The Wildwoods, NJ – October 30, 2020 – Now that the summer season has ended, the Wildwoods continue to be the perfect getaway destination to safely escape the chaos and relax with a bit of peace and serenity. The Wildwoods during the fall is a very special place; home to serene and scenic settings that are perfect for those who enjoy nature’s outdoor bounty and beauty.
An early morning or late afternoon stroll along the Wildwoods spacious, white sand beaches offers an ideal indulgence for nature lovers. The Wildwoods have five miles of expansive, clean, safe and free beaches along the Atlantic with plenty of room to practice social distancing. Rated among best beaches in New Jersey, they are perfect for those who are continuing to work remotely, and for kids attending school via a virtual classroom. Take your afternoon conference meeting while watching the waves crash along the shoreline; enjoy a lunch break while collecting seashells; and simply relax and enjoy the calming benefits of ‘Beach Therapy’ after a long day of work or school.
Another way to enjoy the natural beauty of the Wildwoods safely is taking part is the destinations ‘bikeability’; and no town seems to do biking better than the Wildwoods. The Wildwoods have coined the word ‘bikeability’ to capture all of the amazing biking opportunities throughout the destination, especially during the fall months! A bike route runs nearly the entire length of the five-mile island, starting at the southern end of the island in Wildwood Crest on the Dunes Bike Path; up onto the Wildwoods Boardwalk for a 2.5-mile ride to take in the sights of the shore; then onto the North Wildwood Mulberry Bike Path and on to the famous North Wildwood Sea Wall. There’s also special ‘bikes only’ lanes dedicated to cyclists in North Wildwood along some of its major thoroughfares and along the back bays.
Tucked away on the bayside of Wildwood Crest, Sunset Lake is aptly named for its picturesque sunsets. Nature lovers can choose from a variety of water sports including boating, fishing, crabbing, paddle boarding, kayaking and many other water-related activities. Sunset Lake also has beautiful parks to stroll and view the spectacular sunsets.
Although many amusements, shops, and food/beverage establishments on the Boardwalk have closed for the season, the famous Wildwoods Boardwalk still proves to be a favored spot for many to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Jersey shore. Known as ‘two miles of smiles,’ the iconic 38-block, Wildwoods Boardwalk is open for strolling, jogging and biking – there’s no better way to take in the incredible views of the beach and ocean.
The Wildwoods are home to unique restaurants and eateries, as well as popular breweries and distilleries, most of which offer both outdoor and indoor dining options. Located just minutes away from the famous five-mile island are the area’s finest wineries. An autumn escape to the Wildwoods offers many options were patrons can enjoy seasonal fare while taking in the colors this time of year brings. Fall outdoor dining is unique in the Wildwoods – only here can you sip on a seasonal drink while savoring the fresh catch of the day in the autumn air.
For those looking for an adventurous outdoor fall experience, the Cape May County Park & Zoo features a collection of more than 550 animals, representing 250 species in an 85-acre exhibit.
The beaches, boardwalk, zoo, Sunset Lake wineries and micro-breweries are just some of the scenic and natural places to visit in the Wildwoods. The island is also home to, bird-watching, nature trails, fishing and crabbing opportunities plus natural wetlands and Wildlife Sanctuaries for those seeking to explore and enjoy the great outdoors this fall in the Wildwoods.
For additional information about the Wildwoods, visit www.WildwoodsNJ.com or call 800-992-9732.