In Sussex County, Delaware, Rehoboth Bay is a body of water. The Lewes and Rehoboth Canal connects it to the Broadkill River. Along with Little Assawoman Bay and Indian River Bay, it is part of Delaware’s inland bay system.
Rehoboth Beach, which is located within the city borders, has it all. Stroll the mile-long boardwalk, relax on the beach, swim in the Atlantic, and shop and dine in the area’s fine establishments. There is no beach fee, and access to the beach is unrestricted.
The northernmost of Delaware’s inland bays is Rehoboth Bay. The depth is typically shallow, ranging from 6 and 7 feet below Mean Lower Low Water. The bay has a surface area of about 13 square miles.
Rehoboth Beach is a city in eastern Sussex County, Delaware, United States, located on the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Beaches.