Wilmington’s Riverfront is a vibrant entertainment district full of history and beautiful waterfront scenery. With its numerous restaurants and attractions to explore, the neighborhood has become a hub for dining, nightlife and recreation. It’s also home to the area’s Riverwalk – a (roughly) two-mile boardwalk connecting the Riverfront to the Jack A. Markell Trail, or JAM, as the locals call it.
The JAM, named for Delaware’s former Governor Jack A. Markell, is a mostly flat, five-and-a-half-mile pathway that leads to Historic New Castle, a charming colonial town steeped in First State history. With neighborhood restaurants like, Jessop's Tavern, and attractions like the Read House & Gardens, it's a unique town worth exploring.
While the JAM has been known to interest walkers and runners, it is also very popular with bikers! Whether you’re an avid rider or looking for an easy route for a family ride, the JAM and Riverwalk make for the perfect ride.
If you’re like most, you probably didn’t think to bring your bike with you or didn’t have the capacity to drag it along. That’s okay! FIN bike rentals have officially arrived to the Wilmington Riverfront and your next bike ride is just a download away. To save time, we suggest downloading the app in advance and adding payment information.
You can find the FIN station near the Riverwalk Mini Golf (opening May 20) just behind the Delaware Children's Museum.
Additional bikes are slated to be added soon!
Available Hours: Every Day 7a.m. - 6p.m.
Last Rental 5p.m.