I will always remember it as Dreamland Park. My parents first took me there when I was six in 1955. When I turned ten I was allowed to ride the Bumper Cars, my favorite. I would have to stay on for a second time. I always saved one ticket so on the way out I could ride the Merry-go-round. As a teenager I took my wife of 44 yrs there for our first date on the Tunnel of Love! When we left we rode the Merry-go-Round. Alan C
I remember saving Coca Cola bottle caps for discounted rides on certain days each year! Lots of memories!
My family loves Seabreeze we get our season summer passes every year. It's always a fun filled weekend happy ppl happy kids what more can anybody ask for. I would like to Thank the family whom owns the park and the staff that works every year... I would love to see the gyrosphere come back.... but keep up the good work that u all have put in....
Love the "old time" kiddie rides that you don't see anyplace else!!! My grandkids love them because they have never been on them anyplace else. Hope you didn't replace them.
I live in New Jersey and came here with a good friend last year. I'm happy to say it is one my favorite parks, between the rides, the atmosphere, the emplyoees, and the wonderful history. I love these little family owned parks and I cannot wait for my next visit.
Love Seabreeze! Close and affordable, I used to take my kids every summer, now I look forward to taking my granddaughter!
I miss the days when you could just go and hang out there. There were no gates or admissions you just hung out in the arcade all day. I remember 1 summer my friend and I got bracelets and road the Jack Rabbit over and over non stop. Those were great days. Miss them.
I love the park with trees and shade where families can rest a bit before their next adventure. Some Parks are just paved lots where there is no respite. Thanks Seabreeze.
How about the "Monkey House" and the ride through haunted themed house. At the bottom of park next to arcade.
i remember the jack rabbit had 2 trains running
Thanks for the history tidbit, Elaine! Seabreeze was named Dreamland Park for close to 30 years following World War II. The park switched back to Seabreeze in the 1970's.
I miss the Gyrosphere.
I notice that they don't mention that Seabreeze was once called Dreamland Park.
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Great summer music guide and a fun read! Really ooking forward to The Big UP festival!
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