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Seaside Heights New Jersey is a very exciting place Its busiest season is the summer Hundreds of people go there for its scenery as well as enjoyment I enjoy myself very much when I go The atmosphere is very diverse at Seaside Heights and many people attend there The groups of vacationers make up the majority of the crowd They come from everywhere in the tri-state area with all of their families Another good portion of the crowd is the people who actually live there in Seaside Heights all year round Then there is always the usuals around They are either there every day or every weekend but they dont actually live or vacation there These people are typically labeled as beach bums and partiers What they do is pretty much self-explanatory There are many tourist buses and campschool trips that venture there These two groups usually have the most fun and take in all of what Seaside Heights has to offer Seaside Heights is very pretty Its always glowing from the lights off the rides to the lights off the strip There are a lot of rides there for people ranging from the age of three to whatever age you want to stop having fun The designs are so intriguing that they look like works of art Some rides extend several feet into the air as wee as some dont ever let off the ground Recently two new riders were constructed and have drawn a larger crowd then usual The rides can be compared to slingshots you are seated in an enclosed ball and flung a couple hundred feet into the air It sounds a lot scarier than it really is The boardwalk itself is very old The wooden planks are always lifting and broken Tripping while you are walking down the boardwalk is bound to happen The boardwalk has hundreds of games to play and prizes to win You could never go home
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