Scooter & Wheelchair Rentals, service & sales to Ocean City, NJ  08226

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Delivery  to motels, condos, homes!- Almost anywhere in Ocean City!     Email: busybeemobility@gmail.com                                            Se Habla- Espanol       website open : 7 days  a week/ 24 hours /day!/365 days a year!

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specializing in scooter and wheelchair rentals to Ocean City, NJ  and surrounding communities 


yes it's true we rent scooters and wheelchairs to folks in Ocean City, NJ with the L o n g, lovely boardwalk, the L o n g shopping district on downtown Asbury Avenue, the beach and your accommodations! When traveling back and forth between them- People of all ages can possibly miss out - Don't just sit on a bench watching others have fun-while life

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Ocean City!, NJ

As you probably already know, Ocean City, NJ  has often been voted New Jersey's best beach- many times- including for 2017 (tripsavvy.com, NJ Monthly). for  Besides being voted the top beach in New Jersey, it won highest accolades from voters for day trips, family vacations and ecotourism. The last time it  we serve here and all the close runner up beaches too! like the Wildwoods!

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About Ocean City, NJ

Ocean City, America's Greatest Family Resort, is a city in Cape May County, New Jersey, United States. It is the principal city of the Ocean City Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Cape May County. As of the United States 2000 Census, the city population was 15,378. In the summer months, with an influx of tourist and second homeowners, there are estimated to be 115,000 to 130,000 within the cities' borders. [8][9]

Ocean City was originally formed as a borough by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on May 3, 1884, from portions of Upper Township, based on the results of a referendum held on April 30, 1884, and was reincorporated as a borough on March 31, 1890. Ocean City was incorporated as a city, its current type of government, on March 25, 1897.[10]

Ocean City is known as a family seaside resort that has prohibited the sales of alcoholic beverages within its limits since the city's founding in 1879. With miles of guarded beaches, a 2.5 mile boardwalk, and a quaint downtown there is always something to occupy locals' and visitors' time.

Ocean City requires purchase of a beach tag for all individuals age 12 and up to go on the beach from early June through Labor Day.[14] For the 2008 season, tags could be purchased on a daily basis for $5, weekly for $10 or $20 for the entire season.[15]

History

Known first as Peck's Beach, a seven-mile stretch of sand dunes, meadows and cedar swamps was probably named for John Peck, a whaler who used the island as a staging spot for his whaling operation.

The island had served as a summer fishing camp for local Native Americans, a grazing land for cattle driven out from the mainland and an occasional hunting or picnic spot for mainland residents who would come out by boat. Original ownership of the land was by the Somers family.

September 10, 1879, four Methodist ministers, Ezra B. Lake, James Lake, S. Wesley Lake and William Burrell chose the island as a suitable spot to establish a Christian retreat ... They met under a tall cedar tree, which stands today in the Lobby of the Ocean City Tabernacle. Having chosen the name “Ocean City”, the founders incorporated the “Ocean City Association”, laid out street and lots for cottages, hotel and businesses. The Ocean City Tabernacle was built between Wesley and Asbury Avenues and between 5th and 6th Streets. the tabernacle is still there and occupies a rather large parcel of land encompassing many blocks.  they have a coy pond and other artistic, religious artwork on property.                

Great Links and info.

http://wikitravel.org/en/Ocean_city,_nj

FREE BEACH GUIDE- PRINTABLE!

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