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Boardwalk is a T shirt strip of stores and casinos. It’s a dump with with the sketchiest of people. The whole city is defined by poverty and casinos. Felt unsafe a few times off the main strip. If you like casino’s then this may soothe...More
Boardwalk has a tram which you can ride to parts of the boardwalk. It was helpful for my father which is 76. I wish the biking was all day long, but it is only from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. There are a lot of...More
The boardwalk is a great place to wander up and down. Easy to take a walk to the beach anywhere from the boardwalk. I love the “Muskoka” chairs to sit and relax. Lots of cheesy shops and nice bars and restaurants as well as gambling...More
Got to enjoy the beach many times this summer but on my last trip was the best!! Had my gf with me and the walk along the beach was very nice. The sand can be pretty littered most ones so a little clean up there...More
even though it was September and not everywhere was open it was still very enjoyable to amble along here, stop for the odd coffee, and take in the sights along the boardwalk. Some of the buildings are modern and others reflect the 'heyday' of 100...More
This is a large wooden boardwalk with plenty of shops, restaurants and casinos along the way. One major downfall, there are very few places to find shade and none are built into the boardwalk itself. You have to duck into a store or casino to...More
Response from Kisses318 | Reviewed this property |
No you cannot bring your own alcohol although many people do. There is also a beach bar called bungalo beach bar that sells drinks right near the beach thats where i also go to the beach near so i can get a drink if needed.