Fifty years of Fun at the boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach, DE
Funland is a family amusement center located on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
A family owned and operated business since 1962, Funland provides family fun at reasonable prices for those who visit us each summer – and this Miranda Family is happy to spend part of its Home Leave around here! 😮
The park offers great entertainment for the whole family, featuring 18 rides, 13 midway games, an electronic shooting gallery, redemption center, and an arcade with video and pinball machines. Each summer approximately 100 high school and college age students from the U.S. and countries around the world are hired to provide quality service to all who choose Funland as an entertainment destination.
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- Wish You Were Here: The Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk (wnyc.org)
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Family fun at the Grove Park, Rehoboth Beach, DE
Grove Park is located at the intersection of Columbia Ave & Grove Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE.
Surrounded by big trees, Grove Park is great for relaxing in the shade on a hot summer day, or enjoying a picnic with family and friends. The Park has a “Tot Lot” area for children to play, Pavilion seating for large gatherings, Bathrooms and many benches. Grove Park is located near the Visitor Center and Museum. In addition to the ‘tot lot’, there’s newly installed circuit work out equipment with more than ten stations and detailed instructions for each piece of equipment. Hot weather, at the beach, but could we get a bit of shade?
Great facilities for kids and just plain relaxation for yourself. Reading, sitting or taking a break from jogging or walking.
- Date Night & Thai Cuisine in Rehoboth Beach, DE. (3rdculturechildren.com)
Snapshots at the Beach Museum: “skimming the surface”
I recently took the girls to visit the Beach Museum, while my two boys (husband and son) would enjoy some quality time at a nearby Park.
Currently, the Museum‘s exhibit is called: “Skimming the Surface: Surfing, Skimboarding, and Floating off the Delaware Coast” – intriguing and exciting for a curious pair of toddler’s eyes…