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Funland is a family amusement center located on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. A family owned and operated business since 1962, Funland provides family fun at reasonable prices for those who visit us each summer. The park offers great...more
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Funland is a great experience for young children. The rides are not expensive and many are a "throwback" to the rides I remember as a kid! My grandkids loved going there when they were toddlers.
Even now as teenagers they still enjoy playing the games...More
Funland is very affordable. There is no admission price. Rides are all done by tickets. There are plenty of kids rides. The kids rides usually aren't a long wait if any at all. Only a few for the older kids but over all really nice...More
I've been coming to Funland since the late 1950s. I loved it as a kid, I loved taking MY kids there, and now I take my grandchildren when they're in Delaware. This place has the BEST merry-go-round in the world, and many of the "little...More
We were in town for the weekend for a little getaway. Both my wife and I love playing carnival games, but the other arcades are so expensive! We came across this while walking the boardwalk and decided to pop in. I'm so glad we did....More
While we came with a toddler who's still getting comfortable with the idea of going on rides (so we only rode the carousel), we'll definitely return once she's a little more comfortable. There were plenty of ride options even for the smallest visitors, and it's...More
We go to spend a long weekend with my husband's family each summer in Rehoboth Beach. A highlight of our trip is an evening at Funland. The bumper cars provide just the right amount of jolt as you bump your car into another and the...More
55 years of going to Rehoboth and it wouldn't be complete without a visit to Funland. After winning a couple stuffed animals, we've made a custom of giving them to kids that look like they would appreciate it. That makes it even more fun!
The engineers did a great job calculating and designing our Jungle so it would fit in with the Sea Dragon. Before that there was the placement of the Sea Dragon so as to not hit the white house on the other... More
The engineers did a great job calculating and designing our Jungle so it would fit in with the Sea Dragon. Before that there was the placement of the Sea Dragon so as to not hit the white house on the other side. In fact, I grew up in that white house in the corner bedroom!
Fun land has haunted house , bumper cars , circle ride that spins you around inside I forget the name of it , games , and claw machines, ring toss , race games , skeet ball there are plenty of things to keep them busy .
Thinking of taking a trip with our toddler to Rehoboth in April. I know Funland (?) is not open until May, but are the shops and restaurants open in April? Any off-season things to do there? Thanks!
March 13, 2018|
Any more many shops are open year round.
Short boat rides? (5 Replies)
I will be visiting Bethany Beach next week and my two-year old son has been asking to go on a boat. Are there any young child friendly boat rides in or near Bethany that we could go on? Any other suggestions for activities that would be age appropriate? We will be going to Funland in Rehoboth but not sure what else there is to when we take a break from the beach.
July 22, 2014|
Response fromRanjini I|
Excellent! Thank you so much for all the suggestions. These are the types of boat rides I was looking for. My son is definitely interested in seeing dolphins but his cousins, who will also be joining us, will enjoy the pirate rides. 70-90 mintues rides are perfect these kids. Can't wait to explore. We were in Bethany Beach last year but my son was too young to really enjoy much beyond the beach so I'm looking forward to branching out.
Quickie to the coast (3 Replies)
My son competed in a Cross Country meet at Camp Rilea on Saturday, so a quick trip to the coast was in order... My daughter & I drove to Salem on Friday night and stayed with family. Dinner at the French Press was good - breakfast crepes were a fair size and the caramel apple crepe for dessert was wonderful. We left dark & early on Saturday for Seaside. Lots of traffic heading South due to the college football games, but we made good time up I-5, 217, and 26 out to the coast. Camp Rilea...More
September 19, 2010|
Sounds like an interesting trip;) I was on hwy 99 for a bit yesterday and would not have wanted to be driving down for the games! I am in the same camp as you in regards to Seaside. Just not my cup of tea. Your route back to Salem is a nice one. Yes, been to Carlton and you have it pegged right. Lots of new businesses in just the last few years and mostly centering on food and wine. I think it would be a great place to stay for a couple nights if I didn't live so close.