Atlantic City ranked number one on the list with Coney Island coming in second.READ MORE: Max Scherzer Says Owner Steve Cohen's Commitment To Winning Is Big Reason Why He Signed With Mets
National Geographic calls Atlantic City “the grandfather of boardwalks,” adding that it anchors the seaside gambling resort and says Coney Island’s revitalization of its legendary amusement area puts it high on the list.READ MORE: 'I Want Justice For Him:' Father Of Zayid Muthana, Bodega Owners Call For Protection After 18-Year-Old Shot At Family Store In Brooklyn
Other top finishers were Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Ocean City, Maryland; Venice Beach, California; Rehoboth Beach, Delaware; Santa Cruz, California; the Sandwich boardwalk in Massachusetts; Virginia Beach and Wildwood, New Jersey.
To see the full list from National Geographic, click here.MORE NEWS: Caroline Simmons Officially Sworn In As Stamford Mayor
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