Lewes Canalfront Park is where locals and visitors make friends and memories.
The site of the Canalfront Park has been a hub of activity since 1631 when the earliest Dutch settlers built their homes and fishermen launched their ships here.
Since 2010, the three-acre park and marina has been the heart of the community again, a spot to relax near the waterfront in historic Lewes and take part in year-round activities for grownups and kids.
The park along the Lewes & Rehoboth Canal is adjacent to the 1938 Lightship Overfalls, the historic Lewes Life Saving Station, Lewes Little League ball fields and tennis and pickleball courts.
It features a marina with floating docks, fishing pier with shelter, a cedar canalfront boardwalk, village green, lighted walkways with benches and shade arbors, landscaping using native waterfront plants, a canal overlook deck & pier, gazebo & arbor, playground, boat ramp for kayaks and canoes, restroom facilities, 28-space metered parking lot and a handicap ramp from the street to the village green and walkways.
Supported by and maintained by the Friends of Canalfront Park, it's the perfect spot to stroll, picnic on the lawn and enjoy the permanent amenties and ongoing free events.
Net House Office
211 Front Street
Lewes, DE 19958
For information about the amenities at Lewes Canalfront Park, please visit:
Parks and Recreation
or call (302) 645 7777 X100
For information about the marina, boat slip rental, etc., please visit:
or call (302) 644-9069
Rodney Robinson, Board Chairman
Peter Issel, Chairman Emeritus
LeeAnn Augustine, Board Member
Carol DiSabatino, Board Member
Steve Forestieri, Board Member
Diane Issel, Board Member
Rob Pitcher, Board Member
Marty Rosensweig, Board Member
Dave Shook, Board Member
Bob Garry, non-voting member from Overfalls Foundation
Denis Clements, non-voting member from Tulips in Bloom
Volunteers are always welcome for our events.