Springtime photos from Ocean City

Springtime photos from Ocean City

We all love summer in Ocean City, lying on the beach listening to the waves and the children laughing, feeling the warmth of the sun, and soaking it all up. But there is something to be said for a springtime visit, when instead of lying on the beach, you can walk along the beach without  stepping over people and burning your feet. In the springtime there is a feeling of a town coming out of hibernation, and you feel it yourself too, as you step outside into fresh air for the first time in a while, visit restaurants opening  up again for the season, maybe with something new on the menu,  or some new decor, and when you do meet someone on the Boardwalk, you’re more likely to nod a hello and offer a smile, than squeeze your way past with a thought that they nearly walked right into you! So we thought we’d whet your appetite for a spring visit to Ocean City with some pictures taken over the last week or two.

A beach with a skyline!
A bayside view
A quiet Coastal Highway
Ocean City canal
A not quite open Trimper’s
Morning solitary walk
Playing on a quiet beach
Almost on the beach…
Warm enough for ice cream?
Time to learn some history
Having the beach to yourself
Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum
Clear waters of the bay
Definitely make time for this!


Early evening sunset at Northside Park
Dogs love this time of year!
As crowded as it gets 
The sand is not so hot this time of year!
Having the beach to yourself in the spring
As the sun goes down, the moon comes up! 
Sun over Coastal Highway
Time to take in the view
Not quite warm enough yet to get your toes wet!
Strolling along the Boardwalk
Time to visit different beach entrances, some are really worth seeing!
Bright blue spring skies
Not quite in bloom yet, at Northside Park. Give it another couple of weeks….

1 Comment on this Post

  1. Bernie Cook (Mrs. Dumser’s daughter

    I can’t wait to return! Florida is great, but my memories of Ocean City in the 40’s keep calling me back every summer, and seeing your photos just caused me to return even earlier than usual this year. Thanks for the shot of Dumser’s DairyLand. It’s still going strong, thanks to Don Timmons!


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