Cape May-Lewes Ferry

Cape May-Lewes Ferry (Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun photo / August 9, 2011)

Summer may be winding down, but there are still a couple weekends left to get to the beach.

Even after Labor Day, Rehoboth has plenty of activities which don't involve sand or sun. Here are 10 things to do in Rehoboth for $20 or less.

Dogfish Head

Live music, great seafood and wood-fire grilling. What else could you possibly want after a long day on the beach? How about some homemade beer and rum. Sit back, relax and enjoy some of the finest craft beer on the market. 320 Rehoboth Ave.; dogfish.com.

Junction and Breakwater Trail

If you're looking to continue your fitness program during the dog days of summer, jog on over to Junction and Breakwater Trail. Bike, hike, run or walk your way through the best trails Rehoboth has to offer. Wolf Neck Road.

Midway Speedway Park

Midway can bring out the childhood in just about anyone. If you don't feel like zipping around the track in a go-kart, then you can head over to Fire Mountain Golf or White Water Mountain. Cost: Varies by attraction. 18645 Coastal Highway; midwayspeedwaypark.com .

Cape Henlopen State Park and Seashore Center

Looking for a place to let the kids run wild? Cape Henlopen's 4,000-acre playground has something for every interest. Swim, fish, hike, observe the area from a WWII tower, and much more. Cost: $5 per car. 42 Cape Henlopen Drive, Lewes, Delaware; destateparks.com/park/cape-henlopen.

Cinema by the Surf

Bring a lawn chair, grab the family and catch the cool ocean breeze as you take in a film on the beach. The next upcoming film is "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" on Thursday, August 22. Cost: Free. Rehoboth Beach Bandstand; rehobothfilm.com/film_events_cinema_by_surf.html.

Kohr Bros. Ice Cream

Since 1919, Kohrs Bros. has been serving up some of the most delicious tastes of the shore. After a long day of being slammed by waves and having salt water rush up your nose, there's nothing better than a sweet soft serve twist with rainbow sprinkles. 111 S. Boardwalk; kohrbros.com.

Nassau Valley Vineyards

An award winning vineyard, Nassau Valley offers free self-guided tours during business hours. A farm winery, Nassau grows the grapes, produces the wine and sells the wine all at the same location. Cost: self-guided tours are free. 36125 Winery Way, Lewes, Delaware; nassauvalley.com/vineyard.htm.

Cape May-Lewes Ferry

Bored? Wanna get away to a quaint beach town? Hop on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry and take the short ride on this impressive vessel to the peaceful Victorian beachtown of Cape May, NJ. Cost: Tickets start at $15. 43 Cape Henlopen Drive, Lewes, Del.; capemaylewesferry.com.

Ryan's Mini Golf

Competition is hard to find on the sandy dunes of Rehoboth Beach. So, if bocce and sand castles just aren't doing it for you, sink some putts at Ryan's Mini Golf. 1 Delaware Ave.

Funland

Doesn't the name just say it all? Funland offers amusement for everyone, bringing a carnival-like atmosphere to the Rehoboth boardwalk with rides like Sea Dragon and classic games like Skeeball. Cost: tickets are $0.35 each. 6 Delaware Ave; funlandrehoboth.com.