View of the Delaware Bay from the deck of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry

Visiting Sussex County, DE

Southern Delaware: Safe, Open, and Ready For a Visit

From historic Lewes, to the Delaware beaches and beyond, there's always been plenty to see and do in Southern Delaware. No matter what you are doing, you'll have a great time. From the beaches, to the bays, to the rivers, to the islands, there is a lot to see and so many ways to see it. 

In Lewes

The Lewes Chamber of Commerce has recently announced its Love, Lewes campaign, with free metered parking in downtown every day until Noon. If you're up for an early morning adventure, the 7:00am departure will have you in Lewes by 8:30, where you can park for free, grab breakfast, tour historical sites dating back to the 17th century, or shop at the wide variety of stores downtown. 




In Rehoboth, at the Beaches and Beyond

The Delaware Beaches are an incredible place to visit any time of year, but especially in the late summer and fall, and the beaches are just the beginning. From outdoor exploration to shopping, dining and recreation, there's plenty to do. The folks at Southern Delaware Tourism put together a great video to help you plan your visit. 





Southern Delaware: There's Lots to Do!

Ready to roll? Great! The Ferry is sailing seven days a week (check out our schedules & fares page for the most up-to-date info), and whether you're walking, bicycling or driving, we're ready to welcome you aboard!





Get Ready to Relax