The tiny hamlet of Rehoboth Beach is not only the gayest place in Delaware, but it’s one of the most popular LGBTQ+ getaways in the country. The beautiful atmosphere, friendly and welcoming locals and incredible food options make it a must for any LGBTQ+ traveler.
As a beach town, you’ll find Rehoboth is primarily a seasonal destination with many of the restaurants and shops only open from spring to fall. During the day you’ll find the crowds relaxing or playing volleyball down on Poodle Beach. Its location at the end of the boardwalk makes it an excellent place to start or end the day. Nearby Aqua Grill is one of the best places to eat and offers delicious fresh seafood and an outdoor patio.
Murph’s Beef & Ale is a popular spot for the ladies, while Blue Moon is a veritable institution among the LGBTQ+ community. Bottle & Cork offers excellent live music from both local and national acts, though it doesn’t cater to a strictly LGBTQ+ clientele.
During the day there’s plenty to keep you busy other than beaches and booze. Jungle Jim’s is a family-friendly amusement park that offers great fun for adults, too. It features a water park, batting cages and a mini-golf course. Funland on the boardwalk is another amusement park that has rides and a haunted mansion. If you’re into nature, be sure to visit Cape Henlopen State Park and take a stroll along its many hiking trails.
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