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Kara’s guidebook

Kara

Kara’s guidebook

Beach
This is a great place to hit the beach either by car or bike! (By bike it's free!) It is known for being particularly LGBT friendly. They sell hot dogs, sodas and other basic food, and they rent beach umbrellas too.
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Gordons Pond State Park Area
61 Ocean Dr
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persone del luogo consigliano
This is a great place to hit the beach either by car or bike! (By bike it's free!) It is known for being particularly LGBT friendly. They sell hot dogs, sodas and other basic food, and they rent beach umbrellas too.
Nature & Biking
This is an awesome and very relaxing path for walking or biking 3/4 of a mile to the scenic lookout or a longer trip up to Lewes. If you are into birds, bring your binoculars for the scenic vista bird watching platform!
Gordons Pond Trail
This is an awesome and very relaxing path for walking or biking 3/4 of a mile to the scenic lookout or a longer trip up to Lewes. If you are into birds, bring your binoculars for the scenic vista bird watching platform!
This peaceful, beautiful path is wooded, so it is cooler on a hot day and quite lovely. It is only a block from Cobblestone Lane (where our cottage is), so it is an easy walk! At the end there are lots of little ocean creatures to enjoy from the wooden platform - mainly little crabs!
Thompson Island Trail
This peaceful, beautiful path is wooded, so it is cooler on a hot day and quite lovely. It is only a block from Cobblestone Lane (where our cottage is), so it is an easy walk! At the end there are lots of little ocean creatures to enjoy from the wooden platform - mainly little crabs!
The canal is lovely! Great, calm place to get on the water. You can also bike to the beach or town by avoiding Route 1 by biking alongside the canal, under the Route 1 bridge, and then taking neighborhood streets.
Lewes and Rehoboth Canal
The canal is lovely! Great, calm place to get on the water. You can also bike to the beach or town by avoiding Route 1 by biking alongside the canal, under the Route 1 bridge, and then taking neighborhood streets.