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5 Things to Do at the Delaware Beaches Before Summer Ends

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From water taxi tours to summer concerts, these recurring events get Delaware visitors outdoors for the last few weeks of the season.

By Olivia Montes and Sydney Kerelo

While these past few months have arguably left something to be desired, these events across the Delaware beaches demonstrate that it is never too late to have some traditional summer fun with a few precautions. With a little over a month left of the season, here are some summer activities to check out before fall arrives.

Burton’s Island Wildlife Tours

Need to soak up the last few weeks of the summer sunshine? We have you covered! Grab a kayak and paddle through salt marsh trails around a wildlife refuge with Burton’s Island Wildlife Tours. Guided by a certified kayak guide, visitors will experience the tranquility of the marshes and get to know the animals who live there, such as horseshoe crabs, oyster catchers, osprey, skimmers, herons and egrets.

For a list of tours, locations and more information, visit coastalkayak.com. 

Cape Water Taxi Tours

Looking for the chance to get back out on the water? Cape Water Taxi Tours takes you on a whirlwind tour across the southern Delaware shoreline to see all it has to offer. From wading right on the ocean to watching wildlife in action, Cape Water Taxi Tours provide patrons with unique sights of the beaches up and down Lewes.

Tours run through Dec. 31. Options include narrated or non-narrated tours, evening and live music cruises and private charters. Nature-based options include dolphin watching and full moon cruises. Reservations can be made online prior to docking.

For a list of upcoming tours, dock locations and more information, visit capewatertaxi.com.

Races 2 Run

If you’re longing to get a little fun in the sun and give back, Races 2 Run is exactly what you need. Teaming up with non-profit organizations, Races 2 Run not only support causes through a variety of running, walking and multisport events, but also encourages attendees to get out and have fun—even when going out for a walk.

All races and events take place from March to December in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Scheduled times and dates are available online.

For a list of upcoming runs and events, or more information, visit races2run.com.

Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market

When you’re in need of fresh produce and groceries, look no further than the Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market. The Farmers’ Market offers all patrons the opportunity to find their next favorite dish from local vendors.

The market is held every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. from May to October, rain or shine. Look for the big white tents to scout the location in Grove’s Park, near Lighthouse Circle in downtown Rehoboth.

For more information, visit rbfarmersmarket.com.

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Summer Concert Series

Want to listen to live music every week? The Summer Concert Series at Stango Park in Lewes is the perfect match. With a different performer every Tuesday, visitors can enjoy genres ranging from rock to jazz, blues and more. From the beginning of June to the end of August, this outdoor event is not to be missed.

For more information visit, leweschamber.com. 

Related: What to Do in Rehoboth: A Day Trip Guide to This Atlantic Coast Town