- TripBuzz found 82 things to do with kids in or near Ocean City, Maryland, including 54 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fenwick Island, Berlin, Bethany Beach and Dewey Beach.
- From Ocean City Beach to 48th St. Watersports, the Ocean City area offers 64 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (All Ages), Mini Golf, Parasailing and Specialty Museums.
- The town of Ocean City, Maryland is settle along the Atlantic Ocean and is home to just over 7,000 residents. This vacation spot covers 36 square miles and jumps to the second most populous city in Maryland during the summer due to tourism. The town thrives on the waterfront with a history of fishing and a variety of boardwalk businesses.
Ocean City Beach is considered to be one of the cleanest beaches around offering a number of outdoor activities such as swimming, sunning, fishing, kayaking and more. A central feature of the beach is the Boardwalk which is home to a variety of stores and entertainment centers.
48th St. Watersports offers a number of services related to paddle boarding, as well as catamaran sailing instruction and rentals and kayak eco-tours. They also provide equipment rentals for wind surfing, kayaking and sailing.
Old Pro Golf is a family-owned and operated miniature golf course which features an underwater theme with multiple landscape and water features as well as motorized figures to make up for a challenging and entertaining game of golf for all ages.
Baja Amusements is a family amusement park with go karts, mini golf, an arcade, bumper boats, climbing towers, and rides for small children, along with an on-site snack bar. Go-karting includes a rookie track for ages 4-7, and single and double engine karts.
One of the newest attractions in the area is Ripley's Mirror Maze, which is part of the Ripley's franchise in Ocean City. The attraction features over 100 mirrors with LED lighting and digital sound for an exciting fun house maze experience.
Starting at Talbot Street Pier, Happy Hooker Bay Fishing takes visitors to the bay's prime fishing spots to catch flounder and rockfish. The trip takes place in a 37 foot headboat that is stocked with fishing equipment like rods.