Top 10 Things to Do in Ocean City, Maryland
If you have been wondering how you can best spend your time while in Ocean City, Maryland rest assured, as there are a ton of things to do and see!
As one would expect of a city by the ocean there are a ton of seafood places to eat, but even if seafood is not something you enjoy there are plenty of other choices of fine local cuisine.
With 3 miles of boardwalk to stroll (or bicycle) along it is very easy to find yourself relaxing and enjoying the sea air and the views of the magnificent Atlantic Ocean.
Ocean City’s walking tour of the historical downtown area will give you a real feel for how the city looked and felt in its early days. Finish with exploring the Life-Saving Station Museum.
4. Thrill Rides
Trimper’s Rides and Amusement Park – If adventure and thrill rides is on your agenda you can’t go past Trimper’s. With rides for even the smallest members of the family there is something for everyone.
You’ve heard the saying “shop till you drop”? You really CAN do it here in Ocean City. Choose from outlet stores, malls, boardwalk shops and antique shopping, with cafes to rest at in between.
6. Play golf
From Little Treasures Miniature golf for the young ones (and not so young!) to grown up golf on a real golf course there is ample opportunity to play a challenging 18 holes in warm sunshine and sea air.
7. Bars & Clubs
If after a leisurely stroll along the boardwalk you feel like sampling some of the exciting nightlife the city has to offer, there are plenty of great bars and clubs to unwind and let your hair down in.
Rent a boat to go waterskiing and get up close and personal with the beautiful water of the Atlantic Ocean. Not into waterskiing? Then fish or just relax on the deck and while away the afternoon.
Nature lovers should not leave Ocean City without seeing the Assateague ponies and enjoy the beautiful nature trails where deer and foxes can sometimes be spotted, along with thousands of birds.
No visit to Ocean City would be complete without at least one morning, afternoon or evening spent relaxing on the warm sands of the beach, watching the waves of the Atlantic Ocean roll in.