It all starts with the beach, and let us say, this is no ordinary beach. First of all, in most sections, the beach is absolutely enormous! And when we say "enormous", we mean the beach is wide enough to factor into your daily excercise routine. Not only is it big enough to host large events, like concerts, festivals, and tournaments, it is also free, meaning no beach tags required.
The Wildwood boardwalk is the island's epicenter of fun and excitement. Stretching around two miles, the famous boardwalk is home to amusement piers, waterparks, games, shops, delicious food, tram cars, and much more!
» Take a ride on the Tram Car.
Just when you think the beach and the boardwalk are amazing, now add the excitement and thrill of Morey's Piers and waterparks to take Wildwood to the next level of fun!
The island's architecture built in the 1950s and 1960s, reflected the postwar spirit of vacationers and popular culture. Highlighted by dense building fabric presented a varied and exaggerated spectacle of designs, all competing for the passing motorists' attention. Angular elements, space-age imagery, tropical themes and colors, with spectacular neon signage turning up the volume even more, combined to form a sensational display that can still be seen in the Wildwoods today.
Wonderful restaurants with delicious food, amazing pizza options, classic boardwalk eats, and much more.