59th St. Pier

59th St. Pier, Ocean City: Address, Phone Number, 59th St. Pier Reviews: 4/5

59th St. Pier
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TRM1968
Pitman, NJ226 contributions
Wish you could have seen it before Sandy..
Sep 2014 • Family
This is a great spot to take the kids. Plenty of metered parking. small play ground near the pavilion. South end of parking lot leads to the entrance to Corson's Inlet Park and many sandy paths. Also it you use their parking lot but was south you can hit the beach without beach tags. There is a pavilion with bathrooms and food rinse to wash off the sand.

I remember when there was an actual pier here but many storms later it's all but gone. Makes me sad. My kids love to climb on the rocks and you never know when you might catch a wedding on the north side of the rocks!
Written May 6, 2015
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jackiepaddy
Webster, NY1,811 contributions
Wiped out by Sandy?
Jul 2013
Went to see 59th Street fishing pier and... No pier! Just some pilings. Assuming Sandy wiped out most of what remained. Too bad. Nice view though!!
Written July 27, 2013
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barbara r
Hopkinton, MA50 contributions
A great fishing spot.
Oct 2012 • Friends
The fisherman in the family head ere every year. They have caught many blues and stripers over the years. The hurricanes of the past few years taking their tole but it is a special sight. I have noticed that they have been performing wedding ceremonies in the gazebo here.
Written October 7, 2012
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OCbeachfriend
Moorestown, NJ1 contribution
A great photo op at sunrise
There is nothing to "do" on the pier, since it is in such disrepair.
It is pretty to look at and take pictures through the pilings at sunrise especially in December when the sun comes up right at the end of it. It is a shame it was never restored. Many residents of South Ocean City have campaigned over the years to have it put back to it's original glory. There is ample metered parking within walking distance and bathrooms are located at the Life Guard Station also. I don't miss having to worry about a stray fish hook or "chum" coming from the now defunct fishing pier. The Corson's Inlet State Park is very nearby and a great place to hang out for the day, free. No beach tags are required there.
Written March 24, 2009
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