservation Access Pass

Last year, Delaware implemented a new Conservation Access Pass to help support the regions in the state managed by the Division of Fish and Wildlife, such as the Assawoman Wildlife Area. Visitors to these natural areas can purchase 3-day or annual passes online at and at authorized outdoor, sporting, or tackle shops. The pass is required for vehicle access to state wildlife lands used for hunting, fishing, birding, and other similar activities. Revenue from sales of the pass will help maintain the areas and initiate more wildlife programs.

Ropewalk Expansion

A year ago, the Ropewalk restaurant in Fenwick surprised residents by changing its name to Big Eye Jacks (named for the big-eye jack fish). Much of the food has stayed the same, though there are new Caribbean dishes. Recently, Ropewalk built a new restaurant on Garfield Parkway in Bethany Beach. This is the largest restaurant in the area and will follow in the footsteps of the company’s other successful Ropewalk restaurants in Chincoteague, VA, Ocean City, MD and Baltimore, MD. Stop in to try their popular hickory-smoked wings, steamed seafood or a crab cake BLT.

A Fresh Look into the Past

The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society & Museum in the town’s historic Ice House has been closed the last few months for construction and renovations. This summer, it reopens with a whole new 2nd floor with more space for exhibits that showcase the history of the town and its vacationers. Come and stop by to see vintage bathing suits, postcards from the past, and antique beach toys and surfboards. It’s an interesting look into the history of Rehoboth Beach’s favorite pastime—going to the beach!

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