Wildwood Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Wildwood; our list of the best things to see, including Cape May Whale Watcher, Inc, Big Bear Lake and Hang Loose Parasail.
  • The best place in Wildwood: Cape May Whale Watcher, Inc

    Cape May Whale Watcher, Inc

    890 2nd Ave
    Large largest whale and dolphin watching outfit, claim a 99% success rate to see dolphins, and 68% for whales. Whale Watching Trips starts in March and end in December, with 3 daily tours in high season (May to September - 10AM, 1PM and 6.30PM.
    food nearby
  • Big Bear Lake

    I-68 exit 29
    (Bruceton Mills) 35-acre lake for swimming, fishing or sunbathing on the beach. 24 miles of mountain bike and hiking trails, lakeside waterslide, 18-hole miniature golf, game room, tennis courts, volleyball courts, baseball field, country-western dances. Cabins available.
    eat nearby
  • Hang Loose Parasail

    609-522-wild the cost is reasonable at between $50 and $65 per person
    It is an incredible value for a truly a once in a life time adventure.
    restaurants nearby
  • 100 Oaks Mall

    I-65 near exit 78
    Formerly a mall, 100 Oaks's shopping options are the street level vendors. The building now houses new clinic facilities for Vanderbilt Medical Center. Remaining shops remain open.
  • convention center

    which is located at the end of the boardwalk
  • Antique Images, Old time Photos

    Boardwalk Mall
    The first and Oldest Old Time Photo Studio on the New Jersey Shore. In continuous operation since 1977 celebrating the 34th summer season in 2010.
    restaurants nearby
  • Antique Images

    Boardwalk Mall
    Original Home of Old Time Photos on the Jersey Shore. In Continuous operation by the same owners since 1977. Professional Service, Portrairs not snapshots.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Wildwood uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.