Hang Loose parasail is the closest parasail company to Stone Harbor. Its located right out side of Wildwood, so you don't even need to drive into town. The place is really fun, we had a great time. The boat ride was really cool, we got to see lots of things that you normally just can't see. When it was our turn to go in the air we were a little apprehensive but we were strapped in an heading up before we even had a chance to be scared. The view was incredible! It was so quiet and still up there 500 feet in the air I felt like a bird. We saw a giant sea turtle and a big sting ray. At the end of the ride we all jumped in the water and went for a swim, its funny how relaxing it all was when I thought it was going to be a white knuckle adrenalin trip. Anyway I will defiantly be going there again this summer, and I think that this is going to be something that we have to do every year on vacation.
On the 96th street, at the Original Fudge Kitchens you can see the staff prepare fudge right in front of your eyes. The job seems to be tough, but the staff seems to be able to show some tricks for the customers.
Springer's Ice Cream Parlor is usually crowded by about 6 PM most every evening in the summer. 47 interesting flavors, milkshakes and kids with freckles - all which vary according to the month and which fresh fruit is available. Been around since the 1920's.
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On a good day, in August or Sepember, startling dark shadows move in the breaking waves. A ten foot column of fish is running in shallow waters away from dolphins, who troll the coastline in search of (dwindling) dining opportunities.
The bussiest street is of course the 96th. If you go further from there, you might not even meet a single soul...