- TripBuzz found 101 things to do with kids in or near Mays Landing, New Jersey, including 95 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ocean City, Somers Point, Millville and Sea Isle City.
- From Jersey Shore Children's Museum to River Beach Campground & Marina, the Mays Landing area offers 94 different types of family activities, including: Camping Site, Movie Theaters, Children's Museums and Golf.
- Mays Landing is a historic village located in the township of Hamilton, New Jersey, just 20 miles from the bustling Atlantic City. With its clean streets, historic downtown, winery, and number of safe parks and recreation facilities, Mays Landing is a prime place to enjoy some peace and quiet while being close to the party center of the east coast.
The Ocean City Boardwalk originally was constructed in 1880. Today, visitors can rent bikes and surreys to ride along the boardwalk, visit two amusement parks, an arcade, a water park, a miniature golf course, and enjoy several dining establishments.
A 19-hole miniature golf course, Medieval Fantasy Mini Golf combines medieval decorative themes and obstacles with black-light effects to create a distinctive experience. Outdoor sections are under cover, and so can be played in rain or shine.
Playland's Castaway Cove is a pirate themed amusement park featuring numerous rides and attractions. Among these attractions are miniature golf, go karts, thrill rides, family fun rides, and concession stands.
A family focused health and fitness center, the Cumberland Cape YMCA offers an array of amenities, including swimming pools, basketball courts and other sports facilities, exercise classes and equipment, and health programs.
The Landis Theater was a major cornerstone for Vaudeville acts in New Jersey for 50 years. Newly reopened and available for rentals, it has returned to its classic roots and now includes a fine dining venue including a banquet hall.
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WheatonArts is a resource of American craft with an emphasis on the medium of glass. Programs include museum and gallery exhibits; interpretive demonstrations in various craft mediums; an artist fellowship program; outreach and on-site school programs; and collector's seminars.