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What’s your favorite local beach?

By Amy Mulvihill - June 2015

Readers Discuss Their Favorite Local Beaches

What’s your favorite local beach?

By Amy Mulvihill - June 2015

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Ingrid Friedenberg, entrepreneur: Fenwick Island State Park and Bethany Beach, DE. They are clean, family-oriented, pet-friendly, cute, and charming beach communities.

Kristy Wright, legal secretary: Rehoboth Beach. It has an upscale feel with fewer kids.

Val Levin, IT professional: Assateague: easy parking, natural beauty.

Scott Mech, sushi chef: There’s a “secret” beach in North Point State Park with a fallen tree that is absolutely amazing. Nature provided a beautiful bench for a beautiful place.

Lisa Frisky, staffing company branch manager: Ocean City, of course! Because it’s an easy escape from where I live. It has always been there for us, and the memories are priceless!




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