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With 30 miles of coastline, sports enthusiasts can indulge themselves in kayaking, paddle boarding, sailing, and surfing, while others can take a walk along the manicured walking trails and admire the scenery.
They offer afternoon, daily, and seasonal passes and accept reservations for groups or parties.
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Mostly inaccessible until the construction of two large steel and stone jetties, the park sits between Rehoboth and Indian River Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east.