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Flying into Beautiful Ocean City

While Ocean City, Md. doesn't have an airport in the heart of the city, the Baltimore/Washington International Airport and Philadelphia International Airport are both a three-hour drive away. The smaller Salisbury/Ocean City Regional Airport is just a 30-minute drive from the beach.
Hotels in Ocean City
Hilton Suites Ocean City Oceanfront
$78 avg/night
Grand Hotel & Spa
$49 avg/night
Dunes Manor Hotel and Dunes Suites
$59 avg/night
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Best Time to Visit Ocean City

The months between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the busiest in Ocean City. Plenty of people travel here to relax in the sun and enjoy all the entertainment options. This also means that hotel prices are higher. While you can save a lot of money by traveling here during the winter, there's not much to do since many businesses are closed. However, you can also save money by visiting during late spring or early fall when temperatures are warm but crowds are light.

Cheap Flights to Ocean City

While it is possible to get to Ocean City by flying into the larger Philadelphia International Airport or Baltimore/Washington International Airport, it's a long drive from either of these locations. If you fly into the Salisbury/Ocean City Regional Airport you'll have a short drive to Ocean City. Plus, US Airways services this airport and includes daily flights to major hubs in Philadelphia and Charlotte, N.C. So it's convenient to get a flight into this smaller airport and get your vacation started.

Getting Around Ocean City on a Budget

Once you arrive you'll find it very easy to get around Ocean City. You can buy a ticket for the boardwalk tram, which runs the length of the boardwalk and can stop at just about any place. Or if you have driven to the area, there are plenty of parking garages and parking lots available. Plus, you can always bring your bicycles and see the area on two wheels.

What to Do In Ocean City

There's plenty to explore during your stay in Ocean City. The Travel Channel and USA Today have praised the Ocean City boardwalk for the endless amounts of fun found there. This three-mile stretch has plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. For thrills you can ride the roller coaster or challenge your friends to a game of paintball. Nature lovers can explore the shark jaw exhibit and two 250-gallon tanks at the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum. Plus, no trip to the boardwalk is complete without picking up some famous boardwalk fries.