Halloween Parade & Kids Fun Fair Postponed to October 30th

FYI: The Halloween Parade & Kids Fun Fair will NOT take place on Friday, October 24th. The event sponsored by the Greater Wildwood Hotel/Motel Association will take place Thursday, October 30th.

NEW THIS YEAR: Registration and judging will take place at 5 p.m. at The Wildwoods Convention Center exhibit hall lobby. You must register to be judged. Lineup will be in the front circle of the Wildwoods Convention Center and parade steps off at 6 p.m. heading south on Ocean Avenue to Crest Pier, Heather Road, Wildwood Crest where winners will be announced.

For more information call 609.522.4546.

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Sensational Soul Cruisers Entertain Large Crowd in Fox Park


More than 500 people enjoyed the talented Sensational Soul Cruisers during the second Fox Park Amphitheater concert of the 2016 summer season.  The band, introduced by Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano, kept the crowd on its feet with their mix of R&B, Motown and disco hits.

Wildwood Beer Fest


The Race of Gentlemen


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WFD Swearing In


  Wednesday June 1 was a historic day for the City of Wildwood Fire Department when Chief Daniel Speigel was sworn in as the city’s 11th fire chief. Chief Daniel Speigel is the son of retired Chief Floyd Speigel.  This is the first time in the city’s history that a second-generation […]

2016 Spring Boardwalk Classic Car Show


2016 Greater Wildwood Little League Opening Day


Easter Egg Hunt


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2016 Polar Plunge


2015 Veterans Day

Third grade students from Glenwood Avenue Elementary School walked to the Wildwoods Viet Nam Memorial Wall to commemorate Veterans Day, 2015. Local veterans explained the meaning of the more than 58,000 names engraved on the wall.

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