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I wanted to ride from Bethany to Lewes without going on route 1. This trail was not only off the beaten path, it was scenic and easy to navigate. We went through Gordons pond state park and cape henlopen state park on the way out...More
We walked for about 2 miles towards Lewes beach from the Tangler outlets, so we cannot speak for the whole trail but the part we saw was amazing. The trail is wide enough for walkers and bicyclists not to get in each other's way, it's...More
Bring cold water with you. It’s a great trail for riding from Lewes to Rehoboth. There are lots of nice shady spots along the way. Maybe bring a can of bug spray, just in case the bugs are out that day.
We started in Rehoboth and rode to Lewes. We parked at Wolf Neck’s road. You pay for parking by putting money in the box. We brought our own bikes but you can rent on the trail at Lewes.
There are parts of the trail in...More
This trail is the perfect ride from Lewes to Rehoboth. You get to avoid the main roads altogether but get to Rehoboth from Downtown Lewes quickly.
The trail is a good combination of paved trail and fine gravel that is easy to ride on. Much...More
BIKE RENTAL: We rented two bikes at Atlantic Cycles (1 Virginia Avenue) which is located on the boardwalk at Rehoboth Beach and has a 2nd rental shop along the bike route in Lewes. The cost was $16 each (approximately 1/2 day-7am to 5pm. ). The...More
Took this bike trail from Lewes to Rehoboth. It was a lovely trail. You will come to a T and there’s no signage which is Rehoboth, it’s to the right. The trail is well maintained and goes through a wooded area as well as a...More
Great bike trail with a variety of scenery along the way.
Many spots to stop along the way. You ride through woods, farmland, pass ponds and ride along the ocean, you will see a lot of wildlife along the way, does not get any better...More
Always expanding and evolving the breakwater trail is perfect for a bike ride, jog or walk, perfect for any time of the year because of the seasonal changes that allows you to see the landscape different every time