Wildwood Crest Live Cam

On the ocean at Morning Glory Road beachfront motel at The Boardwalk


Hosted by:
  • Adventurer Oceanfront Inn
  • 5401 Ocean Avenue - PO Box 1506
  • Wildwood Crest - New Jersey
  • 08260 - USA
  • [email protected]
  • (609) 729-1200
  • https://www.adventurerinn.com/

Wildwood's Family Friendly Vacation Spot

Our location is funtastic. The Adventurer is Wildwood Crest's only beachfront motel at The Boardwalk. We've been operating motels in The Wildwoods for over 35 years, and we're pretty sure we're doing it better than anyone else. We have great get-a-ways for your group/organization. Your package includes: meals, entertainment, side-trips to nearby attractions and many extras. Tours can be customized to fit the needs of your group. (2-5 night stays - Price does not include transportation). Whether you are planning a vacation, meeting, or family reunion, the Adventurer provides the ideal setting for a memorable experience.

Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, and North Wildwood are your premier island vacation destinations in New Jersey. Wildwood is renown for its family accommodations, clean, free beaches and endless entertainment on the boardwalk and water parks.

In the Wildwoods the boulevards are lined with a wide assortment of accommodations to fit every budget. Many of our hotels and motels sit directly on the beach – you can sip you morning coffee and watch the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean.

Dine at dockside overlooking the ocean or inland waterway. From gourmet fare to Boardwalk munching, the Wildwoods have something to fill everyone's cravings. Remember to sample the region's famous blue claw crabs, seafood caught fresh daily and "Jersey Fresh" vegetables.

The beautiful Wildwoods are the southernmost island off the coast of New Jersey. We are just a short drive from the Garden State Parkway, which provides easy access to each of the Wildwoods’ three bridge entrances. The Cape May-Lewis Ferry docks just minutes from the island, and offers a pleasant hour-long journey across the Delaware Bay that dramatically shortens the drive from southern states.

One glance at the activities planned for 2002 leaves no doubt that the Wildwoods give much more than lip service to their slogan. This southernmost barrier island off the coast of New Jersey, home to the sister communities of North Wildwood, Wildwood, and Wildwood Crest, offers an array of attractions and special events that beckon visitors time and again from spring through fall.

Easter festivities kick off the season on March 30. Non-stop activities fill the island's spring weekends with events such as the Boardwalk Classic Car Show, the National Surf Casting Tournament, Captain Kidd Weekend, Boy and Girl Scouts Beach Jam and Monster Truck races on the beach. The traditional summer season begins with Memorial Day Family Weekend, featuring the Wildwoods International Kite Festival. A night kite fly with a finale of fireworks is scheduled for Friday May 24 to herald in the summer season. World-renowned kite flyers will make the sky a spectacle of color with their team and individual competitions all weekend. Free kite making workshops will be offered to children.

Summer events really heat up in July and August. An Irish Pipe Brigade provides Boardwalk entertainment each Monday. Clowns, face painters, parades and more delight kids of all ages at Family Night on the Boardwalk each Thursday. Fireworks light the sky each Friday. Free concerts under the stars are held every Thursday and Saturday at 2nd and Surf Avenues in North Wildwood and at Ocean and Rambler Avenues in Wildwood Crest. Families combine learning with vacationing when they join Wildwood Crest's Captain Ocean program each Monday at 8 a.m. on the beach at Rambler Road, or take a Doo-Wop Trolley Tour any Tuesday or Thursday to learn about mid-century architecture.

Labor Day Weekend means that the Wildwoods gear up for their "second season." Fall weekend events include the Irish Fall Festival, a Mummer's String Band Weekend, a Harley Owners Group Rally, the Thunder on the Beach Monster Truck Race, a Classic Car Show and Seafarers Celebration, just to name a few. The Wildwoods' schedule of over 100 special events is sure to include an activity that appeals to each family member's taste for fun. The wide variety of family entertainment and festivals exclaim "Welcome to our island".

Captain Ocean will lead an Ocean University "please touch" beach and marine life education session each Monday in July and August 2002. Families can join the captain at 8 a.m. on the beach at Rambler Road in Wildwood Crest for this free environmental learning program. Learning about the function of sand dunes on our sensitive beaches and the ocean environment as a home to marine life is just part of the experience. Participants can help haul in nets brimming with sea life. The captain will identify species and teach children and parents about the role that they and their "catch" play in ecology.

The southernmost island off the coast of New Jersey is home to wide, sandy beaches, a Boardwalk that boasts state-of-the-art amusement rides and water parks, and an abundance of lodging facilities in every price range. The island is also within a short drive of some of the best golf courses in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Public golf courses located in Cape May County include: Avalon Country Club, Cape May National Golf Course, Ocean City Municipal Golf Course, The Pines at Clermont, Ponderlodge Golf Course and The Sand Barrons Golf Club, which has been named as one of the "Top Ten New Courses in America" by The Golfer Magazine and as one of the "Top 10 Courses You Can Play" by Golf Magazine. Public golf courses in nearby Atlantic County include: Blue Heron Pines, Brigantine Golf Links, Buena Vista Country Club, Greate Bay Country Club, Green Tree Golf Course, Harbor Pines Golf Club, Marriott's Seaview Golf Club, May's Landing Golf Club and Pomona Golf and Country Club. Cohanzik Country Club and Eastlyn Golf Club are public courses just a short drive away in Cumberland County.

There are also private and semi-private golf courses in the area, such as the Wildwood Golf and Country Club and Stone Harbor Country Club, which are available for play by members of clubs belonging to the Professional Golf Association. There are nine-hole golf courses in the area, including The Pines at Clermont Golf Club in Clermont and the B.L. England Golf Course in Beesley's Point.

No matter what your golfing handicap, there are opportunities for golfers, from beginners to pros, throughout the greater Wildwood area. Combined with the unique entertainment, amusement and environmental features of the resort, the Wildwoods are the perfect vacation destination for golfers and their families.