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I have had a very relaxing time here. I want to come back often.
Actually, I’m not talking about the town, but the area just south of the Indian River Inlet.
I like it because I like my sister and her family.
There is no nude beach at Delaware Seashore State Park (DSSP), despite the misleading scenes in one of the videos.
For the more wild times, Dewey Beach (Do We Ever!!!) and Rehoboth Beach are 20 minutes north.
My sister rents her townhouse out as do most of the people who own in the area, I think.over 5 years ago
I visited USA for the first time and I’m very happy that I spend all summer in Bethany Beach. It’s very quite little town with amazing beach. You must feel the atmosphere of this place. You must visit it in summertime! Once u’ve been here u wanna come back again!over 6 years ago
Me and 4 of my buddies headed out from Jacksonville, Florida with a destinitation of Bethany Beach. You may ask yourself, why would 5 fellas from Florida go to a beach in Delaware? Hey, don’t ask us :) But we got a beach house and spent a wonderful week of lounging, drinking, and playing wiffle ball in the backyard. There’s a lot of great beach-strips to walk for miles on.over 6 years ago
Bethany Beach is part of what is known as “The Quiet Resorts” of Delaware. Small-town atmosphere which is especially attractive to families. This is because families can stay in the relative peace and quiet of Bethany Beach but still make quick trips to Ocean City, Maryland and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware to let the kids expend their excess energy at the boardwalk arcades and rides in those towns.
Located between the Atlantic Ocean and numerous bays.
The water is warm enough to swim in from approximately Memorial Day through mid October or so.
Bethany Beach’s 1/2-mile long boardwalk features a wide variety of shops, restaurants, basketball and volleyball, video arcades, walking and so much more – something for everyone.
Bethany Beach is virtually surrounded by water, with the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Indian River Bay and Assawoman Bay to the west, and the Indian River Inlet to the north.
In the evening, you can go surf fishing and kite flying on the beach, watch performances on the bandstand, shop in the downtown stores, and take a leisurely stroll on the quarter-mile boardwalk.
Fishing, crabbing, clamming, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing are the main activities in the nearby bays.
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