October 25-27, 2013: Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach & Route One, Delaware

724_185Friday includes activities such as the tyke byke procession on the Boardwalk, lantern tours at the Indian River Lifesaving Station, and Trick or Treating and a haunted bonfire in Dewey Beach. The choo choo express and family movie will both be held in Grove Park. Bring your chairs and blankets. The Rehoboth Beach Museum holds a history tour aboard the Jolly Trolley.

 On Saturday, the popular costume parade takes place on Rehoboth Avenue, lead by the 2012 Business of the Year, Delaware Beach Life Magazine. The parade begins at the Convention Center where costumed goblins, local bands and floats merge together and proceed down the Avenue. Post parade activities include scarecrow making, beach games, horse parade on the beach, broom tossing contest, and much more. End the day’s fun by trick or treating with participating merchants. Live Bandstand performances are on-going.

The best costumed dog parade route is over one mile long and continues to be one of the most popular events of the weekend. The little monsters line up at the north end of the Boardwalk and wag their way south to Laurel Street & return to Rehoboth Avenue from Laurel Street. 

Need accommodations for an upcoming event in Ocean City, Ocean Pines or Bethany Beach? Discover the affordable alternative! Just visit cbvacations.com for the area’s largest selection of vacation rental properties, or call 1-800-633-1000 for Maryland vacation rentals and 1-800-442-5626 for Delaware area rentals.

Need accommodations for an upcoming event in Ocean City, Ocean Pines or Bethany Beach? Discover the affordable alternative! Just visit cbvacations.com for the area's largest selection of vacation rental properties, or call 1-800-633-1000 for Maryland vacation rentals and 1-800-442-5626 for Delaware area rentals.