Check Reservation Dates


2014 Internet Specials

Looking for a deal during your next trip to Rehoboth? The Atlantis Inn has you covered! Check out our Internet specials now.

Get Directions to Atlantis Inn Rehoboth
View Atlantis Inn in a larger map
Atlantis Inn
154 Rehoboth Ave
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
TOLL FREE | (800) 245-2112

Parks & Recreation

Baseball and Softball

Sports at the Beach is located approximately 15 miles from the Atlantis Inn. The complex offers tournaments to traveling teams from March-November, annually. For more information on Sports at the Beach, please visit their website or call 1.800.969.9008.

Biking

Biking is one of the most favored activities for tourists. It's a great way to get exercise all the while taking in the beautiful scenery that surrounds you. Per Delaware State Law, cyclists must obey all laws governing motor vehicles including riding with traffic (rather than against it) as well as having the appropriate lighting on the bicycle. Cyclists are also encouraged to wear helmets for added safety. If you need to rent a bicycle during your stay, we recommend Bike To Go, just a few doors down from the Atlantis Inn.

There are many opportunities for cycling along the Delaware Coast. Until 10am daily, visitors may ride their bicycle along the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, just 1.5 blocks from the Atlantis Inn. A popular route amongst tourists for it's beauty and terrain is the Junction and Breakwater Trail off Wolfe Neck Road on the southwestern side of Cape Henlopen State Park midway between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. This trail is approximately 3.6 miles long. For more information, call 302- 739-4702 or visit their website. Those desiring a longer ride may contact Sussex Cyclists, a local cycling group which leads day and evening rides from 11 to 50 miles mostly through rural Sussex County roads. Visitors are welcome to participate! Information is available at the Sussex Cyclists website or by calling the ride leader on 302-645-6633.

The Delaware Department of Transportation also provides maps to help you prepare for your outing. You can visit their website for maps and additional information at www.deldot.gov.

Boating

No vacation to the Delaware Coast would be complete without experiencing life on the water! Whether boating, sailing, canoeing or kayaking, we hope the following information will help prepare you for your excursion.

In addition to the ocean, there are many other bodies of water conducive to boating, sailing and water skiing. All motorboats launched from tidal access areas are required to be registered with the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife. The cost for licensing is $35 and are available by calling 302-739-9916. Sailboat and kayak rentals are available through the Rehoboth Beach Sailing Association and Coastal Kayaks. Additional information is available at the Delaware State Parks website.

Fishing

Some of the best surf and deep sea fishing can be found right here along the Delaware Coast! Surf fishing is available along the three coastal state parks: Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware Seashore State Park and Fenwick Island State Park. Please note, a fishing license is required in Delaware for those over the age of 16. For additional information on fishing licensing, vehicle licensing, regulations and/or locations, please contact the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife at 302-739-9910, or visit their website.

Charter fishing boats are available through the following companies:

  • Angler's Fishing Center - 302-644-4533
  • Fisherman's Wharf - 302-645-8862 | website
  • Fish On Charters - 302-732-3886

Parks

Cape Henlopen State Park - The Cape Henlopen State Park is located where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. This 3,000 acre park near Lewes has the famous "walking" sand dunes, nature trails with guides, a nature center, camping, bathhouses, tennis, recreation areas and areas for surf fishing and swimming. The park also offers seasonal, tent and RV camping.

Delaware Seashore State Park - The State of Delaware has large tracts of coastal areas reserved for public use, including the section south of Dewey Beach to Indian River Inlet. You'll find that just north of the Inlet there are usually surfers riding the waves! This park also offers limited year round tent and RV.

Fenwick Island State Park - Situated between the popular resort towns of Bethany Beach to the north and Fenwick Island and Ocean City to the south, Fenwick Island State Park is a relaxing escape from the summer crowds. This three-mile stretch of barrier island is a playground of sand, surf, and sun along Delaware's Atlantic coast.

For more information on all Delaware State Parks, please visit their website.

Watersports

Dewey Beach Parasail - Parasail the Rehoboth Bay and enjoy scenic and tranquil views of the Delaware Coast. You're guaranteed a memorable experience! Reservations are recommended. For more information, please visit their website.

Rehoboth Surfing School - The Rehoboth Beach Boarding School caters to students of all ages! From young children and teenagers to adults, all are welcome to come learn how to ride the waves! Their team of instructors are certified in First Aid and CPR training and have been conducting lessons since 2000. Progress is gradual so they will begin with the basic fundamentals, then you will work your way up from there. All equipment is provided by the school, so just bring your bathing suit and a towel! For more information, please visit their website.

H2Air Kiteboarding - H2AIr is your full-service specialty kiteboarding school, store and test center located right in Dewey Beach. For more information on their products, services and lessons, please visit their website.

Coastal Kayak - There's no question that kayaking is one of the most fun and entertaining ways to see coastal Delaware. Coastal Kayak features rentals, instruction and Eco-tours from Rehoboth Beach, Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island. For more information on Coastal Kayak, please visit their website.

Return to Entertainment & Leisure