A view of the boardwalk at the beginning of the summer. By mid-summer this place will be packed with bodies funning and sunning. This particular spot on the boardwalk, where it widens, is a common meeting place. It's between Morey's and Mariner's.
Go visit the Cape May Lighthouse
The Cape May Lighthouse was built in 1859 the tower stands157 1/2 feet tall. Open for tours daily and is a fun day out, a good way to wear out the young ones and gettem tired too.
open daily 8-4pm May-Nov
Lighthouse Ave, Cape May Point, NJ 08212
Adults $5.00 children 3-12 $1.00
Beach, Waterslides, Boardwalk/Amusements, Sightseeing boat rides, ocean fishing excursions, parasailing, water skiing, bicycle rides, boating in the intercoastal waterway, Cape May victorian area, Ferry to 'Lewes, Delaware', Cape May county zoo
Skycoaster ride on boardwalk
Skycoaster - 150 foot freefall while attached to a rope. Other activities self explanatory.
Wildwood, NJ - A Great Family Vacation!
This was my second trip to Wildwood & despite the bad weather effects from Hurricane Charley, we had a great time.
There are tons of rides, food, gifts & games on the Boardwalk. I would also recommend a trip to Cape May, if you get a chance. Very quaint, Victorian community.
metallion's new Wildwood Page
I started coming here in 1983, continued to go to Wildwood on family vacations through the late 80's. Was a great place to play vball, soccer (on the beach), and meet other teens to hang out with and flirt with (the female ones of course lol). Stopped going for awhile, but started again in 1997 with my girlfriend at the time, who is now my wife. Overall the place may have changed some, but it's still "Wildwood" to me, which means a place I love to vacation!