Maryland's Ocean Resort Town

Each summer, millions of vacationers flock to the sandy beaches of Ocean City, Maryland to bask in the golden rays of the sun rising over the Atlantic Ocean. Over the decades, the town has transformed itself into a destination that can cater to families and young partiers alike.

 
 
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A Beachgoer's Paradise

Every Torque Tours trip to Ocean City provides plenty of time for relaxation and leisure on Ocean City's 10 miles of sandy beaches. Whether you want to be seen among the crowds near the boardwalk as you get your natural  tan or you'd prefer a private game of beach volleyball on the less crowded beaches above 130th street, there is plenty of sand for whatever kind of beach trip you imagine.


Fish from the sea. Crabs from the bay.

With about 300 restaurants serving a town with less than 7,500 permanent residents, you won't have to wait an hour for great food if you find the right place. From 75 year mainstays like Dumser's Diaryland to hole in wall pizza places serving delicious New York style pizza, there is no foodie that cannot be pleased in Ocean City. And like most other coastal resort towns, the excellent seafood, featuring Maryland crabs, is the highlight.

All Torque Tours to Ocean City include at least one non-breakfast meal with the price of registration, and some weekend trips include multiple meals. Read the tour descriptions for more information.

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A Party Town

Once the sun sets over the Assawoman Bay, Ocean City transforms some of its best outdoor restaurants into vibrant clubs with cheap freeflowing beer and mixed drinks and live DJs spinning beats. And if your preferred nightlife does not involve sharing a dance floor or bayside beach with hundreds of other vacationers, OCMD has plenty of dives, sports bars, and arcades to expand your options.