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Coalition for Little Assawoman Bay

Home page photo and above photo by Ken Arni

Home page photo and above photo by Ken Arni

The Bay Today

"Waters on a starry night / Are beautiful and fair."
William Wordsworth

 

Little Assawoman Bay, one of Delaware's three inland bays, lies within Fenwick Island State Park. The park's eastern edge is the ocean, while the bay forms its western border. Wetlands weave in and out, creating a meandering emerald necklace along the shore. People, birds, and aquatic creatures all live here and enjoy the bounties of the bay. Thousands of visitors come to participate in its quiet pleasures—kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing, birding, fishing leisurely.

In the Quiet Resorts, the bays are the quietest places of all.

A Bay Gallery

Bay views and birdlife photos courtesy Ken Arni. Watersports photos courtesy Coastal Kayak.

 

Sunset on the Bay

             Alison Maddex photo

             Alison Maddex photo

Kayaking Little Assawoman

               Sam Markman Photography

               Sam Markman Photography

The Center of the Bay
(future home to 73 shellfish plots?)

Ken Arni photo                                                                                                               

Ken Arni photo                                                                                                               

COALITION FOR LITTLE ASSAWOMAN BAY, FENWICK ISLAND, DE 19944

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