Broadkill Beach

Broadkill is a small unincorporated town located on the Delaware Bay and Broadkill River north of Lewes on Route one. Broadkill is a waterfowl lover’s dream. Surrounded by Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Prime Hook was founded in 1963 to be a sanctuary for migratory birds. It is only the migratory path for many species of birds such as mallards, black duck, wood duck and Canada geese. Herons, terns, songbirds, and shorebirds also call Prime Hook home as do numerous amounts of reptiles, amphibians and mammals. Prime Hook also offers fifteen miles of streams and ditches for canoeing as well as boating in the tidal waters. There are several boat launches available. Oh, and of course hiking trails! For more info on Prime hook visit gorp.away.com/gorp/resource/us_nwr/de_prime.html A great deal of Broadkill is located on the beach, and while not the ocean, the bay offers incredible views! Broadkill Beach offers a public beach for swimming. And the Broadkill River is a wonderful spot for kayaks and jet skies. Wide open spaces and spectacular views, all with a small price tag! And still only twenty minutes to Rehoboth, if you need to go!