Delaware's Bayshore Beaches Are The Quiet Oasis You'll Want To Discover This Year
Exploring the First State always leads to a wonderful adventure! While most of us are familiar with the biggest beach towns in the state, few Delawareans have taken the time to check out Delaware’s bayshore beaches. Make time to visit each of them and you’ll discover a quiet natural oasis that helps you enjoy your home state like never before.
This year, skip the traffic and the crowds and drive out to Delaware's bayshore beaches.
Pickering Beach is a scenic and serene spot to watch a sunrise, or catch the sky light up with the colors of a summer sunset.
Did you know that Woodland Beach used to be a resort town? It had a roller coaster, hotel, and everything!
Despite the name, Slaughter Beach is full of life. You'll find hundreds of thousands of horseshoe crabs here during their mating season.
Prime Hook Beach is one secret spot that's known for being home to wildlife like foxes and rare migratory birds. The road to this secret beach takes you straight through a National Wildlife Refuge.
Many people will tell you that Bowers Beach is their favorite. Not only will you be close to an amazing oyster house, JP's Wharf, but chances are high you'll have a huge stretch of sand all to yourself.
Make time to get to know Delaware's bayshore beaches (like Big Stone Beach, shown below) and you'll discover a quiet world of wonder that's been hiding right in your own backyard.
If you want to plan a full day visiting Delaware’s bayshore beaches,
check out this road trip map that will take you straight to the water.
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Pickering Beach, DE 19901, USA
Woodland Beach, DE 19977, USA
Big Stone Beach, Delaware 19963, USA
Slaughter Beach, DE 19963, USA
Fowler Beach, Delaware 19963, USA
Prime Hook Beach, DE, USA
Beach Plum Island, Lewes, DE, USA