Area Attractions

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Ocean City Beach

Ocean city has something to offer to everyone with over ten miles of family friendly beaches. Ocean city MD, is renowned for unbeaten beachside fun and ocean city gives you the feel of cool, salt breeze against your skin. With ten miles of family-friendly beaches several people from across the world storm the beach to experience the fun filled day of swimming, sunning and surfing. Thrilling water adventures such as fishing, kayaking or canoeing are available. There is nothing in the world to experience like a visit to the ocean city. Ocean city is also known for its iconic boardwalk.

Life-Saving Station Museum

This museum serves as a historic building which displays the history of the US-Life saving service and the Ocean City's past. The museum has a one week free entry policy so as to encourage people to make the museum theirs. The ocean city life-saving station museum is now in the former home of the ocean city life saving station while the actual life saving station has moved inland. But visitors can explore the original structure which dates back to 1878 including the original color scheme of white walls, red roof, and green trim, which date back to when the building was operated by the Coast Guard. Exhibits take visitors back in time with stories and artifacts of the heroic surfers of Ocean City, while an entire wing is dedicated to genealogy, where visitors can look up their ancestral history.

Northside Park

The Northside Park has something for every family. Families are invited to spend the day at the park taking part in one of many sports, enjoying a walk through the well-preserved grounds, or relaxing by the waters. Northside Park, one of the largest and most popular parks in Ocean City, is a 58-acre complex with a lighted soccer field, three lighted baseball/softball fields, a multipurpose field, a footbridge, a fishing lagoon, two piers, two playgrounds, picnic areas, concession stands, a gazebo, and a walking/jogging path. There is a 21,000 square foot multi-sport sports arena as well as a 14,200 square foot building housing a gymnasium, community room, conference room, sitting areas, kitchen, and a patio.

Art League of Ocean City

The Art League of Ocean City is a non-profit organization that was created for people to appreciate, create, and be inspired by art. Visitors can explore the two-story gallery which exhibits works from local and regional artists. The exhibits are updated with newer work monthly and each new exhibit kicks off with a reception on the first Friday of each month - these are open to the public. Those who wish to get crafty themselves can schedule sometime in the pottery studio, take an art class by one of the many artists, or work in peace in one of the five working artist studios. There are also workshops, art camp programs, and community events for people of all ages and skill levels.

Ocean City Boardwalk

Regarded as a world class seaside resort, Ocean City's boardwalk is officially known as Atlantic Avenue and is recognized as one of the best boardwalks in the country by many. Irrespective of the season, there is always something happening along the boardwalk. Other than lodgings and casual eateries, there are fine dining restaurants, amusements such as museums, and a thriving nightlife on the 2 ½ mile length promenade. The Boardwalk blends culture and history in the many businesses that can be found there - for example the Inlet Indian sculpture of the Assateague Indian carved out of 100-year old oak can be found alongside the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum and the United States Coast Guard Tower. No visit to the boardwalk is complete without visiting one of the oldest fixtures, Trimper's Carousel. Also the boardwalk is perfect for moving bike rides or evening strolls.

Trimper's Rides

Trimper's Amusement Park and rides is a historic part of Ocean City. Many rides at at Trimper's Amusement Park can be enjoyed by all ages such as the Haunted House and the Himalaya.It has been owned and operated by the same family for over 100 years and offers a carnival-like atmosphere with fun rides, dazzling lights, and concession stands selling treats such as cotton candy, popcorn, funnel cake, and everything else you would expect at a boardwalk. For most people, it's tradition to spend a day at Trimper's when visiting Ocean City. Trimper's includes two hotels, a theater, and of course, the amusement park - the significant site offers a guaranteed fun time for the entire family.

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