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Insider since: 2009
Answered: April 28, 2016
My best advice is to check Salisbury, Fenwick, or even Delaware areas. Check Craigs List, or even contact the Chamber of Commerce in Ocean City. Finding one in your price range will be extremely difficult. I'm from Johnstown and know that it's possible to find an apartment in that range in western PA, but with all of the foreign students and summer help plus vacationers in OC in the summer, you will have your work cut out for you. You can also check the classifieds in Ocean City Today, the Delmarva Times, and the Maryland Coast Dispatch newspapers.
I wish you all the luck in the world.
I assume you mean The Cave in the Inlet Village. Many Inlet Village shops were open this weekend, but I did not notice if The Cave was or not. They are usually open no later than Springfest weekend (in 2 weeks).
Generally there are no restrictions, especially if you are doing it in a less busy time on the beach. If you are going to have an area setup with chairs and similar, you may want to contact the Mayor's office. They coordinate use of the beach for weddings and similar events. You can reach them at 410.289.8931. There is no fee or license required, but it is good to coordinate with them.
Hunt Valley and Ocean City
Insider since: 2010
Answered: April 22, 2016
I think you are at the right place for a short walk to the water. The beach around 1st Street is wider than the higher numbered streets, but there is a wooden boardwalk that extends from the main boardwalk into the sand. This makes it a shorter walk on sand and a shorter walk to the waters edge. I believe the wooden walkways are about every two blocks and extend halfway into the beach. There are also sand wheel chairs available to get you to the water if needed.
Insider since: 2010
Answered: April 20, 2016
There is not a AARP discount for buses, but non-residents over 60 years old can get free pass that allows for half-fare passage on the bus, Special Event Express Shuttles, and ADA Van (if eligible). The pass is not valid for the boardwalk tram. For more information call the Transportation Department at 410.723.1606 or the City Hall receptionist at 410.289.8221 or look at this webpage.
If you are an Ocean City resident who is over 60 years old, for $7 you can get a pass good for two years to ride buses for free. You will need to prove it with valid ID to prove residency and age.