ABOUT THE WILDWOODS

The Wildwoods Image Gallery features hundreds of photos and videos for you to view, download and share. Photos of Amusements, the Boardwalk, The Beach, Dining, Events & Festivals are uploaded and refreshed often. For higher resolution images visit our press room.

The Wildwoods also have a number of WebCams streaming live real-time video of the beach and ocean, the Board, and beautiful vistas. You can watch the sunrise over the ocean, bike riders out for an early morning ride or beautiful sunsets over the back bays.

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WILDWOOD WEBCAM

The Delaware Indians, specifically the Lenni Lenape, were among the earliest settlers of the region we now know as the Wildwoods and it was they that inhabited the Five Mile Beach area on August 28, 1609 when Henry Hudson sailed the Half Moon into Delaware Bay. Robert Juet, a member of the crew, recorded the beauty of the site. Realizing that this was an inlet and not the Northwest Passage to China Hudson and the Dutch East India Company sought he sailed north and left no settlers. The area was unexplored until 1664 when Charles II conveyed the land to the Duke of York.

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2019 WILDWOODS TV COMMERCIAL

The Wildwoods Image Gallery features hundreds of photos and videos for you to view, download and share. Photos of Amusements, the Boardwalk, The Beach, Dining, Events & Festivals are uploaded and refreshed often. For higher resolution images visit our press room.

The Wildwoods also have a number of WebCams streaming live real-time video of the beach and ocean, the Board, and beautiful vistas. You can watch the sunrise over the ocean, bike riders out for an early morning ride or beautiful sunsets over the back bays.

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WILDWOOD: THE HISTORY OF AN AMERICAN RESORT

The Delaware Indians, specifically the Lenni Lenape, were among the earliest settlers of the region we now know as the Wildwoods and it was they that inhabited the Five Mile Beach area on August 28, 1609 when Henry Hudson sailed the Half Moon into Delaware Bay. Robert Juet, a member of the crew, recorded the beauty of the site. Realizing that this was an inlet and not the Northwest Passage to China Hudson and the Dutch East India Company sought he sailed north and left no settlers. The area was unexplored until 1664 when Charles II conveyed the land to the Duke of York.

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3000 BOARDWALK, WILDWOOD NJ

The Wildwoods Image Gallery features hundreds of photos and videos for you to view, download and share. Photos of Amusements, the Boardwalk, The Beach, Dining, Events & Festivals are uploaded and refreshed often. For higher resolution images visit our press room.

The Wildwoods also have a number of WebCams streaming live real-time video of the beach and ocean, the Board, and beautiful vistas. You can watch the sunrise over the ocean, bike riders out for an early morning ride or beautiful sunsets over the back bays.

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