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Insider since: 2011
Answered: October 19, 2016
In the second season, you and your best friend can at most any place that has an outside seating area. Maryland laws prohibits anything other than service dogs inside a restaurant.
The list provided is a great one but definitely call ahead just to let the restaurant know. Most places will be very accommodating!
Also, if you need a place to stay, The Barefoot Mailman caters to those who have pets. Go to www.ococean.com and search for accommodations and you can find them there.
Insider since: 2009
Answered: October 10, 2016
I'm sorry, but no. The tram is done running for the year. It will, however, be running at Northside Park beginning November 17th for the Winterfest of Lights, and will run until New Year's Day. Then it will sleep until Springfest in May of 2017.
Insider since: 2009
Answered: October 7, 2016
The Winterfest of Lights begins November 17th and runs until New Year's Day. You can find info here: http://ococean.com/events/winterfest-of-lights-2016
Insider since: 2010
Answered: October 4, 2016
This is a busy weekend in Ocean City, so some places may be sold out. However, here are a few great options in the area you are looking for:
Dunes Manor is a couple of blocks north of the boardwalk at 28th street, all rooms are ocean front with balconies. It is an easy walk to the north end of the boardwalk. They have an indoor/outdoor pool. Many rooms have kitchenettes. This is one of my favorite properties in OC, and the place I always recommend if I am only recommending one place. My family stays there often. They have adjoining rooms available.
The Commander is oceanfront on the boardwalk at 14th Street. They completed a major renovation of all their rooms last year. I stayed there last Spring and it is very nice.
The Beach Plaza is oceanfront at 13th Street. It is classic, older, more boutique hotel that renovated all their rooms about 5 years ago.
Holiday Inn & Suites is a great place right on the beach and boardwalk at 17th street. They have excellent pools. Most, if not all, rooms are ocean front with balconies.
Courtyard by Marriott at 15th Street is ocean front on the boardwalk. It is a newer hotel with lots of amenities including ocean front and ocean view rooms with small balconies.
The Hilton Suites Oceanfront Suites is 5 blocks north of the boardwalk oceanfront at 32nd Street. It is probably the most luxurious mainstream oceanfront place in OC.
The Inn on the Ocean at 10th Street on the boardwalk is a very nice B&B.
Have a great trip to OC!
Insider since: 2014
Answered: September 30, 2016
I'm not 100% familiar with Keyser, but assuming you'll be coming from rt 220, to rt 68, the only toll between there and Ocean City will be at the Eastbound lanes of the Bay Bridge, where you can expect to pay $4.00 cash, or $2.50, if you're using an EZPASS.