Fenwick Island is the southernmost point of Delaware’s coast and Ocean City extends just over 9 miles (~15 km) from the southern inlet to the Delaware line. The “strip” now supports hotels, motels, apartment houses, shopping centers, residential communities, and condominiums. The southern tip houses the Ocean City Boardwalk. The boardwalk is the main shopping district and entertainment area of the town. The Ocean City boardwalk has many prominent businesses and two amusement parks. Just north of Fenwick Island lies Fenwick Island State Park. The state park is a beautiful stretch of beach where visitors can enjoy swimming surfing and sun bathing.
Situated on the Atlantic Coastal Plain, Fenwick Island’s weather is moderated by the Atlantic Ocean and Little Assawoman Bay, with only 10 days annually reaching 90°F (32°C). Fenwick Island has a humid subtropical climate consisting of hot, humid summers and cool winters. The average daytime high in July is 87°F (31°C). The month of highest average rainfall is July with 4.78 inches (121.4 mm) of rain. For more information, please visit www.weather.com
Warren Station Family Restaurant has been serving the best homemade breakfast, lunch and dinner in Fenwick Island is tucked along the southern border of the state, just alongside Ocean City, Maryland. The Island features a state park that offers limitless opportunities for sunbathing, fishing, windsurfing and more. In town there are endless opportunities for fun, whether it’s a round of putt-putt golf, a go-kart ride, or some delightfully wet waterslides. This „Quiet Resort” will offer you quiet nights with amazing sunsets but it is also close enough to take a local bus into Ocean City, Maryland for some night life.