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Morey's Piers and Beachfront Water Parks
Morey's Piers and Beachfront Water Parks

Morey's Piers and Beachfront Water Parks

Varies by season
Wildwood, New Jersey

The basics

At Mariner’s Pier, enjoy classics such as a Ferris wheel and teacups; enjoy a variety of kiddie and family rides at Surfside Pier; while thrill-seekers will find plenty of excitement at Adventure Pier, including multiple roller coasters. Raging Waters and Ocean Oasis offer plenty of water play options, including slides, kiddie play areas, and lazy rivers. Adults looking to relax can enjoy swim-up bars, cabana rentals, and massage services. Morey’s also offers classic arcade and carnival games, a live concert venue, and plenty of dining and shopping options.

Book your tickets online for extra savings. You can pay per ride, but for the best value, opt for a combo pass, including ticket bundles, all-day ride passes, and multi-park passes.

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Things to know before you go

  • Entrance to the amusement piers is free, but rides cost extra.
  • Certain rides have height, weight, and age restrictions.
  • Lockers are available for rent at all amusement piers and water parks.
  • Although Morey’s is wheelchair-accessible and wheelchairs are available for rent, not all rides and attractions are suitable for wheelchair users.
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How to get there

Morey’s is located along the boardwalk at Wildwood, New Jersey. Surfside Pier and Ocean Oasis are at 25th Avenue. Mariner’s Pier and Raging Waters is at Schellenger Avenue. Adventure Pier is at Spencer Avenue. It’s best to drive there. Parking is available off the boardwalk near all three amusement piers.

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When to get there

The amusement pier rides are generally open from early April until mid-October, with daily operations from June to mid-September. The water parks are usually open between Memorial Day and Labor Day. To avoid crowds, visit early or late in the season and earlier in the day.

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Jersey Shore Boardwalks and Amusement Parks

New Jersey offers a long stretch of coastline that is home to numerous boardwalks and amusement parks. In addition to Morey’s, there’s also the Splash Zone Water Park in Wildwood. Ocean City is home to the OC Waterpark, Playland’s Castaway Cove, and Gillian’s Wonderland Pier. Look for the Steel Pier and Storybook Land in Atlantic City. In Seaside Heights, head to Casino Pier and the Breakwater Beach Waterpark.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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