Nothing screams summer at the Jersey Shore quite like zeppoli and a Ferris wheel ride at the boardwalk. For those looking to get sprayed, spun, or shaken, there’s that, too. Enjoy the sounds of the ocean and the warm summer days and nights by taking in the miles of fun offered at these iconic wooden pathways, selected by readers as their favorites.

Atlantic City Boardwalk (Atlantic City)

“There’s just so much to see and do.” — Angelina, Bayonne

Asbury Park Boardwalk (Asbury Park)

“The love for culture and experiences is so great in Asbury Park. There is also such an old-time feel there, as well as history!” — Jamie, Red Bank

Casino Pier (Seaside Heights), FunTown Amusement Pier (Seaside Park)

“Every year we go to Seaside…we feel we should support them re-build it. Even last year without the rides we had a blast going down there with the water park and go-cart rides. This year, they have Casino Pier back up and running and I believe in a few years FunTown will be back better than ever. I have many great childhood memories at Seaside and giving our son these memories is what my husband and I want to do.” — Alisa, Flanders

Cape May Boardwalk (Cape May)

“CAPE MAY! Beautiful area, low key, family oriented, things to do, wonderful memories are made there.” — Suz, Montclair

Morey’s Piers (Wildwood)

“We love Wildwood! It’s very family-friendly and not as crowded as some of the areas farther north.” — Erin, Franklin Lakes

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk (Point Pleasant Beach)

“Family-friendly, great place to spend an entire day! FOOD, GAMES, AND RIDES!” – Michele, Morristown

Ocean City Boardwalk (Ocean City)

“I’ve been there every year for the past 35 years. It remains clean and family-oriented.” — Joshua, Neshanic Station

Pier Village (Long Branch)

“Lots of restaurants, events, and stores. Beautiful boardwalk and beaches.” — Randi, Succasunna