What does it mean? Why is this important? Well, it means there is no traffic to suffer through to get to my beach. As you become a local you realise that the beaches are busy places in the warm season. At Bayfront, you will avoid spending precious beach time looking for a parking space, and then once you’re on the beach you’ll have no worries about finding a nice spot. I think these all make for a valid argument for having a private beach in your community. Don’t you think?
I would say everything is about the beach! Every day in our very long season the beach is the place to go. Feel the sand between your toes, the water and that repeated term ‘life is good’. Life doesn’t get any better than a chillin’ beach day.
Bayfront at Rehoboth has its own private beach, kayak launch and gazebo on the Rehoboth Bay. Obviously this is a rare commodity in most communities. Yes I like to brag about it and why not.
Kayaks, rowing boats and I’m sure jet skis will allow everybody to change up from the lying prone sunbathing position AND feel the beach breeze as you glide through the water. We also have a small island called Marsh Island which is very reachable. I’m thinking kayak races across to the island and back. Or kayak across and leave Frank stranded on the island.
There’s no doubt we’re going to have some fun on the beach this year that’s for sure. With horse shoe pits, a beach volleyball court, the private beach, and more than likely, some adult beverages mixed in with more fun and games, and of course sunshine, it really is going to be an exciting 2013 at Bayfront at Rehoboth.