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Old 08-17-2009, 08:58 PM
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i'm 17 and i'm going there, and i have no clue what it's like. i'm afraid it's all old people and beaches just like south jersey. can anyone tell me what i can do there especially at nights
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Old 08-18-2009, 05:17 AM
Location: Central Maryland - Mt Airy
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Now that school is getting ready to start most of the "young" people might not be there but generally OC is the typical over-commercialized over-crowded beach/boardwalk atmosphere that most older people like me prefer to avoid. lol. Boardwalk is loaded with shops and stuff any 17 year old would like and if they haven't closed it there's at least 1 under 21 night club there. Have fun.
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Old 08-22-2009, 12:12 PM
Location: Colorado Springs
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You should of went to OC around June, July, or early August right now its probably not gonna have that many young people since school should be starting or has started soon. When I was younger I would drive to OC almost everyday I lived in Cambridge,MD. It was a lot of young people there, I would say that I seen more young people then older people there. The rids are okay but me and my friends enjoyed walking up and down the boardwalk. Also when I was young I would drive there around 8pm where your guaranteed to probably see nothing but young folks there. I miss OC and haven't been there in a couple of years since I live in Kansas now. But in the day time its a lot of families there with young kids, there's a lot of great restaurants. Just bring a good amount of money things are expensive there but I really enjoyed OC when I lived in MD. Theres a lot of clubs/bars parties but around this time of the year its probably not that much going on
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