Posts in Things to do in Atlantic County

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Outback Steakhouse – Family Friendly Restaurant Review

August 17th, 2011

We are kicking of our Family-Friendly Restaurant Review Series with a review of the Outback Steakhouse in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey.   It was a Thursday night and although the lot was packed we were seated right away. With our 3 boys in tow, I was glad we didn’t have to wait. The Outback…

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,…

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Harrah’s Resort – Family-Friendly Hotel Review

June 23rd, 2011

Harrah’s Resort and Casino, probably not exactly what you think when you think of family-friendly hotels in Atlantic City. But let me explain….   One of my goals with Jersey Family Fun is to connect families with family-friendly hotels across our area. I mean isn’t that one of the biggest challenges we face when we…

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Bloggers, Tourism, and Supporting Local Businesses – Talk About it Tuesday

March 29th, 2011

We recently had the pleasure of being invited to Delaware Beach Bloggin, an overnight blogger’s event showcasing what’s great about Rehoboth Beach and Southern Delaware.  The event was hosted by Mel of Mel’s Box of Chocolates and Delaware Beach Families and Aubrey of Southern Delaware Tourism. After having such a great time and getting to…

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Garden State Parkway – Exit by Exit Challenge

December 7th, 2010

Growing up in Jersey, you can’t help but hear the question, “What exit…?” Make new friends in college who are also from Jersey, one of the first questions you’ll get is what exit are you? It’s the same when you are an adult and you talk to other Jerseyans. We all seem to relate to…

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The Playroom – Brigantine’s Best Kept Secret

November 23rd, 2010

Tucked away in a little building, at the corner of Brigantine Avenue and 15th Street South, is Brigantine’s best kept secret for families. It is the Playroom. The Playroom is an indoor playground for children up to age 5. But perhaps it’s better than most playgrounds. At the Brigantine Playroom, your child never has to…

Playing in the Snow with my boy at the Tropicana

November 12th, 2010

Every once in a while I like to take my boys out individually on a “Date with Mommy”. They really enjoy it and the memory leaves them beaming for days. Earlier yesterday, I read about Tropicana Hotel and Casino starting their Holiday Spectacular with the tree lighting ceremony at 1:30 pm. Pictures with Santa were…