The Rehoboth Boardwalk is about a mile long with hotels, restaurants, and novelty shops that stretch the boardwalk. It also has benches to rest your tired feet and access to the beach, whose waters was at one point (not sure if it still is) ranked number one for its water quality. The side and main streets also offer a lot of eclectic shops and restaurants, better and more choices than its Maryland counterpart Ocean City. Finding parking and parking meters was easy too, maybe because of the inclement weather.
As it was the first time to bring Kira to the beach ever, we were unaware of pet regulations on the boardwalk and on the beach itself. We were able to walk Kira for about a fourth of the boardwalk stretch until we were approached by the Beach Patrol saying that dogs are not allowed. Looking it up online, from May 1 to September 30 your pets are not permitted on the areas earlier mentioned. One lady said that the fee was a hefty $75. Thankfully, we were left off the hook by the Beach Patrol. Also, be mindful that the city has leash and pooper scooper laws, so don't forget to bring those poopy pouches with you.