Wildwood is one of New Jersey's most popular shore destinations. During the off season, the town sports about 6,000 residents; but during the summer, it can claim near 250,000 people. This vacation spot attracts visitors from nearby Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and as far away as Canada.
The town has a rich history of music thanks in part to the "Doo-Wop" culture of the 50's and 60's. Wildwood sports a 1.8 mile boardwalk that boasts a multitude of shops, pizzerias, water slides, rides, games and a wildly recognizable "Tramcar."
"Watch the Tramcar Please."
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