Why You Should Visit Morey’s Piers in Wildwood, NJ


Complete with three oceanfront piers full of attractions, two water parks, and over 15 places to grab beach-side eats, Morey’s Piers in Wildwood, New Jersey are more than just a few rides and arcade games. Instead, Morey’s lets the inner child in everyone come out to explore the many exciting adventures available in one location. Whether your kids enjoy water slides, ferris wheels, roller coasters, or the arcade, Morey’s Piers provides summertime fun for families of all ages.

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Three piers are better than one.

Morey’s Piers is made up of three separate piers, each with their own unique style and atmosphere. Mariner’s Pier is chocked full of the classic boardwalk rides that children love and adults remember fondly; bumper cars, a carousel, and tea cups are just some of the classic (yet thrilling!) rides at Mariner’s Pier. For a more kiddie-friendly spot, Surfside Pier is the place to be. It’s perfect for little ones who require pint-sized rides to fit their tiny statures. Finally, Adventure Pier says it all in its name. Adventure-seekers will thrive on this thrilling pier with rides including The Great White wooden coaster, 160-foot rotating Sky Scraper, Boat Tag, Grand Prix Raceway go-kart track, and many more rides that are sure to get your adrenaline pumping.

Splish + Splash at both of Morey’s waterparks 💦

Morey’s Piers is also home to two full-fledged water parks with features suitable for kids and adults of every age. Raging Waters Water Park offers high-speed waterslides, Lazy River Adventure, Shipwreck Shoals for little pirates, activity pools, rope swings, and tons of more aquatic thrills. Also available at Raging Waters are private cabanas that families can rent to take a rest in between thrills. Ocean Oasis Water Park + Beach Club also offers an array of water attractions for kids and adults: Cliff Dive Slide, Endless River, Riptide Rapids, Cliff Dive, and more. Ocean Oasis even has its own beach and tropical cabanas for families to utilize. Both of Morey’s water parks offer fun and variety to maximize fun and keep your little ones cool this summer.

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Foodies, rejoice! 🍕🍿🌮

Not only is Morey’s a family favorite for its thrills, but also for its plethora of food options. Even the pickiest of kids will find something to enjoy for any meal or snack. Throughout all three piers and water parks, there are over 15 spots to grab a full meal or a quick snack, from Curley’s Fries and The Taco Joint to Royal Grille Café and Aloha Smoothie Company. Sweet treats from Waffles and Ice Cream and La Bakerie are essential boardwalk cheats for dessert. Enjoy a sit-down meal at Stubborn Brothers Beach Bar & Grille or Alosi’s Bistro to rest your feet before heading out for more adventures on the piers.

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You won’t want to leave.

Consider planning an overnight, weekend, or extended stay at the Wildwoods to ensure you have enough time to check out all that Morey’s Piers has to offer. A convenient breakdown of all overnight options makes it easy for families to find the best accommodations for their individual needs and style. Staying over is a great option for many reasons: avoid driving home after a long day in the sun, stop back at the hotel for a quick nap during the day, and make your visit into an easy family vacation. The best part? All of these hotels are extremely close to the boardwalk for easy access and maximum fun in the sun.


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Ride Chooser makes planning easy ✔️

At Morey’s Piers, you can avoid wasted time trying to figure out which attractions are suitable for your little ones. Prior to your visit, visit the Ride Chooser for a list of over 80 rides and attractions available at Morey’s Piers. While peeping a glimpse at the fun you’re bound to have, you can also filter the rides by height restriction, level of intensity (kiddie, family or thrill), ticket cost, and more criteria. The Ride Chooser makes it easy to plan out what rides you and your kids should visit, and where they are located, so you can make the most of your visit to the piers.

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Morey’s Piers has best of both worlds; with multiple water parks and amusement piers, little ones can experience both dry and aquatic adventures all in one trip. Whether your family opts to visit the Wildwoods for a day trip to Morey’s Piers or decides to stay the whole week, you are bound to create summertime memories and new family traditions together.

To learn more about Morey’s Piers, visit their website, and follow along on Facebook and Twitter.

When visiting Morey’s Piers (& other NJ attractions), don’t forget to hashtag #NJMOM and tag @njmomhq and your little cuties could be featured in our next photo round-up.

Has your family been to Morey’s Piers? Leave a comment below and tell us about your experience.

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About Author

Abby Jurgens is a student at Villanova University majoring in Communications and minoring in Creative Writing and Spanish. She lives in Bergen County, NJ with her parents and older sister. Although she is in love with her hometown of Wyckoff and enjoys dining at Café Amici there, Abby also loves going to Cape May every summer with her family and eating at Panico’s. While at home in Wyckoff, you can find Abby playing sports with friends, listening to country music, and helping her mom in the kitchen. Family is very important to her and she loves any minute she gets to spend with all of her relatives. She also loves to read and write because everyone’s words are so different and unique; she loves hearing the way people use their voices.

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