Memorial Day Weekend in Ocean City, NJ

For many, Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ, is a reminder that summer is near once again. Planning a trip to Ocean City, NJ, during Memorial Day weekend is giving yourself a sweet taste of all of your favorite aspects about summer. With sun, fun, ice cream and hamburger buns, there are endless things to love about spending Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ. The only problem is—what should we do?

Here are five things that the real estate experts and longtime Ocean City, NJ, residents at Monihan Realty say are a must during Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ. 

Gillian’s Wonderland Pier

Since Memorial Day weekend is earlier in the season, the weather is not always reliable enough for a dip in the ocean. This provides a great opportunity to check out the city’s famous amusement parks located throughout the boardwalk, such as Gillian’s Wonderland Pier. Since 1929, Gillian’s has been providing screams of joy and fear with their rides. Their huge Ferris wheel is seen when you enter the city, and the infinite view of the horizon meeting the ocean makes this a must during Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ. 

Manco and Manco Pizza

Boardwalk pizza is a staple for people visiting the coastline of the Jersey Shore. Manco and Manco’s is a family-owned restaurant that has been a staple of Ocean City since 1956. Their crispy crust paired with homemade sauce and gooey, melted cheese will make you want to drop all of your regular pizza places, and make the trip to Manco and Manco’s whenever you are craving a slice. Not only is it tasty, but it also is fast and cheap, making it a viable option during the business of Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ. 

Ride Bikes on the Boardwalk

It gets pretty crowded during Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ. The boardwalks are extremely long, so with heavy foot traffic, it can be difficult to get everything done you want to do. Ocean City offers plenty of bike rental locations near the boardwalk so you can have a fun, fast way to travel across the boardwalk. The group “car-bike” is a popular option for families that want to travel in a tight-knit group. By moving, it also keeps you cool with the beautiful ocean breeze wafting your face.

Watch the Fireworks

Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ means fireworks and lots of ‘em. According to Monihan Realty, the county always holds a spectacular firework ceremony the evening of Memorial Day. So, grab a blanket, some snacks, and head to the beach for a fun event that is not only memorable but free as well!

Memorial Beach Challenge

Looking for something more daring and challenging? Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ features the city’s popular Memorial Beach Challenge. This annual challenge is a sand obstacle course that is Navy-SEAL approved. Burn off those burgers and ice cream cones with this exciting challenge. The best part? They donate the proceeds to the 31 Heroes Project, which creates programs that assist the veterans who have done so much for our nation. 

With endless options of exciting things to do Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City, NJ, it makes it difficult to narrow it down to a select few. These five options are essential to maximizing your stay at Ocean City, NJ. If the weekend passes and you did not get your fill of Ocean City, the city always has plenty going on, which means you will just have to come back again. 

If you can’t wait for summer to arrive, get a head start on your Memorial Day weekend by planning now.  Visit Monihan Realty to learn more about the exciting events that the city has to offer and to book your Memorial Day weekend beach house before they sell out. Or, give them a a call at 609.399.0998.

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