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Best North Wildwood Rentals - ↓ Skip to Main Content Best North Wildwood Rentals Home About Us Contact Us Legal Affiliate Disclosure Amazon Affiliate Disclaimer Anti Spam Policy Digital Millennium Copyright Act Notice Disclaimer Medical Disclaimer Privacy Policy Terms of Use The Best North Wildwood Rentals Welcome to Best North Wildwood Rentals Posted on May 5, 2016 by admin — No Comments ↓ North Wildwood Rentals is proud to have you here! Our website will try to keep you up to date on all the best happenings in North Wildwood while on your Jersey Shore summer vacation! To keep you informed here are some links to my favorite blogs nj.com/North Wildwood/ and watchthetramcarplease.com. Our team will do our best to keep you informed. Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood How to serve breakfast on a Jersey Shore ferris wheel Posted on August 5, 2016 by admin Morey’s Piers offers Breakfast in the Sky on Mariner’s Landing’s Giant Wheel through Aug. 22. Since it’s opening in 1985, the Giant Wheel on Mariner’s Landing in Wildwood has been listed among the tallest on the East Coast. At 156 feet in the air, guests get a spectacular view of the wide-open sea on one side, and the bustling boardwalk on the other. With its gondola-style cars and stunning view, the amusement ride is a landmark along the Wildwood Boardwalk. In 2010, a team of Morey’s Piers visionaries decided to make a ride on the Giant Wheel even more unique. Breakfast in the Sky puts guests into a private, Giant Wheel gondola, complete with a custom-made breakfast table draped in white linens. A made-to-order breakfast and unforgettable view make Breakfast in the Sky an unprecedented culinary and amusement ride experience. “Wilbert Morey Sr. always envisioned this,” said Maggie Warner, Morey’s Piers digital media/public relations manager. “Unfortunately, he passed away and never got to see it. So we’re carrying on his spirit.” Making Breakfast in the Sky run smoothly takes the detailed planning, perfect timing, and flawless execution of a large team of workers. Preparing the wheel Every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday morning through Aug. 22, Morey’s Piers maintenance staff arrives at the Giant Wheel at 5:30 a.m. to begin the daily inspection. Each ride is inspected and tested daily, but because Breakfast in the Sky begins at 8:45 a.m., the maintenance team must begin their routine earlier than usual. Next, ride operations employees take a test ride, and check each gondola for cleanliness. Ride Operations team member Anthony Grassi said it’s their job to make sure each car is ready for guests. When it’s time for guests to board the Giant Wheel, staff members welcome them to their gondola then fit the custom-made wooden table into each car. “Each table gets a white linen tablecloth and china dishes,” Warner said. And unlike a stationary restaurant, the wait staff has to be sure each party has everything they will need for an enjoyable breakfast before the gondola launches for its journey. Breakfast in the Sky manager Sam Shurgott said 32 gondolas are used each day. “We seat four gondolas in a row, in four sections of the wheel,” he said, noting that balance is very important to running the wheel smoothly. Shurgott explained that the wheel goes through one full rotation during the hour-long experience — the wheel travels slowly while guests are eating — and “parks” three times. “You go to the top for 15 minutes, to both sides for 15 minutes each, and then down,” he said. But the best part of the ride just may be the food. Preparing the meal Morey’s Piers Executive Chef Wally Jurusz and his cooking staff prepare anywhere from 50 to 80 made-to-order breakfast platters each day that Breakfast in the Sky runs. Every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday morning, the Fritters and Fries food stand on Mariner’s Landing near the Giant Wheel is transformed into a breakfast kitchen by adding an omelet bar, toasters, and Belgium waffle makers. On Aug. 1, Jurusz and staff were charged with making 54 made-to-order meals, timing them out perfectly, and keeping them warm up until delivery to the Giant Wheel. “We have all our orders ready and cook for each seating every 15 minutes,” Jurusz said. “Every omelet, waffle, batch of home fries, everything is done fresh for every order.” The menu includes dishes such as Belgian waffles topped with fresh fruit, Shrimp and Lobster omelet, Spinach and Fontina Quiche with crispy Lancaster County bacon, Jersey Tomato BLT with fried egg, and the newest menu item, a Shrimp, Crab and Chanterelle Crepe stuffed with Chanterelle mushrooms, grilled shrimp and crab, and topped with caviar. “The top sellers are the Belgian waffle, the Shrimp and Lobster Omelet, and the crepe,” Jurusz said. “But then some days we have more Steak and Egg Scrambles or even the Granola.” Enjoying