- The list below includes 99 free or cheap things to do in or near Ocean City, New Jersey, including 61 different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, Fishing, Kayaking and Arcades.
- From Ocean City Boardwalk to Ocean City Beaches, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ocean City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Atlantic City and Somers Point.
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6622 Black Horse Pike, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 MoreLess Info
King Pin Recreation is a bowling and entertainment center that has 40 lanes and a full service pro shop. The bowling center also features an arcade with over 30 games, billiards tables, and full service grill and bar.
A show at the Resorts Casino Hotel, Diva's Do AC provides celebrity impersonations. The show has a rotating cast that includes impersonations of Joan Rivers, Prince, Dolly Parton, Madonna and Liza Minelli, among others.
Pirate Island Golf is an 18-hole mini golf course with a pirate theme. Its holes feature animatronic pirates, waterfalls, pirate ships, and other unique scenery and obstacles. It has three locations, and is available for birthday parties.
Rent a kayak, surfboard, paddle board, bike, or electric car for some fun at Harbor Outfitters, or enjoy the marine life in the bays and marshes of Ocean City on their sunset, full moon, and ecology kayaking tours.
First lit in 1857, Absecon Lighthouse is New Jersey's tallest lighthouse at 171 feet tall. The lighthouse can be climbed by visitors and it also has an educational museum, gift shop and Fresnel Lens exhibit.
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4208 Landis Avenue, Sea Isle City, NJ 8243 MoreLess Info
An interesting museum on the Jersey Shore, Sea Isle City Historical Museum is open year-round. Its displays include antique furnishings, photos and toys. Located in downtown Sea Isle, it tells the rich history of the community and its surrounding area.
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800 North New Hampshire Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401 MoreLess Info
Atlantic City Aquarium Historic Gardner's Basin is a park and aquarium offering various recreational opportunities. Along with the Atlantic City Aquarium, visitors will find Crafters Village, several waterfront restaurants, a recreational marina, and fishing docks.