You’ll stay in vacation mode with many fun things to do in Ocean City

Book your vacation accommodations at the Country Inn & Suites to stay near some of the best attractions in Ocean City, MD. We're located just south of the Maryland border, putting you five minutes from the delightful town of Fenwick Island in Delaware. When you're ready for a break from the beach, take your family to Jolly Roger Amusement Park for a memorable day of fun things to do like rides and waterslides. If you're in town for a conference or a trade show at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center, you can drive or use the municipal bus system to make the five-mile journey to this 214,000-square-foot facility.

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Assateague Island

13.8 mi / 22.2 km from the hotel
Situated along the coasts of Maryland and Virginia, Assateague Island hosts over a million visitors annually. Swim, surf, kayak, view wild horses, and go crabbing at this unique estuarine ecosystem.

Roland E. Powell Convention Center

4.33 mi / 6.96 km from the hotel
With its bayfront promenade, this 214,000-square-foot facility provides an ideal venue for trade shows, conferences, and live performances.

Gold Coast Mall

0.62 mi / 1 km from the hotel
Dine and shop at Gold Coast Mall where you'll find stores like Peebles, TJ Maxx, and Ocean Wave LTD.

Jolly Roger Amusement Park

4.91 mi / 7.89 km from the hotel
Themed areas like SpeedWorld and Splash Mountain and activities like miniature golf and amusement park rides combine to create a memorable experience for the entire family.

Northside Park

0.32 mi / 0.51 km from the hotel
Play at Ocean City's largest park, where you'll find baseball fields, a lighted soccer field, playgrounds, piers, jogging paths, and indoor sports complexes.

Ocean City, MD Boardwalk

6.55 mi / 10.54 km from the hotel
Whether you're walking, riding your bike, or rollerblading, you're sure to have a blast on one of the country's best boardwalks. Also known as Atlantic Avenue, this long stretch of shops, restaurants, and parks dates back to 1902.