Other watersheds in the Inland Bays
Assawoman || Buntings Branch || Indian River || Indian River Bay || Iron Branch || Lewes-Rehoboth Canal || Little Assawoman || Rehoboth Bay
Rehoboth Bay
Background  
The Rehoboth Bay watershed has a total stream length of 51.3 miles and a mainstem length of 15 miles.

Rehoboth Bay makes up one of three of Delaware's Inland Bays. The Inland Bays consist of three interconnected bodies of water - Rehoboth Bay, Indian River Bay, and Little Assawoman Bay - all located in southeastern Sussex County that are further divided into subwatersheds. The subwatersheds of the Rehoboth Bay consists of the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal watershed and the Rehoboth Bay watershed.

The land use of the watershed is made up primarily of agriculture and wetlands.
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