|A Little history of the Lifesaving Station...
The original lifesaving station on our property was relocated
from Rehoboth 60-70 years ago. The original building is now at
Shipcarpenter Square in Lewes, Delaware. The present building was
constructed in 1986-1987. The station was first used for town
meetings and staging for the lifeguards. The big white house was
the commander's residence. There were two small buildings and one
main building. One of the small buildings was used for cooking.
Presently, the station serves many purposes. It is the
headquarters for the lifeguards and meeting place for the town
council meetings, elections, and other special town functions. The
station is located on Dagsworthy Street and the Beach in Dewey