- Our list of the best things to do in Long Neck, Delaware, features the top 172 nearby activities — including 76 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Long Neck, DE has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Long Neck, DE , followed by 170 popular activities in nearby cities, including Ocean City, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Fenwick Island, Dewey Beach, Cape May, Berlin, Bethany Beach, Milton, Georgetown, Millsboro, Milford, Millville and Selbyville
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.
The Bay Club provides two 18-hole, par-72 golf courses with challenges for all levels of expertise. Lakes provide ambience, while strategically-placed sand traps are designed to help golfers improve their game. Instruction is available.
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.
81% 506 votes
South 1st Street & Boardwalk, Ocean City, MD 21842 MoreLess Info
Trimper's Rides is a local amusement park which features a wide range of rides for both young children as well as adults with their kiddie rides such as water boats and wild west trains to thrill rides including the Himalaya, Avalanche and Inverter rides.
94% 260 votes
Ocean City Boardwalk, Ocean City, MD 21843 MoreLess Info
Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum showcases a wide range of historic marine artifacts including shipwreck finds as well as other exhibits including marine animals, doll house replicas of local businesses, sand samples from around the world and more.
The Calvin B. Taylor House Museum is a fully restored 19th century mansion and grounds with exhibits covering not only the house itself, but also local culture. The famous 'Race of the Century' between Seabiscuit and War Admiral is one of the featured exhibits.