If this video doesn’t make you want to visit Ocean City, New Jersey, you might want to get your vision checked.
Avid traveler and drone videographer, YouTube user Voyager Vyom, recently uploaded his video love letter to Ocean City and it’s stunning.
The video opens on Great Egg Harbor Bay, there is an instant feeling of serenity. Check out how peaceful it looks!
Next, it highlights Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, which has been an Ocean City staple since its founding in 1929.
This photo of the crowded beach shows just how popular this destination is. You can practically smell the salty air.
Although not a tourist destination, the home of the Red Raiders makes an appearance! Ocean City High School is located on Atlantic Avenue.
Ocean City’s 2-mile boardwalk is open year-round and filled with shops and restaurants.
Here’s a look at some of the other rides on the pier. It’s enough to make you feel like a kid again.
Attention, puppy parents: you can bring your dog to Longport Dog Beach to enjoy the Jersey Shore with the rest of the family.
This photo of Great Egg Harbor Bay is simply stunning. The next time you hear someone say New Jersey is all freeways or trash like the “Jersey Shore” show, show them that this is the real Jersey Shore.
Wouldn’t you like to spend an afternoon on one of these boats?
There’s more to see in the full video, you can watch it below:
I don’t know why a world traveler would choose Ocean City, NJ, but I’m glad the Garden State is getting the recognition it deserves! You can see more trips from Voyager Vyom here.
The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of Kylie Moore of New Jersey 101.5. All opinions expressed are those of Kylie. You can follow Kylie on instagram.
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