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Check out our calendar of events!

On The Island

  1. Spectacular New Years Eve events, over 60 different venues. www.firstnightocnj.com.
  2. Wonderland Pier and water park www.gillians.com
  3. Playlands Castaway Cove rides www.oceancityfun.com
  4. Motivational and Inspirational speakers and concerts June thru Septemberwww.octabernacle.org
  5. Ocean City Museum – preserving the culture and heritage of Ocean City, NJwww.ocnjmuseum.org .
  6. Bay Cats guided nature tour in Kayaks –  Discover the diversity and beauty in the salt march ecosystems.  www.baycats.com.
  7. Water Sport Speed Ride new to Ocean City, within walking distance from the inn. www.oceancityboatride.com.
  8. Learn to Dance!  Ballroom, Latin & Swing dance lessons during the summer.  1735 Simpson Ave, 2nd floor. 609 602-5288.
  9. Relax, Rejuvenate, Renew at Still waters specializing in Massage therapy, skin care, nails www.stillwatersstresscenter.com
  10. Shopping District – Asbury Avenue from 6th to 12 street.
  11. Playgrounds; North St & Haven Ave, 8th & Haven Ave, 15th St & Bay Ave, 29th St & West Ave, 34th St & Asbury Ave., 52nd St. & Haven Ave.
  12. Tennis Court – 6th & Atlantic Ave. 609 525-9306
  13. Shuffleboard Courts – 6th & Boardwalk 609 525-9288
  14. Bike & Surrey Rental – 4th & Boardwalk 609 398-3712
  15. Surf Buggy Centers – 8th or 12th & Boardwalk www.surfbuggycenters.com
  16. Parasailing – 3rd St. & Bay 609 399-3559
  17. Pirate Adventures – 926 Palen St. 609 398-7555 www.pirateadventuresoceancity.com
  18. Skateboard Park – 6th & Boardwalk 609 525-9304
  19. Inn to Inn & Historic Tour – 609 399-2629

Off The Island

  1. Great entertainment – concerts, comedy, sports, expos www.atlanticcitynj.com
  2.  Wheaton Village is an interactive museum of American glass. They have studios of ceramic, flame working, woodcarving and more. www.wheatonarts.org/
  3.  Lighthouses in Abescon, Cape May, Hereford Inlet, Barnegat and Tuckerton. At Tuckerton Seaport it is much more than a lighthouse. See the Jersey Shore as in days of yore. Talk to and watch decoy carvers, boat builders, clammers, oystermen, etc.www.tuckertonseaport.org.
  4. Cold Spring Village is an early American Open Air living museum. Talk with the blacksmith, spinner, weaver, potter, printer, etc. as they demonstrate how things were done. www.hcsv.org.
  5.  Atlantic City Historical Museum presents the culturally diverse and exciting history of Atlantic City in a nostalgic timeline. www.acmuseum.org.
  6.  Wetlands Institute where secrets of the Salt Marsh are revealed.www.wetlandsinstitute.org.
  7.  Leaming Run Gardens where you can walk back in time and see a colonial farm, and 30 acres of flowers, ferns, lawns and ponds. www.njsouth.com.
  8.  Ocean Life Center in the Historic Gardner’s Basin. There is a fascinating aquarium there as well as hands-on learning adventures. www.acaquarium.com/
  9. Old world wine making vinard/vinery.  Wine tasting and tour www.natalivineyards.com
  10. Winery tour & tasting www.renaultwinery.com
  11. Lucy the elephant – historical landmark www.lucytheelephant.org
  12. Ripleys Believe it or Not –  explore the unusual and odd. www.ripleysatlanticcity.com
  13. Historic Smithville – quaint shops and eateries open year round www.smithvillenj.com
  14. Cape May County Zoo – Countys best kept secret www.capemaycountyzoo.org.
  15. NJ Motorsports Park – New park opened in 2008.  Race excitement you don’t want to miss! www.njmotorsportspark.com
  16.  All aboard fall foliage excursions, and the Santa Express.  Check out this new train ride at www.capemayseashorelines.org

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