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The local residents are standoffish and rude. Not really a very nice beach anyway. Only five public parking spots anyway. Beach is full a dead and decaying Horseshoe Craps anyway. Let the locals keep their crappy beach. Go somewhere else, because there is better elsewhere...
So, its important to know what you are getting with this beach. There's about six parking spots, a porta-potty, and then a beach with some interesting rocks, shells from horseshoe crabs, and corals and seaweed. The beach is fronted by a row of largely seasonal...More
This is a small bay town with a bay beach. I came with a friend to look for seaglass. I didn’t find any. It also felt like walking along the beach of a small lake.....no waves, small beach of sand and rocks. Not much to...More
We are in town for a lacrosse tournament and wanted to check out a beach between games. Pickering Beach was closer than Rehoboth Beach to where we are staying in Dover so decided to check it out.
Wrong choice we should have driven out to...More
Visited this beach on a recent trip to Dover for the NASCAR race. Beach is only 7 miles from the race track. There are several parking spots at the beach access point. There is also a Porta potty there too. We went when tide was...More
Being this far north and in a bay it was what I expected.
Relaxing place to just walk along in the sand. It was quiet and nobody bothered us
There are parking spots on the north side of the road as you pull up.
If you understand what you are getting into, this beach is interesting. Yes, it is very small and non-resident parking is limited (park to the left as you go in, not on the road that runs parallel to the beach), but I've never seen it...More
Yes, dogs are allowed as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up after them. The sign says no pets, but it is an old sign. Hopefully, the charming town of Little Creek will have a dog park soon,too. They are only... More
Yes, dogs are allowed as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up after them. The sign says no pets, but it is an old sign. Hopefully, the charming town of Little Creek will have a dog park soon,too. They are only several miles away.