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“Awesome walking or biking trail”

Junction and Breakwater Trail
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Reviewed July 1, 2014

This trail is made over an old train rail bed and the scenery is beautiful. Very quiet, very lovely and opens to views of the Rehoboth wet lands.

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Reviewed June 25, 2014

Pretty trail that winds through the woods. Very scenic. Easy to ride bikes with children or to just take a leisurely walk

2  Thank Kim H
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Reviewed June 17, 2014

the trail connects Lewes and Rehoboth beach along the trail of a formerly railway between those towns. it passes fields, marhes, forest and open areas, 10 miles long. it is very pleasant, nearly flat trail inviting youo to go through.

2  Thank Elhanan S
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Reviewed June 16, 2014

Quiet piece of biking heaven from Rehoboth to Lewes, navigating stunning wetlands, tree-ceilinged paths and crossing untrammeled roads--a joyful retreat from the beach bustle.
Tremendous bonus….the brand new Cape Henlopen State Park bike trail is open--a 3.5 mile paved loop trail through the park. The loop offers various branches that lead off into the marshes with wide vistas of the Atlantic Ocean and the opportunity to explore the "walking dunes". The trail passes by World War II fire towers and ends in Lewes.

1  Thank VirginiaCavalier
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Reviewed June 12, 2014

Stayed in Cape May and took the Cape May ferry over to Lewes specifically to bike the Junction and Breakwater Trail. Make certain you have directions from the ferry to the beginning of the trail - we took one wrong turn, but quickly found our way to the trail head. Some road traffic until you get to the trail head, but the trail itself is hard-packed gravel and easy. Once you get to Rehoboth, you're again on roads, but side streets can help you avoid the heavier trafficked areas. Combine the ferry and trail for a great day.

3  Thank beardocnj
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