- The list below includes 132 free or cheap things to do in or near Dewey Beach, Delaware, including 64 different types of inexpensive activities like Restaurants, Playgrounds, Movie Theaters and Music Venue.
- From Dewey Beach to John Waples Memorial Playground, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Dewey Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lewes, Cape May, Rehoboth Beach and Ocean City.
Fenwick Island, Delaware is home to Coastal Kayak, a sales and rental facility serving Delaware and Maryland. The company also sells stand-up paddleboards and small sailboats. Tours and charters are also available but require advance notice.
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708 Ocean Highway, Fenwick Island, DE 19944 MoreLess Info
Fenwick Island's DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum is a private institution that houses an impressive collection of shipwreck artifacts, including entire vessels hauled up from the sea floor. Donations are gratefully received. Admission is free.
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39084 Harpoon Road, Fenwick Island, DE 19944 MoreLess Info
Explore the DelMarVa Peninsula with DelMarVa's Board Sport Adventures. This touring company specializes in stand-up paddleboarding, windsurfing, kayaking and water sports equipment rental. All safety equipment is provided. Board Sport Adventures also sells paddleboards.
Pirate Adventures is an entertainment and party experience for kids on board a pirate-style boat. Kids will get pirate names and face painting, and will go on a nautical adventure complete with treasure maps, messages in bottles, and water cannons.
Kids and adults love Shark's Cove Marina in Fenwick Island, Delaware. The most popular activities are parasailing, water skiing, banana boating, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. Shark's Cove is the only parasailing firm in the region that offers three-at-a-time sailing.
Fox Sun & Surf Cinema 8 is a medium-sized multiplex theater that features first-run movies. The theater is equipped for full digital projection, 3D technology, and also offers traditional amenities like a snack bar and arcade.
The Cape May Lighthouse was built in 1854 and is 157-feet tall. The lighthouse is the third on the site and used bricks from the lighthouse built in 1847, and visitors can climb up 199 steps to the top of the lighthouse.