As mentioned in its press release, the tourism office offers visitors a package to stay at one of the participating hotels and either paddle one of the scenic waterways or bike along one of the trails. Participants will also receive exclusive offers from local restaurants, breweries, distilleries and shops through the SouthDel Sidekick app.
After booking through the Bike and Stay app and checking in, participants will receive a code that allows them to access an interactive trail map and receive special offers. Some of the local trails include Prime Hook Visitors Center to Foord’s Landing Trail, Cape Henlopen and Lighthouse Loop and New Road to Savages Ditch Trail.
Interested individuals can choose from a dozen participating hotels, such as the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel in Rehoboth Beach or the Dogfish Inn in Lewes. Those who want to head out on the town can grab a drink with friends at one of the local breweries, such as Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Big Oyster Brewery and Shorebreak Lodge.
Visitors can unlock their inner explorers this summer with a little fun in the sun with Rehoboth Cycle Sports—a locally owned, female-run bike shop that offers a variety of bike rentals—or grab a kayak or stand-up paddle board at Delaware Paddlesports.
To read more about the Southern Delaware Bike and Stay or Paddle and Stay packages, go to visitsoutherndelaware.com.