Treat Yourself to A Vacation in Greater Atlantic City
When people think of Greater Atlantic City the boardwalk and casinos first come to mind, but it’s also famous for its beautiful beach. Always free to the public, the beach is linked to nearby casinos, shops and streets. Throughout the year the city hosts a variety of parades and events.
Don’t miss Thunder Over the Boardwalk in August. The annual air show features stunts, fly-bys and daring feats by members of the U.S. military and civilians.
Shoppers have many retail emporiums to browse along the boardwalk. Shop for t-shirts, toys, candy, souvenirs and beach apparel. The Playground Pier offers designer boutiques along with mid-range mall favorites. Bargain hunters can browse for finds at Tanger Outlets, boasting over 100 stores.
There are 30 nationally recognized golf courses within 30 miles of Atlantic City. You’ll also find world-class spas offering treatments to soothe sore muscles and lift your spirits. Historic Gardner’s Basin is a maritime park offering sightseeing and fishing cruises, seafood eateries and the Atlantic City Aquarium.
Go antique shopping in nearby Smithville, or visit Tuckerton Seaport, an authentic seaport village. Batsto Village features exhibits on iron ore and glassmaking and offers hiking trails along Batsto Lake.
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Atlantic City Boardwalk
Open since 1870, the Atlantic City Boardwalk offers a variety of attractions including casinos, restaurants, arcades, shops and one of the oldest lighthouses in the country. Enjoy ocean views, tempting eateries, retail shops, a free beach and seaside activities like surfing, kayaking, fishing and windsurfing. Rent a bike, see a parade, play miniature golf, or visit fun attractions like the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum and the Atlantic City Historical Museum.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy surfing at Crystal Beach (Hampshire Ave.), Delaware Avenue Beach and Downtown Beach (Raleigh Avenue). Head for Jackson Avenue to enjoy kayaking and windsurfing. Other options include beach volleyball, sailing, fishing and snorkeling. Ranked as one of the top 10 beaches in the country, Atlantic City is one of the nation’s oldest seaside resorts. Feel safe with lifeguards on duty and enjoy lively beach bars after a day in the sun.