- TripBuzz found 154 things to do with kids in or near Wildwood, New Jersey, including 134 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cape May, Ocean City, Rehoboth Beach and Lewes.
- From Wildwood Beach to Island Miniature Golf, the Wildwood area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (All Ages), Mini Golf, Arcades and Aquariums.
- A suburb of Ocean City, Wildwood is a resort town with an exploding summer tourist industry. Along with oceanfront hotels, the town is also home to several historical motels designed with 1940's architecture. In addition to beach fun, tourists visiting Wildwood can further enjoy family attractions such as amusement and waterparks, as well as adult sites like nightclubs, bars and taverns.
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Cape May Inlet Marina, 1001 Ocean Drive, Wildwood Crest, NJ 8260 MoreLess Info
Thundercat Dolphin Watch offers the most up close and personal tours on the Jersey Shore. The tour boasts 98% success in dolphin sightings every year and has a specially designed boat to create big waves that the dolphins love playing in.
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29 Fulling Mill Rd, Rio Grande, NJ 08242 MoreLess Info
A large driving range and player development lessons, camps, and clinics work to help golfers at the Cape May Par 3 & Driving Range. The golf course itself is a full 18-hole course that is easy enough for younger golfers and can serve as a quick round of golf.
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261 96th St Suite 118, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247 MoreLess Info
A full service pottery painting studio, Island Studio Paint Your Own Pottery glazes and fires pottery pieces that patrons paint at the studio. Additional activities include mosaics and construction of glass items like necklaces, tiles and bowls.
A rooftop miniature golf course that offers a variety of challenging and distinctive holes, Tee Time Miniature Golf hosts occasional tournaments in addition to open golfing. The course also features a snack bar.
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500 Forrestal Road, Cape May, NJ 08242 MoreLess Info
During World War II Hanger #1 was an active dive-bomber squadron training facility. Today, Hanger #1 is part of the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum and visitors can tour the facility to learn about aviation history.
The day to day activities of those living in South Jersey are brought to life at the Historic Cold Spring Village which covers the years of 1789 through 1840. Interactive, educational, and hands-on family activities are offered at the site.
Founded by a dedicated veteran of the Vietnam War, the Forgotten Warriors Museum honors other Vietnam soldiers. There are also exhibits that are dedicated to the nurses who perished in the line of duty and those who served in the Korean War.
The soft and powdery sands of Seven Mile Beach attract many types of travelers to both Avalon and Stone Harbor, which are the two towns that contain the long beach. Birdwatching, swimming, walking, picnicking, and lounging are the most common activities at the low-key beach.