A Family Beach House located on BEACH BLOCK, featuring 3 Bedroom 1 Bathroom old style Ocean City Home close to the beach with a great front porch, brand new kitchen appliances, BBQ Grill!
Families Only Please!
Families Only Please!
|Deck Furniture||Outside Shower||Outside Hose|
|(2) TV's||(1) DVD||(1) VCR|
|(3) Bikes||A/C - Wall / Window||(6) Beach Tags|
Living Room / Dining Room / Kitchen / Decks
Bedroom #1 (1) Queen / Bedroom #2 (1) Queen / Bedroom #3 (2) Singles
Parking - On Street unassigned
|Aug - 2019|
|Sep - 2019|
|Oct - 2019|
|Nov - 2019|
|Dec - 2019|
|Jan - 2020|
|Feb - 2020|
|Mar - 2020|
Rates* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options or fees.
|Vacation Rental Standard Pricing||Night||Weekly||Min Nights|
Blooming Grove, US
Reviewed: Jun 20, 2018
Realtor was friendly and close by, had free literature about the areaProperty
The Ocean City boardwalk is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the resort. It is also one of the most well-known boardwalks in the world. It is 2.5-mile (4.0 km) long and runs north from 23rd Street to St. James Place, with mile markers for people who are exercising.
The boardwalk was first built in 1880 from the Second Street wharf to Fourth Street and West Avenue. In 1885, plans to extend the boardwalk along the entire beach were made as the city's first amusement house, a pavilion on the beach at the 11th street called "The Excursion" opened. A second amusement park, the "I.G. Adams pavilion", at Ninth Street and the boardwalk, opened soon after but was destroyed by fire in 1893. Following a second catastrophic fire in 1927, the boardwalk and its businesses were rebuilt 300 feet (91 m) closer to the ocean on concrete pilings, with parking created for cars in the space where the buildings and boardwalk once stood. The Ocean City Music Pier partially opened one year later, with work completed in time for the 1929 season.
In 1965, the Wonderland Amusement Park opened on the boardwalk at 6th Street, which is now known as "Gillian's Wonderland Pier". Runaway Train, a steel twister, is the only major coaster that operates there. Playland's Castaway Cove is located on the boardwalk at 10th Street. Two major roller coasters operated there, which were the Python, a looping coaster, and the Flitzer, a wild mouse coaster. A new major shuttle coaster at Castaway Cove, Storm, was planned to be finished in summer 2013. The two older coasters (Python and Flitzer) were removed and for the 2016 summer season, a new ride called "GaleForce" is under construction, which will be a high thrill roller coaster with three linear synchronous motor launches reaching speeds of 64 miles per hour (103 km/h) and a 125-foot (38 m) beyond vertical drop. The new "Wild Waves" ride will be a family-oriented coaster, with a height of 50 feet (15 m). The new "Whirlwind" ride is a figure eight kiddie coaster with spinning cars.
There is also a water park located on the boardwalk called "OC Waterpark", open during the summer months.
There are bike and surrey rentals available along with many boardwalk cross streets, but bikes and surreys can only be ridden on the boardwalk before noon during the summer. Attractions along the boardwalk include two family amusement parks with rides and games, an arcade, the Music Pier, a water park and various themed miniature golf courses. The Ocean City boardwalk has a wide variety of dining options, from sit-down restaurants to funnel cake