Atlantic City Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401| Map |
The Boardwalk starts at Absecon Inlet and runs along the beach for four miles (six kilometers) to the city limit. Casino/hotels front the boardwalk, as well as retail stores, restaurants and amusements.
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AC, you will be my 100th Yelp review! Being a NY native, I have been coming to AC on vacation since I am about 5 years old. Every summer my Aunt & Uncle would pack my cousin and I into the backseat of the car and make the 2.5 hour drive from Brooklyn to spend a week or two in AC during the summer. While my Aunt & Uncle went to the casinos at night, my cousin and I would walk the boardwalk and hit Playcade, or cause some type of trouble in the hotels or on the boardwalk. During the day, we'd hit the beach or play at the hotel pool while my Aunt sunned herself keeping a watchful eye on us. From almost drowning in the ocean and needing to be saved by the lifeguards, to getting lost in the major hotels, having e...
I have no choice to give Atlantic City the best. It has given me some of the best memories of my life. Even before gambling. I went as a little girl, as a tween, and teen, as a 21 yr.old and also a grown women. I've taken my ...
I have been to AC countless times. Usually we go to AC when there are no rooms available at other beach towns in south Jersey or at the shore. The hotels here in general are a little more expensive than other near by shore towns. AC board walk includes casino hotels, shopping, rides, games, food and a view of the Atlantic ocean. I have been to Las Vegas but one thing Las Vegas does not have is the Atlantic ocean! Atlantic city is a resort community. Atlantic city is the first board walk beach anywhere. The board walk was first built to keep sand out of hotel lobby's. It is also known to be the worlds longest board walk because it ends at the Ventura Margate boarder. You can take a walking tour of the boar...