There’s more to Rehoboth than just the beach! Tucked in to a residential area, we found Stockley Street Park, a great little playground with a surprise.
Much of the playset is in the shade which is extremely valuable in the Summer. The coolest part of this park is it’s proximity to the tail end of Silver Lake. Crossing over the lake, is the aptly named “Turtle Bridge.” As soon as we stepped foot on to it, we could see more turltes than we could count as well as ducks and geese aplenty. There are signs posted asking visitors not to feed the wildlife, as I’m sure many people inadvertently bring foods that are unhealthy for them.
There is no driving address posted online for this park, but you can use 303 Stockley Street, Rehoboth in the GPS to get you there. Of course we hid some painted rocks here, and we hope you hide some of yours there too!