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Is there any place to obtain a boardwalk map?

Submitted by Judy N, Essex Maryland on March 19, 2015
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Hi Judy,

http://www.ocboards.com has an excellent interactive map where you click on it and find all of the attractions, eateries, store, amusements, etc in the location you click on.

Bill A.

Bill A.

Linthicum MD and OC MD Answered: March 19, 2015 Insider Since 2008

Send for a free Visitor Guide at http://www.ococean.com/vacation-guide for a printed one.

This is also a very helpful site  http://www.ocboards.com/map.html

And if you Google search Ocean City Md Boardwalk Map, you'll see a lot of images set up by sections that you can enlarge and look at.

Also check out http://ococean.com/maps

Darlene L.

Darlene L.

Johnstown Pa Answered: March 19, 2015 Insider Since 2009

yes when you get a visitor guide or if you go to the 27th street tram station there is a huge picture of the map of Ocean City.

Kathy H.

Kathy H.

Bayville, NJ Answered: March 19, 2015 Insider Since 2010

My favorite map of the Boardwalk is here:   http://www.ocboards.com/map.html .   It is updated annually in May.

Savas K.

Savas K.

Hunt Valley and Ocean City Answered: March 20, 2015 Insider Since 2010

Yes, many of the tourism magazines, including Sunny Day, include maps. More detailed maps can me obtained at the Visitor's Center in the Convention Center at 40th Street. At various locations along the boardwalk, including at each end, there are detailed map the of boardwalk posted.

Karl S.

Karl S.

Centreville, VA Answered: March 19, 2015 Insider Since 2010

Hello Judy,

My fellow insiders have provided you with some great links for mapping out the boardwalk.

Just to give you an general idea of how our boardwalk is laid out - The southern end of the boardwalk (towards the inlet) is where the bulk of the action is located. This is where you'll find amusement rides, arcades, games, ect. You'll find places to stay, and eat the entire length of the boards, but the further north you head up the boardwalk, you'll progressively find less retail & recreation, and more lodging instead of attractions.

Dean M.

Dean M.

Pittsburgh Pa Answered: March 19, 2015 Insider Since 2014
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