12 Best Things To Do In Wildwood, NJ $$$ Money Saving Info

12 Best Things To Do In Wildwood, NJ $$$ Money Saving Info

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3 Popular Attractions In New Jersey

  • Long Beach Island: Island off the eastern coast of New Jersey.
    • Ellis Island: Immigration gateway in the first half of the 20th century. Located between New Jersey and New York.
    • Ellis Island: Immigration gateway in the first half of the 20th century. Located between New Jersey and New York.

    New Jersey Facts:

    • Atlantic City has the longest boardwalk in the world.
    • New Jersey has 108 toxic waste dumps. Which is the most in any one state in the nation.
    • The very first submarine ride took place in the Passaic River.
    • The tallest water tower in the world, the Union Watersphere, is located in Union.
    Atlantic City, New Jersey
    City of Atlantic City
    From top, left to right: Atlantic City skyline; the Ocean Casino Resort in the afternoon; Hard Rock; Boardwalk Hall; Ritz-Carlton Atlantic City; The Quarter at Tropicana; and Ballys
    Flag of Atlantic City, New Jersey

    Coat of arms of Atlantic City, New Jersey

    Official logo of Atlantic City, New Jersey

    Nicknames:

    Monopoly City[1]
    “The World's Famous Playground”[2]
    Motto(s):

    Consilio et Prudentia (Latin)
    “By Counsel and Wisdom”
    [3]
    Location within Atlantic County

    Location within Atlantic County
    Atlantic City is located in New Jersey

    Atlantic City
    Atlantic City
    Location in New Jersey

    Atlantic City is located in the United States

    Atlantic City
    Atlantic City
    Location in the United States

    Coordinates:

    39°21′45″N 74°25′30″W / 39.36250°N 74.42500°W / 39.36250; -74.42500Coordinates: 39°21′45″N 74°25′30″W / 39.36250°N 74.42500°W / 39.36250; -74.42500[4][5]

    Country United States
    State New Jersey
    County Atlantic
    Incorporated May 1, 1854
    Government

    •Type Faulkner Act (mayor–council)
    •Body City Council
    Mayor Marty Small Sr. (D, December 31, 2025)[6]
    City Council
    Members[7]
    • Chuen “Jimmy” Cheng (D)
    • Latoya Dunston (D)
    • Jeffree Fauntleroy II (D)
    • Jesse O. Kurtz (R)
    • Anjum Zia (D)
    • Kaleem Shabazz (D)
    • George Tibbitt (D)
    Administrator Anthony Swan[8]
    Municipal clerk Paula Geletei[9]
    Area

    City 17.21sqmi (44.59km2)
    •Land 10.76sqmi (27.87km2)
    •Water 6.45sqmi (16.72km2) 37.50%
    •Rank 165th of 565 in state
    8th of 23 in county[4]
    Elevation

    7ft (2m)
    Population

    City 38,497
    •Rank 61st of 566 in state
    2nd of 23 in county[14][failed verification]
    •Density 2,200/sqmi (860/km2)
    •Rank 171st of 566 in state
    3rd of 23 in county[14][failed verification]
    Metro

    275,549[11]
    Time zone UTC−05:00 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−04:00 (Eastern (EDT))
    ZIP Codes
    08401–08406[15][16]
    Area code(s) 609[17]
    FIPS code 3400102080[4][18][19]
    GNIS feature ID 0885142[20]
    Website www.cityofatlanticcity.org

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    1. Oh, but what fond, summer memories I have of Wildwood, NJ! Unfortunately, I haven't been back there last, since I was a kid in the early 80's and still living in New York.
      What a magical place as a child, when the world still seemed innocent and Santa existed. The smells of peanuts roasting, sweets, French fries, popcorn and cotton candy, mixed with the salt ocean air. The sounds of people talking and laughing, while hearing the ubiquitous "Watch the tramcar, please," from the Sightseer's speakers; which, by the way, I never rode on and not by choice (however a boardwalk is made for walking, especially for a healthy youngster with much energy to burn)! The cries of seagulls in the background, whilst baseballs were being thrown, attempting to knock over pins, balloons popping from thrown darts which found their mark (for prizes, usually stuffed plush animals), added to the carnival atmosphere. Folks screaming to the thrill of riding the old wooden roller-coaster, along with other rides, and the "Haunted House" I never got a chance to go into, dang it!
      Oh, boy, but to be a kid again!!

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