The 38-block Wildwood boardwalk is lined with amusement piers, water parks, specialty shops, restaurants and arcades. This 2.5 mile wooden walkway has something for kids of all ages. Ride a bike along the promenade from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., take a leisurely stroll or ride the tram car while enjoying a breathtaking view of the Atlantic, watch fireworks illuminate the ocean on Friday nights or explore the many rides and thrills the Wildwood boardwalk offers.
Welcome to the Wildwoods! When you are finally ready to leave our pool and cozy rooms, there's enough activities here to fill a lifetime of vacations to entertain families with young children hitting the boardwalk to the retired couples ready to scope out some birds.
The Wildwoods' free beaches offer plenty of room for a variety of summertime activities — everything from surfing to boogie-boarding to body surfing to tossing a Frisbee to reading in the shade. There's even a dog beach for your furry friends!
food + drink
Leave the car with us and walk to Duffer's Ice Cream, Little Italy, Bandanas, One Fish Two Fish, Stuey's, Alex's Pizza, Mulligan's, Britton's Bakery, Cresse Variety, Seaside Diner, Surfside West Diner and Green's Liquors!
From beach bars to authentic neon lit diners to upscale waterfront dining the food scene is hot in Wildwood. Visit our front desk for recommendations or CLICK HERE for a full listing.
Fine wines, outstanding restaurants, classic jazz festivals and special events year 'round. Some things just get better with age, and charming Cape May is no exception. This historic Victorian seaside gem is the oldest resort and one of the most beautiful spots in the country. The entire city is a National Historic District, with nearly 600 preserved Victorian buildings.
For more information on Cape May visit capemay.com!
breweries & wineries
Within a 15 minute drive from Wildwood there are six wineries, many breweries and a handful of distilleries to wash down your beach days.
Cape May County is fortunate to have a free county park and zoo located just a few miles up the Garden State Parkway at Exit 11. The zoo features over 550 animals representing more than 250 different species from all over the world.
Admission to the zoo is free, but we recommend a donation at the entrance gate.
CLICK HERE for more information.