Winding from Rehoboth through to Lewes, DE, the Junction & Breakwater trail is a predominantly flat route used by locals and visitors alike as a bike trail and nature trail. This makes it accessible to everyone – including families, walkers, runners, and wheelchair users.
Offering stunning views of the Lewes and Rehoboth area of Southern Delaware, as well as nearby glades, the trail is punctuated with pines, oaks, and hemlock. A great place to take a stroll and unwind or explore on bikes, you can enjoy the region via the winding pathways. Keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife, you never know whether you’ll spot Canadian Geese, local deer, or some smaller critters as part of this thriving, popular trail. At the end of the trail, visitors can enjoy a well-deserved break on the sandy beaches of Rehoboth or explore the charming coastal town of Lewes. The Junction & Breakwater Trail is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the natural beauty and history of Delaware’s coastline.