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Old 03-29-2018, 05:19 PM
 
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What would this area (near the beach) be like for a young, active retiree? Safe, clean, with things to do? Nearest big city amenities?
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Old 03-29-2018, 06:16 PM
 
Location: Sneads Ferry, NC
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What would this area (near the beach) be like for a young, active retiree? Safe, clean, with things to do? Nearest big city amenities?
You ought to ask your question in the Delaware forum. (This is Maryland.) There are plenty of retirees in the Rehoboth area as well as other parts of Delaware.
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Old 04-16-2018, 11:32 AM
 
Location: Catonsville, Md
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Rehoboth is a nice town during the off season. When the summer comes around it's a busy summer destination. Lots of people, cars, noise, crime. The boadwalk is nice, and nice shops and places to eat. You might like looking into Dewey or Bethany Beach areas are nice too.

"Rehoboth is a family- and gay-friendly beach with an amazing boardwalk, gorgeous beach homes, and plenty of outlet shopping, but what really sets this beach town apart is the food scene. Restaurants do it big here. This year, Dogfish Brewery opened a new restaurant concept, Chesapeake & Maine, offering some of the freshest seafood and best beer on the Eastern shore. In addition, restaurants like Jam Bistro, a(MUSE.), and the Cultured Pearl offer some of the best dining options in Delaware. But the big must-visit is the boardwalk’s Ice Cream Store, featuring atypical flavors of ice cream like "Bacon de Leche" and "Better Than Sex."
https://www.beach-fun.com/
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