Delaware May 07, 2018
The Only Place Where You Can Have A Tropical Vacation Without Ever Leaving Delaware
With summer just around the corner, everyone is thinking vacation! In many of the landlocked states in America, people have to travel for thousands of miles to find the tropical vacation of their dreams. If you live in Delaware, though, you don’t even have to leave the state to escape to a tropical paradise where you can relax, splash, sunbathe, and pig out on the best vacation meals and beach drinks.
All you have to do is rent a cabin at the Indian River Inlet.
These gorgeous cottages are packed with amenities that you'd never expect from a campground - but the real draw is the fact that you'll be steps away from the beautiful Indian River Bay.
The Indian River Inlet is a hidden gem where you can enjoy the beach, bay, sand and nature trails all in one spot.
No vacation is complete without some amazing food. Enjoy a meal at the beautiful Big Chill Beach Club, where you can dine with a seaside view.
Their cabana bar is about as stocked as they come! Order a bay breeze or daiquiri to keep with your tropical theme.
The Big Chill Beach Bar is just a short drive or a scenic walk away from your cabin. You can find Big Chill at
27099 Coastal Hwy., Bethany Beach, DE 19930
Hammerheads Dockside is another local staple. Forget the car - paddle up to this bar and grill and park your kayak, canoe, or boat in their marina.
Hammerheads is the perfect place to relax for an evening by the bay.
Of course, if you paddled up, make sure you have a way of getting back to your cottage after the sun goes down. Hammerheads Dockside is located at 39415 Inlet Rd., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971.
While you're in the area, you've got to make the slight trek over to Paradise Grill, too.
You'll have to drive, unless you've got a motorboat, or don't mind paddling a decent distance across the bay. Paradise Grill is located at 27344 Bay Rd., Long Neck, DE 19966.
There's nothing like dining under palm trees and on sand when you're on vacation.
Read about what makes the trek to the other side of the inlet worth it
By staying at the Indian River Inlet, you'll be blending a tropical vacation with a bit of a camping trip - and no camping trip is complete without a few ghost stories to tell 'round the fire.
If you’re looking for a different kind of beach vacation, the town of Lewes may be for you. This bustling, charming town is full of places to shop, eat and stay – all within a short walk to the beach!
Read more about the awesome vacation you’ll love, right in Lewes.