306 East White Horse Pike, Absecon, New Jersey 08205, US
Enjoy the very best in this Econo Lodge Atlantic City charm and hospitality plus the convenience of being close to great area attractions. We offer a great value as well as a great location–we’re few minutes away From Atlantic City Convention Center and many other great attractions.
As you can see, there is no reason to shop any further. Come stay at the Econo Lodge Atlantic City today. Our neighborhood is overflowing with many attractions. Below is a list of our favorites.
Historic Absecon Lighthouse, the tallest of New Jersey's lighthouses, still boasts its original First-Order Fresnellens. This statuesque 159-foot white tower with its yellow and black color scheme is the "sister" of the Barnegat Lighthouse. It was built in 1857 to mark the dangerous shoals of Absecon and Brigantine near Atlantic City. Climb its 228 steps for a spectacular view of the New Jersey shore and the Atlantic City’s Boardwalk, beaches and sights. Open Thursday through Monday 11am-4pm; Daily 10am - 5pm July & August.
The New Adventure Aquarium on the Camden Waterfront (May 2005) delivers the most immersive aquatic experience imaginable. Marine life and animals live in barrier-free environments so that up-close, interactive adventures are possible. All the sensory impact of these foreign worlds will surround you, connecting you to creatures ancient, beautiful, bizarre, scary and stealth.
The Historical Museum on Garden Pier presents the culturally diverse exciting history of Atlantic City with vintage photographs, local artifacts and a video presentation. Free admission and parking. Open daily from 10 am - to 4 pm.
Located in Egg Harbor Township, Storybook Land is a 20 acre family fun park with over fifty storybook attractions depicting children's stories and unlimited family rides. Open Mid-March through December
Standing in Margate, Lucy the Elephant is an elephant-shaped building, with a unique museum and gift shop. A six-story-high, 90 ton landmark that has delighted children since 1881, Lucy is a National Historic Landmark. For a small admission fee, the adventuresome can tour Lucy's innards, entering via a spiral staircase in one of her hind legs. A tour climaxes with a stop in the open-air "howdah" atop Lucy's back.
The Atlantic City Convention Center is AC’s premier business address, featuring state-of-the-art business communications technology, 500,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space, an open-air atrium lobby, 45 meeting rooms totaling 109,000 square feet of spacious meeting space, state-of-the-art technology for voice, data and video communications, 1,400 space indoor parking garage, 29 convenient loading docks, and a restaurant and lounge.
The world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk features an exciting array of world-class casinos,a variety of shops, restaurants, two amusements parks, great entertainment, the Boardwalk Arcade, and picture-perfect views of the beach and ocean.
Atlantic City is a wonderful Jersey Shore vacation destination with beautiful beaches. Beach access is free in Atlantic City, and the beaches offer excellent swimming, fishing, and surfing conditions.
Blue Heron Pines Golf Course : Challenge your golf game at Blue Heron Pines, which features over 6,800 yardsof exquisite,manicured greens, blue water and strategically placed bunkers,creating the finest that golf has to offer.Enjoy the course that Golf Digest awarded" and "Quality Service" ratings to - the only public course awarded its "4-Star" both.
Where the splendor of the and fruitful bounty of the wine country come alive in the Pine Barrens of South Jersey.Renault features a gourmet dining room, two grand ballrooms, acclaimed cuisine, championship golf, and in a beautiful vineyard setting. Established in 1864, Renault is the oldest continuously operating winery in the U.S. At Renault, visitors can tour and explore its unique history. Renault Winery offers an enchanting European atmosphere and a truly unique culinary experience in their private dining rooms and banquet halls.
There's no place in South Jersey that offers the charm and atmosphere of Smithville.Located on Lake Meone, Historic Smithville features 60 unique specialty shoppes with antiques, crafts and gifts; the Historic Smithville Inn Restaurant and many eateries; The Colonial Inn; weekend events; a train; carousel; and paddle boats.Enjoy the winding brick paths, a beautiful lake, and quaint shoppes dating back to the American Revolution. Stroll over to one of the fine restaurants and have dinner with a view of Lake Meone.