Delaware Seashore State Park is a state park in Delaware, near Dewey Beach. The Atlantic Ocean borders it on the east, and Rehoboth Bay and Indian River Bay border it on the west. The park is 2,825 acres in size.
Swimming, surf and deep-sea fishing, surfing, sailing, paddling, hiking, bird viewing, and many more activities are available to visitors. The cottages are close to resorts, restaurants, tax-free retail outlets, historic attractions, and park facilities, as well as the Indian River Marina.
Your yearly pass entitles you to free admission to all Delaware State Parks that charge a car entrance fee. The Brandywine Zoo in Wilmington State Parks and the ferry to Fort Delaware State Park are exceptions. The annual permit allows free entrance to Fenwick State Line Beach, although there is a parking cost.
This recreational area, which was once home to the Delaware Indians, provides outdoor enthusiasts camping, swimming, boating, fishing, and animal viewing.