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- 98%Family Travelers
- 78%Local Culture
- 72%Nightlife Lovers
- 72%History Buffs
- 68%Budget Travelers
- 60%Art & Design Lovers
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- BoardwalkMar 02, 2014
The following beaches are protected by members of the Avalon Beach Patrol: 9th, 12th, 15th, 18th, 21st, 24th, 26th, 28th, 30th, 32nd, 35th, 38th, 40th, 43rd, 50th, 57th, 61st, 65th, 69th, 73rd, 76th & 78th Streets.
Use of rafts and other inflatable objects are permitted at the following beaches: 9th, 12th, 18th, 24th, 28th, 35th, 40th, 43rd, 50th, 61st, 69th and 78th Streets.
Surfing is permitted at the 30th Street Beach and either side of the 12th Street stand, but not near the bathers.
Public parking is available in Borough lots at 28th - 30th Streets & the beach, 32nd & Dune Drive behind the Municipal Building, on the corner of 21st Street & 5th Avenue and off Ocean Drive on 20th Street. All parking in Avalon is free of charge.
Public restrooms are available at Borough Hall (32nd & Dune Drive), Public Safety Building (31st & Dune Drive), Community Hall (30th & the beach), Tennis Buildings (8th & 39th Streets), 10th & Dune Drive and 30th Street and the beach (next to the Tot Lot).
There are handicapped ramps to the boardwalk at 21st, 23rd, 24th, 26th, 27th, 29th, 30th and 32nd Streets. There are ramps from the boardwalk to the beach at 30th Street, to the beach at 8th & Avalon Avenue and to an observation platform and to the beach at 80th Street. Handicapped accessible bay front piers are located at 8th Street Pier at the bay side, 20th & 5th Avenue, 22nd & 6th Avenue, 23rd , 33rd, 37th, 53rd and 57th Streets.
Surf chairs are available at 9th, 30th and 80th Streets. There is no charge for the chairs but reservations are recommended. Call the Avalon Beach Patrol at 967-7587 to reserve.
- BoardwalkMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 6First to ReviewFeb 01, 2014
The famous Boardwalk in Atlantic City! It is big and beautiful and dotted with casinos. I love taking a walk down the boardwalk especially in the evenings, it is surprisingly quiet and peaceful there after the sun goes down.Recommended for:
- BoardwalkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Nov 14, 2013
Atlantic City's Boardwalk is pretty iconic. The view of the waterfront is nice, but the skyline of the casinos will probably make for more interesting pictures, especially at nightRecommended for:
- BoardwalkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Oct 26, 2013
The boardwalks of the Jersey Shore are one of the regions defining characteristics. When I was in high school and college the main boardwalks were at Point Pleasant, Seaside Heights, Wildwood and Atlantic City. Since Asbury Park and Long Branch are undergoing some of a revitalization those turn-of-the-century resorts are once more coming onto people's radar. All boardwalks are known for their water front views, street food and access to bars, games and casinos.Recommended for:
- BoardwalkJun 26, 2013
Walk the boards from St Charles Place in the North to 23rd Street in the South.
Along the 2 and one half mile famous Ocean City Boardwalk, you will find every possible snack food experience, along with amusement piers, souvenir shops, and the serene Atlantic Ocean.
- BoardwalkCommunity ManagerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4May 31, 2013
There's something so American about the Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Walking through here is like walking through New York's Upper East Side, the streets of London or the along the canals of Venice; it's like you're in a movie.
Part American history, part hedonism and a dash of bright lights, the Boardwalk offers fun for a person of any age. It may not be the prettiest or the newest, but it's certainly the most famous boardwalk I know.Recommended for:
- BoardwalkMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 3Aug 08, 2012
National Geographic calls it the grandfather of boardwalks, USA Today named it one of the top "Best Boardwalks". The Atlantic City Boardwalk provides access to hotels, resorts, shops, casinos and more. And the shopping is pretty good too.
Dining options at Atlantic City Boardwalk Days Inn include a restaurant. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a porter/bellhop.
In addition to complimentary wireless Internet access, guestrooms offer
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