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Dewey vs. Rehoboth vs. Lewes vs. Betheny Beaches

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Hi - looking for a family vacation. Three young kids under the age of 6. Want beaches that aren't croweded, where our kids will have room to move around a bit. Life guards are not crucial, since our kids aren't really in the water much - especially if the beach isn't crowded. Would like good food nearby - but we mostly eat it. Good ice cream is crucial though!

From what I've heard - Lewes is a lot of retirees, Rehoboth is nice but crowded, Dewey has a lot of college kid rentals, and Betheny is family centric - but how crowded??

Thanks for any insight!

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