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Wildwood is becoming a year-round resort for increasing numbers who are discovering all the island has to offer.

The amazing beaches alone are enough, but the Wildwoods and Cape May County have so much more.  From great restaurants,
shops and activities, Wildwood is a great place to live… and is at the center of it all.


Things to Do
Wildwood is home to many events and activities. Year-Round, there is never a dull moment… everything from the Headliner Entertainment at the convention center, Volley Ball Championships, an amazing array of Golf Courses, to our amazing beach. How about a stroll on the world’s most amazing boardwalk?  Did you know Disney actually came to Wildwood to replicate the boardwalk for their “boardwalk” experience? There is nothing better than a bike ride to your favorite breakfast place in the morning or a leisurely stroll in the evening along the boards. 

Wildwood is truly a town for all seasons: the excitement of the summer, the beautiful weather of the fall and the peacefulness of winter and spring all make this a dynamic place to live the “beach life” you have always dreamed of.

Many residents purchase their homes initially as an investment property and plan on future retirements here. Our rental economy is the strongest it’s been in years, giving many homeowners a way to cover a considerable amount of their fixed costs. There is so much close by The Wildwoods, including the shopping of Stone Harbor, The Cape May County Zoo, Cape May’s Victorian Architecture and the excitement of Atlantic City, which is only a 45-minute drive up the Garden State Parkway. Our region is serviced by Atlantic City International Airport, one of the easiest airports to navigate.


Our experienced realtors can be an amazing resource for you as well. Whether it’s an ocean-front condo or a charming cottage a few blocks from the beach, the variety of housing options is sure to please your specific desires.


So why not join those who are already thrilled with Wildwood as their place in the sun for year-round fun?

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