We love Bayside but we also love the surrounding area around the community. We will take you on different tours throughout the area and fill you in on the best activities and fun things to do!
Sunrise at the Ocean!
Get to the beach early with a cup of coffee, beach chair and enjoy!
Assawoman Canal Trail – Ocean View, DE
Erika and Jeff head over to just outside of Bethany Beach to walk on the Assawoman Canal Trail. Easy walking and beautiful scenery are abound on this trail!
Heart of Gold Kids- Fenwick Island, DE
We visited a new children’s boutique in Fenwick Island, Delaware, see the whole tour here!
James Farm Preserve – Ocean View, DE
Have you ever visited the James Farms Preserve? Just a few miles from the community lies this 150-acre property, managed by the nonprofit organization, the Delaware Center for Inland Bays. This serene park has three miles of trails, three observation decks, wildflower gardens, and breathtaking waterfront views. See the whole blog by clicking here.
Rehoboth Art League- Rehoboth Beach, DE
Join Erika and Jeff as they take a tour through the Rehoboth Art League. The Rehoboth Art League was formed in 1938 in Henlopen Acres which is what you would consider downtown Rehoboth Beach, as a place where artists could teach, gather, and exhibit their work. See the full blog here
Fresh Pond State Park- Bethany Beach, DE
Join Jeff and Erika as they explore Fresh Pond State Park right outside Bethany Beach, Delaware. The Prickly Pear Trail offers visitors a 3.5-mile loop perfect for exploring Fresh Pond and taking in scenic views of the Indian River Bay. Watch the full blog here.
Bluecoast Rehoboth- Rehoboth Beach, DE
Coastal Delaware offers an incredible amount of dining options from casual beach bars to high end eateries. One of the most sought after dining experiences is Bluecoast in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Erika and Jeff check out this amazing restaurant and partner with Bayside, see the whole blog here.
The Junction and Breakwater Trail – Rehoboth Beach, DE
The Junction and Breakwater Trail is a five mile long rail trail located on the southwestern side of Cape Henlopen State Park connecting Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. It is the third rail trail built in Delaware and it is the longest in the state. Erika and Jeff check it out, see the whole blog here.
Dewey Beer Company – Dewey Beach, DE
Erika and Jeff speak with the team at Dewey Beer Company in Dewey Beach, Delaware.