North of Rehoboth Avenue:
Deer and Central Parks
Deer Park is located at the intersection of Dover Street and Kent Street and encompasses about one acre. Central Park is bounded by Columbia Avenue, Park Avenue, and Third Street, and is about six acres in size. Both parks are natural, wooded areas that support tree species such as pine, oak, and magnolia. Visitors that walk the trails through Central Park are often treated to close views of deer, birds, and other native wildlife.
Grove Park is located at the intersection of Columbia Avenue and Grove Street near the Visitor's Center and Rehoboth Beach Museum. Surrounded by large trees, Grove Park is great for relaxing in the shade on a hot summer day or enjoying a picnic with family and friends. There is a "Tot Lot" play area for children and circuit work out equipment for adults, surrounded by a wide paved walking path. There are two pavilions for gatherings that are available to rent, restrooms, shuffleboard courts, and many benches. Grove Park is also home to the Farmers' Market.
Lake Gerar Park
Lake Gerar is a diverse 15-acre park containing a freshwater lake, children's play area, a fishing pier, trails, open space, and a manicured garden. It's located along Lake Avenue at the intersection of Lake Avenue and First Street. There is a shaded playground at the northeast section of the park near Henlopen Hotel. There are a swing set and picnic table at the lake's west end, near the intersection of Olive Avenue and Lake Avenue. The city's Italian garden, Navigator's Park, is also located at the west end of the lake.
The courts are located in the Deauville Beach parking lot and are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. every day. Court rental is $10 per hour with a two-hour reservation limit. Courts are held for ten minutes only. For more information contact 302-227-3598.
South of Rehoboth Avenue:
Stockley Street Park
This 3-acre park is located on Stockley Street just west of Scarborough Avenue. The park has several benches that provide a view of Silver Lake and a "Tot Lot" play area for children. This park is also home to Turtle Bridge, which spans Silver Lake and connects the park to Rehoboth Elementary and the Schoolvue neighborhood. The bridge provides the perfect vantage point to observe turtles swimming in the water and sunning themselves on logs.
Lee Street Park
This small park on Lee Street has plenty of shady trees if you need a break from the summer sun.
This park is located on Silver Lake at the end of Silver Lane. There is a small pier that's perfect for fishing or putting in a kayak.
This small park houses the Anna Hazard Museum and Senior Center. Nestled between the buildings is a small grassy area with beautiful flowering crape myrtle trees.