A short walk away from Chelsea, you will find yourself in Chelsea Heights, a residential neighborhood surrounded by water on three sides, awash with row houses and attached homes, some apartment buildings and a few high-rise apartments. At the northern tip of the neighborhood you'll find the old Bader Field, which closed in 1990. This general aviation airport that opened in 1910 was the first U.S. Municipal airport with facilities for both sea-planes and land-based airplanes.
Not long ago, you could spend the afternoon here chowing on ball-park food while cheering for Atlantic City Surf at the Sandcastle Baseball Stadium. Sadly, after 10 years of struggling to compete for attention blocks away from the casinos, this minor league team bailed out. Operations ceased in March of 2009.
It's a walkable neighborhood, if you want to get away from the bright lights and glitz of the casinos. You'll find a few shops and markets sprinkled among the houses.