If you were thinking there is nothing for kids to do in Atlantic City, you would be wrong. While AC may be a casino town, adults don’t get to have all the fun.
There are plenty of cool things to do in this seaside resort town and nearby for kids too. You’ll find more than a few boardwalk rides and some arcade games in and around this town.
Kids can have fun while learning about aquatic animals at the Atlantic City Aquarium. On a clear day climb the 228 steps to the top of Abby, the Absecon Lighthouse for a selfie. Kids can step inside the belly of a 60-foot elephant in nearby Margate. Bike the boardwalk as a family or play a round of miniture golf. Or ride The Wheel at the world famous Steel Pier. These are just a few of the awesome family-friendly, kid-centric activities in and around Atlantic City.
And a trip to AC with the kids doesn’t have to be expensive. There are many FREE events and activites that are appropriate for the whole family.
While not located within Atlantic City limits, Lucy the Elephant may be one of the most kid-friendly attractions near the city. Afterall, what could possibly be more fun than hanging out on a beach that has a 65-foot pachyderm? That’s large enough to be seen from 8-miles out at sea without binoculars. Kids will be thrilled at the idea of spending the day in nearby Margate where Lucy, stands in the feeding position just off
Whether you are planning a day trip to Atlantic City or a week at the Jersey Shore, you’ll find family fun for kids from one to 92 at Absecon Lighthouse. Atlantic City’s lighthouse stands at 171 feet tall overlooking the Absecon Inlet. With a total of 228 steps to the watchroom (240 to the top), a climb to the top of the light fondly known as “Abby” will leave you breathless in many ways. Even
Unless you typically camp when you are on vacation, camping in Atlantic City may not be on your radar. However, there are some really awesome RV parks and campgrounds near Atlantic City and at the Jersey Shore. And now with COVID-19 being a concern for many, camping is an excellent alternative to staying in a large hotel. We’ve put together a list of 12 awesome campgrounds near Atlantic City and RV parks from Long Beach
COVID-19 doesn’t have to mean the end to your summer 2020 vacation to Atlantic City or any of the shore points. There are still plenty of things to do down the shore while maintaining social distancing. And whether the casinos, boardwalk amusement or even restaurants are open to full capacity or not you can still have a blast this summer. You may even have the best season on record as you will need to get
With New Jersey being known as the Garden State it only stands to reason that local produce and Farmers’ Markets would be popular in South Jersey. And it seems that most of the communities down the shore have a Farmers’ Market one day a week that sells Jersey Fresh local produce and much more. With so many markets you can hit one nearly every day of the week (except Monday) in a different shore town.
There’s no better way to experience the sun, surf and the sonic boom of an F-22 Raptor airplane than the 2019 Atlantic City Airshow: A Salute To Those That Serve, formerly known as Thunder Over the Boardwalk. While the name may have changed, it is still the same awesome show. Edited 7/31/2019 to update for the 2019 AC Airshow: A Salute To Those That Serve Edited 7/6/2020- Due to COVID-19 the 2020 AC Airshow has