Where is all the Mysterious Sea Glass at Pickering Beach?

My Insta friend Jennifer and I headed to Pickering Beach after our successful sea glass hunt at Woodlands Beach. Sadly, Pickering wasn't bountiful in the sea glass department. While it's a tranquil beach filled with nature of all kinds (it just so happens to be a horsehoe crab sanctuary!), I didn't find any sea glass. Pickering Beach is a combination of white sand, pebbles, and rocks.

What You Need to Know

  • Narrow beach, good for walking but not sunbathing or swimming.
  • Beach hours are 10 am to 6 pm.
  • Limited parking - be sure to obey the parking signs.
  • Bring bug spray in the warmer months.
  • No lifeguards.
  • No pets.
  • Horseshoe crab sanctuary - May/June is spawning season.
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    Excellent for bird watching.

Getting to Pickering Beach

Pickering Beach is approximately 10 miles away from Dover (Delaware's state capital) and its air force base. There are many other bay beaches in this area to visit. 

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