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The Wildwoods, NJ


In the Wildwoods – which is comprised of Wildwood, Wildwood Crest and North Wildwood - whether day or night, there’s always something to see and do. On its legendary boardwalk alone there are three amusement piers featuring over 100 rides and attractions, including world-class roller coasters and three beachfront waterparks.


Elsewhere on the island, there’s also watersports on the ocean such as jet skiing, parasailing, wave running, surfing and speedboat rentals. At night, Wildwood comes alive with many dance clubs, Irish pubs, lounges, sports bars and other hot spots.


What’s more, Hersheypark has opened two new attractions at The Boardwalk At Hersheypark in late May of 2018 - Breakers Edge Water Coaster and Whitecap Racer - the longest mat racer in the world.


Skytop Resort in Skytop, PA has been an oasis of adventure in the Pocono Mountains since 1928. This majestic 5,500-acre destination has long been a place of both time-honored traditions and for making new memories. The Lodge at Skytop is the centerpiece of the resort and is home to many restau- rants and shops, along with 124 recent- ly-refreshed guest rooms and suites in three signature themes within the Main Lodge (Water, Garden or Mountain designs).


Groups come to Skytop during the summer - as well as all throughout the year - to enjoy a wide variety of activi- ties and recreational opportunities. The resort’s Treetop Adventure Course is open year-round and spans 3,000-feet in its entirety with varying obstacles that include elevated bridgeways from one tree platform to the next, logs hanging from ropes to walk across, lad- ders, a cargo net, and a total of 16 dif- ferent zip lines.


Set atop the peak of a high plateau, Skytop’s award winning golf course is rated 4 out of 5 by Golf Advisorand partners with Preferred Golf Club, a division of Preferred Hotels and Resorts. Its unique mountain-style track plays over rolling terrain and boasts wide, tree-lined fairways and small greens that challenge players of all lev- els.


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A CONVENTION WITH A VIEW.


WE MAKE IT EASY TO WORK HARD. The Roland E. Powell Convention Center has been designed from the ground up to provide a seamless environment for any event.


• 214,000 square feet to accommodate any size • 1,200 on-site parking spaces • State-of-the-art Performing Arts Center with 1,200 seats


• Less than three hours from Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia


• Free 10-mile beach and famous three-mile boardwalk


BOOK WITH US TODAY! Visit OCMDCONVENTIONCENTER.COM, or call 1.800.OC.OCEAN.


THE ROLAND E. POWELL CONVENTION CENTER


Mid-Atlantic­EvEnts Magazine 35


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