a meal on the wheel Once the gondola is set with linens, a vase of flowers, and a glass jar complete with a lid for containing any trash, the Giant Wheel begins to move, carrying passengers 156 feet into the air to their Breakfast in the Sky. “It’s like an airline,” Shurgott said. “Once the first departure takes off, they just keep on going.” Breakfast in the Sky is $90 for two guests, $130 for three, and $170 for four. Each meal comes with water, a variety of juices, coffee, hot tea, and assorted breakfast breads and condiments. For more information, visit moreyspiers.com/eat/breakfast-in-the-sky or call 609-846-1624. Kelly Roncace may be reached at kroncace@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @kellyroncace. Find the South Jersey Times on Facebook.How to serve breakfast on a Jersey Shore ferris wheel Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood, north-wildwood, wildwood, wildwood-crest Reasons to head to the southern Jersey Shore and what it'll cost you Posted on August 4, 2016 by admin South Jersey has some of the best beaches and cheapest beach tag fees in the state. Reasons to head to the southern Jersey Shore and what it'll cost you Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood WATCH: Military veterans honored at Sunset Beach flag ceremony Posted on August 4, 2016 by admin WEST CAPE MAY — A crowd gathers to watch the sun disappear over Delaware Bay at Sunset Beach. As the bright orange light begins to dim, a ceremony is taking place. Every evening, about 20 minutes before sunset, an individual veteran of war is honored as the American Flag is lowered for the night. The sounds of patriotic music… WEST CAPE MAY — A crowd gathers to watch the sun disappear over Delaware Bay at Sunset Beach. As the bright orange light begins to dim, a ceremony is taking place. Every evening, about 20 minutes before sunset, an individual veteran of war is honored as the American Flag is lowered for the night. The sounds of patriotic music play over the loudspeaker. It was in 1973 when Marvin Hume purchased the property from a military colonel who started an impromptu flag lowering ceremony. Marvin loved the idea and decided to continue the tradition and honor veterans of war. Today, Marvin’s son Larry continues the tradition. Cape May ferry fleet back up to full strength The ceremony is held daily from Memorial Day through September. According to Hume, he has no intentions of stopping any time soon. “We love to instill patriotism into the people that visit us,” said Larry Hume, current owner of the gift shops at Sunset Beach. “We honor the flag, we honor our country and we hope that we could help people appreciate what it’s like to be an American.” Andre Malok may be reached at amalok@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @AndreMalok. Find NJ.com on Facebook. WATCH: Military veterans honored at Sunset Beach flag ceremony Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood, wildwood, wildwood-crest 9 great N.J. mini golf courses to get your putt putt on Posted on August 4, 2016 by admin No summer is complete without at least one maddening round trying to get past the windmill. It’s an August evening in New Jersey, and you’ve already hit the beach, imbibed ice-cream and gone for a leisurely, sun-dappled stroll with your sweetheart. What’s left to do to complete the perfect summer day? Miniature golf, natch. The sport if not of champions than at least of kids, kids at heart and first daters everywhere, mini golf can be exciting, challenging and sometimes maddening. (Why is that pesky windmill so hard to get past?) It’s also perfect for an outing with family or friends (provided you leave your hyper-competitive cousin at home). And unlike actual golf, you’re not constantly getting shushed and you get to use a brightly colored ball. (We’ll take the orange one, thank you.) Lucky for Garden State residents, New Jersey boasts a considerable number of mini golf optionss. From castles guarded by fire-breathing dragons to glow-in-the-dark monster golf, there is no shortage of options plenty of options. Some of our favorite courses are perfect for beginners or small children, while others are better suited for more seasoned mini golfers looking for a challenge. Nearly all of them are intricately detailed — you might even forget you’re in New Jersey when you’re golfing on a gigantic wooden pirate ship. In the gallery above, we’ve highlighted nine mini golf outlets, including one with multiple locations. By no means is this list comprehensive, so if you have other suggestions, please add them in the comments section below. And remember, take your time on that 18th hole — a free game might very well be at stake! Sydney Shaw may be reached at sshaw@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @ShawshankSyd. Find NJ.com on Facebook. 