Posts in Family Travel to Atlantic City

We Came, We Saw, We Dived!!! – The Atlantic City International Boat Show

February 9th, 2012

We Came, We Saw, We Dived!!!   I ventured to the Atlantic City International Boat Show Saturday with a large group of 13 people, 7 of which were kids ranging from 7-16.  I was afraid that with the age gaps someone might get bored or not be interested but boy was I wrong. We had…

Atlantic City International Power Boat Show – Wordless Wednesday

February 8th, 2012

  Last weekend was definitely a busy one for us. Not only did we have our Jersey Family Fun Day at Krispy Kreme, but we also were covering the Atlantic City International Power Boat Show.  We’ll share more details of the Boat Show tomorrow, but for now we wanted to share some of our favorite…

Where to Find the Kids’ Activities at the Atlantic City Boat Show

February 3rd, 2012

  If you remember, a little over a week ago, we told you about all the family-friendly activities at the Atlantic City International Boat Show. Today, we made our visit and checked it out for ourselves.  We’ve got some updates to share and the rundown on where to find what.  If you are going, bring…

Atlantic City’s Steel Pier

August 6th, 2011

Atlantic City’s iconic Steel Pier is the oldest amusement pier at the JerseyShore.  A trip to AC isn’t complete without stopping here.  I recently took my kiddos up there for a day of fun.   The Steel Pier is located directly across from the Trump Taj Mahal.  Since street parking is harder than it sounds,…

Dive into a good time in Atlantic City @Jersey Family Fun

Family Friendly Atlantic City Link up

June 13th, 2011

  Whether you are a new or old follower of Jersey Family Fun, you will come to learn that we are all about making New Jersey more family friendly and showing you why and what about New Jersey is family friendly.   The same is true for Atlantic City. (Read our earlier posts here.) Why…

Atlantic City Rodeo

The Rodeo rides into Atlantic City

March 11th, 2011

There are certain memories that stand out from our youth. Memories that we may put aside as adults but then something happens to bring them to the surface. When they do, we can’t help but smile. It’s that way for me with the rodeo. I spent my childhood years in Texas. I remember several family…

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