Transportation

Lewes-Rehoboth Canal Water Taxi

Green, public transportation along the Canal corridor via a water taxi. Visit the Cape Water Taxi website for times and schedules.

Cape May Lewes Ferry

This 80-minute auto and passenger ferry ride takes travelers across the Delaware Bay between Lewes, Delaware and Cape May, New Jersey. Call 800.64.FERRY or visit www.capemaylewesferry.com

Delaware Resort Transit

Delaware’s seasonal public transportation system provides convenient parking and shuttle services to coastal resort areas. Call 302.652.DART or visit www.beachbus.com For more Delaware Public Transportation options, visit www.dartfirststate.com

Georgetown Air Services

For more information, call 302.855.2355 or visit www.georgetownair.com

Jolly Trolley

Open-air guided tour and transportation serving the Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach areas. Call 302.227.1197 or visit www.jollytrolley.com

Woodland Ferry

The small cable run ferry, crossing the Nanticoke River, is one of the last remaining ferries of its kind on the East Coast. Established in 1793 by the Cannon family, the ferry once served as a major river crossing and trading center for locals and travelers. Today, it transports up to 3 vehicles at a time across the scenic Nanticoke River. Located between Middleford and Woodland Roads, southwest of Seaford. The town of Woodland hosts an annual festival honoring the history of the ferry. Call 302.629.9690

Map Reqests

To order county or state highway and bike trail maps, please visit www.deldot.gov