Frontier Town

Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • Address: 8428 Stephen Decatur Hwy, Berlin, MD 21811, United States, Ocean City
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8002285590
  • Ticket Price: 6 USD
  • Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Town

Just 5 miles away from Ocean City, is a fun world that is perfect for families with kids. Frontier Town has around 600 campsites with all the amenities required to make it a memorable experience. The kids can go crazy zooming down the waterslides at the Water Park, while the adults can relax at the Lazy River. There are 18 Miniature Golf holes situated in a gorgeous area with waterfalls and lush shade of trees. The High Ropes give you the opportunity to fulfil your superhero fantasy as you zip line through the forest, while avoiding obstacles. And once you’ve had your fill of adrenaline rush, take a walk through history, the Western way. The Western Theme Park has a Native American Village and Wild West Show, that will surely captivate you as you walk back in time. 

  • Given price is for a single person for visiting over an hour.
  • Visits of less than 1 hour: Free
  • For more prices of Campground, Water Park, Mini-Golf, Wild West Show and High Ropes, kindly refer to the official website. 

  • Given timings are for Waterpark, Mini-Golf (Unlimited Day Mini-Golf), Wild West Show and High Ropes.
  • Frontier Town Campground: Open from March-November. Kindly refer to the official website for exact dates.
  • Water Park and Golf: Open from May 28-Labor Day (first Monday of September).
  • Wild West Show: Open from June 11-Labor Day (first Monday of September) and May 28-29 & June 4-5.
  • High Ropes: Open from May 28-Labor Day (first Monday of September). Open for Limited Hours in Spring (April-May) and Fall (September-October).
  • For more timings, refer to the official website. 

  • The Frontier Town and Fort Whaley Beach Shuttles run daily during peak season (June 11 - September 5), with a stop at Ocean City.

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  • Frontier Town Address: 8428 Stephen Decatur Hwy, Berlin, MD 21811, United States, Ocean City
  • Frontier Town Contact Number: +1-8002285590
  • Frontier Town Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Frontier Town Price: 6 USD
  • Best time to visit Frontier Town(preferred time): 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Frontier Town: 06:00 Hrs
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  • 62.57% of people who visit Ocean City include Frontier Town in their plan

  • 86.67% of people start their Frontier Town visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Frontier Town

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Frontier Town

People normally club together Fractured Prune and Tanger Outlet Ocean City while planning their visit to Frontier Town.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • I have been going to Frontier Town's Waterpark since 2006 and I look forward to coming back ever summer! The price is fantastic for an all day wristband especially if you've tried other water parks in Ocean City that are twice the price for a 2 hour band. There is a good amount of seating throughout with some shaded areas for us easy burners. The food are a little steep but they do allow coolers so you can have options. They have a poolside bar which we love on a hot summer day. They make a grapefruit cocktail with fresh cut grapefruit that is a must try. There's a few different sections with different slides, a kiddie area, and mini golf. My favorite is the lazy river. It's so relaxing and even on busy days it's not too crowded. This is even the place I proposed to my fiancee. Can't wait to come back.

  • The new water park at the campground is a good upgrade. We loved the old but the new is better since you don't have that gush of water at the top. A lot of gravel areas have been asphalted too. Keep up the good work!

  • One of the best places in Maryland for Camping! We've taken our daughter here since she was young and we've taken our grandkids here for the past 13 years. I'm going to hate to see them grow up and not want to go anymore. We're enjoying it while we can. I just did the high ropes and zip lines with my 7 year old grandson! It was an amazing experience!

  • Best little kid water park I've been too. My kids (ages 6, 2, 1) all enjoyed every aspect of the park. It is perfect for little kids. I as a mother, I loved how all the lifeguards were attentive to all their surroundings and would enforce safety. I recommend going around 1030-11am. Seats do fill up quickly. We did take a cooler with snacks, which they do search after you pay to enter. Food is a little pricey. I ordered hotdogs and they were $3.50 each, and they weren't the best. ENJOY :)

  • My family has been coming here for at least 15 years. There are 3 new water slides that bring the park into the modern world, but they're an eyesore and take away from the old-fashioned family-feel the park used to have. The park is no longer unique, as it now looks like other cookie-cutter water parks. There's a new group of lifeguards who are a bit too gung-ho. I'm all for safety, but whistles are constantly blowing for downright stupid reasons, making people uncomfortable. Additionally, a female lifeguard was throwing inner tubes into the water as people were floating by - a couple people were hit with the tubes and when they pointed it out, she walked away. Later, the same lifeguard was standing at the bottom of the older waterslide, and as people came down the slide, she was looking away taking bites of what looked like chicken tenders. How can you effectively perform lifeguard duties while looking at your lunch instead of swimmers? Later, a small boy came down backwards on the little slide in the wading pool and a lifeguard blew her whistle - the boy didn't hear, so she followed him around in the water, blowing the whistle behind him til he finally ran away in fear. Another lifeguard told my child that the tubes with seats were for adults only; however, a short time later, a younger child floated past the lifeguard while sitting in one. I pointed it out and she just shrugged her shoulders. Have these lifeguards even been trained?!? And why are people allowed to float around with alcoholic beverages? I've never seen this here before. There was a group of adults drinking and engaging in loud, dicey conversation while floating past kids. This is no longer a family-friendly environment. My family, at least, was not pleased with the "new" water park and sadly, after many years of enjoying Frontier Town, we won't return.

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