The Wildwoods are one of America's most unique and exciting summer resort destinations... and the most complete vacation destination on the Jersey Shore!
The Wildwoods are famous for their wide, expansive, white-sandy beaches. The cleanest and safest on the Jersey Shore (and widest on the East Coast!), the beaches in the Wildwoods are also free!
The world-famous Wildwood Boardwalk - a honky-tonk extravaganza of wild rides, bright lights and non-stop action! From world-class roller coasters, thrill rides and waterparks to family-friendly amusements, attractions, shopping and dining, you won't find a more authentic "boardwalk experience" anywhere in the world!. The smells of classic boardwalk fare - from cheesesteaks to funnel cakes - and the exciting sights and sounds of thrilling rides, action-packed games, glittering neon lights and the famous "Sightseer" tram car make this a "shore" thing you don't want to miss!
Downtown Shopping, Dining & Entertainment
Once the stopming grounds of legendary stars and entertainers of the 1950s and 60s, downtown Wildwood is back - and better than ever! - with an eclectic mix of restaurants, cafes, shops, boutiques, bars, nightlife, and much more! With a pace and style that's different from the boardwalk, you can head downtown to sample international fare, find a unique souvenir (or an entire new wardrobe!), visit a museum by day, and party all night!
Doo Wop Architecture
The Wildwoods proudly celebrate their 1950s heritage and boast a world-class collection of quirky mid-20th century commercial architecture - from 1950s motels with their exotic themes and kitschy neon signs - to classic diners and other roadside curiosities. Take an architectural tour of the historic motel district - recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation - or visit the Doo Wop Experience museum to learn more about Wildwood's architectural and pop-culture heritage.
The Wildwoods are just minutes from other popular South Jersey destinations and tourist sites - from Victorian Cape May and the casinos of Atlantic City, to golf courses, nature trails and other historic towns & villages.