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The Best
Old-School Boardwalks In America
One of the most underrated beach towns in America is Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. It's home to Jenkinson's Boardwalk, a mile-long stretch with a retro charm, classic boardwalk treats, and old-school fun like carnival games and mini-golf.
Jenkinson's Boardwalk
Romantic and adventurous Rehoboth Beach in Delaware has a boardwalk that is a mile long. The area is also home to Funland, an amusement park that has been around since the 1960s.
Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk
Hollywood Beach in Florida has the 2.5 mile long Hollywood Beach Walk, an underrated spot with a classic vibe that dates back to the 1920s.
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk
Better known as the Coney Island Boardwalk, Riegelmann Boardwalk is one of the most iconic in America. Running along the southern shore of Brooklyn, New York, it's home to the historic Cyclone roller coaster, the famous Wonder Wheel, and the New York Aquarium.
Riegelmann Boardwalk
Opened in 1909, the Santa Monica Pier can be found at the celebrity-favorite beach in Santa Monica, California. Pacific Park — an amusement park with the world's only solar-powered Ferris wheel — is located on the pier, which also has an original 1920s carousel, an aquarium, and a video arcade, along with restaurants, bars, and stores.
Santa Monica Pier