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Casino Pier, New York City Overview

Opened in 1932 and rebuilt after the wreckage by Hurricane Sandy, Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean strives in ‘rebuilding family memories’. About 82 miles from New York City, the Pier has a waterpark named Breakwater Beach that is free of cost for kids below two. The costs are USD 39.95, 34.95 and 29.95 for guests over 48”, USD 33.95, 30.95 and 23.95 for guests below 48”, USD 19.95 for seniors above 65 for all-day, early bird and twilight respectively.

Enjoy drinks by the hot-tubs at Tradewinds Bar, relax at the private cabanas and have food at Pier Grill, Dockside Grill, Curley Fries and Waffles & Ice-Cream. The waterpark attractions include Minuteman Express, Revolutionary Wild River, Patriot’s Plunge, The Harbor etc. The Pier has Kiddie Rides like Boats, Hot Tamales and Speedway, family rides like Moby Dick, Pirate’s Island and Tilt-A-Whirl and thrill rides like Hydrus, Skyscraper, Centrifuge etc. Enjoy go-karts, arcade, midway games, 18 and 36-hole golf or Wacky Rooftop Golf.     

Must Know Before You Visit Casino Pier

Parking :  First-come-first-serve. Located at the corner of Ocean Terrace. Sherman Avenue offers accessible parking and requires valid disable parking pass. 

Disability Friendly : Yes

Tips/ Things To Know : 1. Accessible entrance to the water park is near the corner of Boulevard and Grant Avenue. Accessible entrance of Casino Pier is near the east end of Grant Avenue and Ocean Terrace. 2. Serviced animals allowed only up to the entrance. 3. Each ride requires age and height verification. Guests with cast or prosthetics are not allowed to ride. 4. Go-karts are USD 10 per person and USD 2.50 per passenger, Wacky Rooftop Golf is is USD 7.50, 18-hole costs USD 13 (adults), USD 11 (kids aged 12 and below and senior), 36-hole costs USD 17 (adults), USD 14 (kids aged 12 and below and senior).  

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