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.
Nature Center of Cape May
NJ Audubon's Nature Center of Cape May is an award-winning environmental education campus located on the shores of beautiful Cape May Harbor. They offer a wide variety of family-friendly programs educational programs, including Harbor Safaris, salt-marsh boat tours, kayak nature tours, children's summer science day camps, cycling tours, and wildlife-friendly gardening programs.
Visit www.njaudubon.org for more information.
The Wetlands Institute
The Wetlands Institute is “The Natural Place to Have Fun Learning!” Explore and support the conservation and preservation of coastal ecosystems in a fun and educational experience for families. The Wetlands Insitute is a wonderful place to enjoy bird observation as well.
Visit www.wetlandsinstitute.org for more information.
Trade that sand between your toes for some salty sea air! Parasailing in Wildwood offers an exhilirating way to enjoy spectacular views and maybe even a dolphin or two!
Visit www.hanglooseparasail.com for more information
Slow down and transport yourself back in time to the Victorian era. Cape May offers unique boutique shopping, a boardwalk promenade along the beach, art galleries and plenty of culture. Indulge yourself with a spa treatment or whisk the family off on a horse and carriage ride up and down the streets of historic Cape May.
Visit www.capemay.com for more information.
Cape May County Park & Zoo
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.
Visit www.capemaycountyzoo.org for more information.