Shopping and Entertainment
The surrounding area offers exciting activities and relaxing conveniences! Enjoy delicious restaurants, browse great boutiques, or head to the beach for a relaxing afternoon. Locals love shopping on the historic Main Street and at the nearby outlet malls. Turn your day of shopping into family night at Funland theme park or attend one of the city’s many organized festivals.
Angola Beach Estates is settled on the banks of Herring Creek, enveloped between stunning wooded areas and local farms. Your home maintains the spirit of a private, exclusive destination on the water and you’re an easy drive to major destinations and cities.
Take a drive down the historical, scenic roads of Lewes or stroll through multiple state and city parks. Spend the afternoon soaking in the sun on the beach, then grab some local grub outside on the boardwalk.
Major highways in the area connect residents to the many private and international airports as well as multiple hot spots such as Philadelphia, Washington D.C., New York and New Jersey. Access to local hospitals, doctors, health clinics, and state police and fire departments are only a few miles away.
- Zwaanendael Museum
- Funland Theme Park
- Grove Park
- The Lewes Historical Society
- Local Farmer’s Market
- Cape Henlopen State Park
- Delaware Seashore State Park
- Fenwick Island State Park
- Killen’s Pond State Park
- Trap Pond State Park
- Angler’s Fishing Center
- Martha Marie Fishing Charters
- Lewes Beach
- Rehoboth Beach and Boardwalk
- Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
- Several nearby golf courses and clubs
- Local grub: Aquave Restaurant & Bar, Fish On!, Gilligan’s Waterfront Restaurant & Bar, Lewes Crab House and more.
- Shopping: Variety of stores and boutiques along Main Street and Windsor’s Plant Outlet Mall.
- Downtown: Within one square mile, find more than 200 boutiques, galleries, spas, hotels, mini-golf, arcades, and more than 100 gourmet restaurants.
- June – August: Enjoy the free Summer Concert Series at Rehoboth Beach Bandstand. Listen to more than 50 bands, and watch movies and performances.
- October: Don’t miss the annual Sea Witch Festival for live music, a “cackle contest,” dinosaur safari for kids, magic shows, arts and crafts, a movie in the park, train rides and a costume parade!
- Short car ride away: Washington D.C. and Baltimore (two hours), North Virginia and New Jersey (three hours), and New York (four hours).
Fun fact: The city of Lewes is known as “the first town in the first state.” Lewes was the earliest settlement in Delaware, and Delaware was the first state to ratify the Constitution!
Local Information / Providers
Cable: : DirecTV
Carl King Energy Services
1400 East Lebanon Rd, Dover
or Ameri Gas
Driver’s License Bureau:
Georgetown Division of Motor Vehicles
23737 DuPont Blvd, Georgetown
Electric: Delaware Electric Co-Op
Internet: : Verizon
Rehoboth Beach Post Office
179 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach
Schools: Cape Henlopen School District
1270 Kings Highway, Lewes, Delaware
Town Government: City of Lewes
P. O. Box 227, Lewes
Voter Registration: Dept of Elections for Sussex County
119 N. Race Street, Georgetown
In Their Words
"Such a pleasant and safe place to live."
- Sandra Wysocki