Ocean City, NJ, Approved for a new mini-golf course on 34th street
South Jersey and the Jersey Shore have a ton of great miniature golf options from Atlantic City, down to Cape May and everywhere in between. Now there will be another mini-golf option in Ocean City at the site of the old Blitz's Market on 34th and Asbury avenue.
The city planning board approved the location this week, signaling the end for Blitz's Market in Ocean City. Planning Board Chairman John Loper said the vote was unanimous for the course, which will be located right over the 34th street bridge at 3360 Asbury ave.
Patrick O’Hara, who owns Uncle Bill's Pancake House, was approved for the site which will feature a 18-hole mini-golf course.
There will be plenty of water holes, a spray fountain, waterfalls, a cave, multiple ponds, a bridge and so much more. They will also have plenty of food, snacks and drinks available on-site for players.
This will give residents and visitors another mini-golf option down the south end of town, in addition to Pirate Golf on ninth and all of the options on the boardwalk.
Here are some other great mini-golf options in the area for the summer!