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9 stories that are totally Ocean City Boardwalk

Ocean City Boardwalk is special for lots of reasons. It’s a place people have nostalgia for, it’s a place kids look forward to visiting, and associate with summer and, for many of us, it was the place where we spent out late teenage years, playing at being grownups on vacation. We write about the OCean City boardwalk a lot here, because we’re kinda nuts about it. Here are the nine stories you guys seem to like the most as well.

Ocean City Night Photos

The Boardwalk at Night Photos – OceanCity.com

Nothing is quite as exciting on your summer vacation in Ocean City, MD than the Boardwalk by night. Here are photos of rides, lights, and the people and places that make your trip to Ocean City and the Ocean City Boardwalk so special.

Photo Adventure

Taking a walk along the Ocean City Boardwalk – OceanCity.com

The Ocean City Boardwalk is arguably like no other place on Earth. Sure, there are other boardwalks lining the shores of coastal cities around the world, but somehow, OC is just a little bit different – maybe it’s something in our sector of the Atlantic Ocean water.

Date Night

5 things to do on a Boardwalk date – Things to Do in Ocean City

The Boardwalk is the biggest tourist attraction in beautiful Ocean City, but its fun and quirky attractions can make it a memorable Boardwalk date! Who needs a $40 dinner for two when you can take your sweetheart on a stroll near the beach, anyways?

Open All Year

No, the Ocean City Boardwalk Doesn’t Close – What Is Open in Ocean City

We get lots of people asking whether the Boardwalk closes. The answer is no, not ever. The Ocean City Boardwalk is essentially just like a street it always is there to be walked upon and generally enjoyed. Although that hasn’t always been the case.

The Best of the Boardwalk

Best of the Boardwalk – Top Boardwalk destinations of 2017

Ocean City’s iconic Boardwalk is known for many things, especially its amusements. Beyond the amusements though, some of the best summer memories have to do with the sights, experiences, tastes and smells that make the boardwalk the boardwalk. Read on for a list of last year’s “Best of the Boardwalk” winners.

The Boardwalk has a Playground

New on the Boardwalk, the first Ocean City beach playground – OceanCity.com

The Ocean City beach playground is just the latest in a long tradition of free things to do in Ocean City. After months of anticipation Ocean City officially opened its first playground on the Boardwalk this week with the snip of a ribbon. The playground, which features three slides, monkey bars, a small ice cream stand …

The Life Saving Musuem is open all year

The Stormy Sixties at the Ocean City Museum – OceanCity.com

The Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum recently opened a new temporary exhibit paying tribute to “The Stormy Sixties”. This display focuses on events, lifestyles and growth of that tumultuous time. The 1960’s was a decade of change for America and a very memorable one for Ocean City, Maryland.

IT’s great for photos all year long

Take a Walk on the Boardwalk Photos

The 3 mile long Ocean City Boardwalk is the perfect place to go for a walk, never failing to entertain. The experience it brings can change depending on the time of day or the time of year, but no matter which season, or whether its morning ,noon or night, it is sure to be an enjoyable time.

It has a super-iconic ride that you didn’t even know was a rare find!

An interview with Ocean City’s biggest Haunted House fan

The Trimper’s Haunted House at the south end of the Boardwalk is as iconic as the teeth-barring bat that adorns the ride’s second story. For over five decades, kids and adults alike have fallen in love with the Ocean City Haunted House (OCHH)’s neon-painted walls, kitschy stunts and decapitated Count Wolf Von Vinderstein who guards the ride’s entry.

Tony Russo
Tony Russohttp://Ossurynot.com
Tony Russo has worked as a print and digital journalist for the better part of the 21st century, writing for and editing regional weeklies and dailies before joining the team that produces OceanCity.com and ShoreCraftBeer.com among other destination websites. In addition to having documented everything from zoning changes to art movements on the Delmarva Peninsula, Tony has written two books on beer for the History Press. Eastern Shore Beer was published in 2014 and Delaware Beer in 2016. He lives in Delmar, Md. with his wife Kelly and the only of his four daughters who hasn't moved out. Together they keep their two dogs comfortable.

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