9 great N.J. mini golf courses to get your putt putt on Posted in North Wildwood Flag that honored fallen Vietnam vet stolen on July 4th Posted on July 7, 2016 by admin Police are trying to track down the flag, which was given to the family of Patrick Corcoran, a Navy sailor who was killed in 1969 NORTH WILDWOOD — An American flag that was given to the family of a Philadelphia man killed in the Vietnam War was stolen Monday from the flagpole where it had been displayed every 4th of July for a number of years. Police are trying to track down the flag, which was used to honor the memory Patrick Corcoran, a Navy sailor who was killed in 1969 when his ship collided with an aircraft carrier, his brother told WPVI 6. “The front of the boat was struck by the Australian aircraft carrier and the front portion of the ship sunk in 2 minutes and 74 sailors lost their lives,” Tom Corcoran said. The Corcoran family has a home on 11th Avenue. The flag was flown annually from a pole belonging to a neighbor, police said. That neighbor, Tom Schaffer, a military veteran who offered the use of his flagpole because it was tall enough to support the approximately 10-by-5-foot flag, told WPVI he was devastated when he discovered the flag had gone missing. It was believed to have been taken in the early morning hours, police said. Vietnamese-American thanks vets for service The Corcoran family is seeking the return of the flag, no questions asked. North Wildwood police are asking anyone with information to contact them at (609) 522-2411 or at info@nwpd.org. CORRECTION – An earlier version of this story reported that the flag covered Patrick Corcoran’s coffin. It was issued to the family in his honor but Patrick Corcoran’s body was not recovered. Paul Milo may be reached at pmilo@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter@PaulMilo2. Find NJ.com on Facebook. Flag that honored fallen Vietnam vet stolen on July 4th Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood, north-wildwood, philadelphia, wildwood, wildwood-crest Sharks, mermaids and more sculpted from sand in N.J. beach contest (PHOTOS) Posted on July 7, 2016 by admin What are your favorite sand sculptures from Ocean City’s competition? OCEAN CITY — More than 50 kids and adults, as well as approximately 60 campers from the Upper Township School District KEYS Program, competed in the first of two sand sculpting contests here this summer. Participants had two hours Wednesday morning to create their masterpieces on the 6th Street beach. Sharks, castles, mermaids and turtles were among the most popular sand sculptures in this contest, which was held by the Ocean City Division of Recreation. A second sand sculpting contest takes place on Wednesday, Aug. 3, at 9 a.m. For more information, call 609-399-6111. Competitors tackle Navy SEAL-type obstacles (PHOTOS) For additional events happening in Ocean City throughout the summer, visit www.oceancityvacation.com. RESULTS: 5 & UNDER: 1st place: Starfish, by Wyatt Dobry, of Chester Springs, Pennsylvania 2nd place: Snake, by Joseph Becker, of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 6-8 YEARS OLD: 1st place: Village, by Adalyn Becker, of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 2nd place: Castle, by Gwyneth Kerfoot, of Bloomsburg, New Jersey 9-12 YEARS OLD: 1st place: Mermaid, Mary Kate and Matthew Gray, of Havertown, Pennsylvania 2nd place: Turtle family, by Andrew and Kevin Montana, of Lansdale, Pennsylvania 3rd place: USA flag, by Nolan and Tessa Dobry, of Chester Springs, Pennsylvania Honorable Mention: Just keep swimming (Dory), by Nola Kerfoot, of Bloomsburg, New Jersey Honorable Mention: Army forts, by Hannah and Joey Mazzoni, of Syracuse, New York TEENS: 1st place: Lizard, by Joe and Brian Montagna, of Lansdale, Pennsylvania 2nd place: Car, by Matthew and Connor Riley and Dan Carnuccio, of West Chester, Pennsylvania 3rd place: Octopus, by Jacque and Brian Senour, Grace Dittrich, and Jamie Fruncillo, of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania Honorable Mention: Sand castle, by Gianna and Lucia Ancello, of Williamstown, New Jersey SINGLE ADULT: 1st place: Beachgoer eaten by shark, by Richard Russo, of Cortlandt Manor, New York 2nd place: Flip flop, by Tim Reicher, of Stowe, Pennsylvania FAMILY: 1st place: Monster truck, by the Becker family, of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 2nd place: Lady Liberty, by the Palandro family, of Hughesville, Pennsylvania 3rd place: Juno in July, by the Grizwald family, of Lacey Township, New Jersey Honorable Mention: Super croc, by the Wilcox family, of West Lafayette, Indiana Honorable Mention: Horseshoe crab, by the Wilcox family, of West Lafayette, Indiana UPPER TOWNSHIP KEYS PROGRAM: 1st place: Shark invasion, by Mya, Ava, Maddi, Matthew and Simon 2nd place: Sand kingdom, by Connell, Ryan D., Justin, James, Noah, Garrett, Ryan, Aiden and Chris 3rd place: Shark/Jaws, by Emily, Brooke, Caitlyn, Olivia, Amanda and Kira Honorable Mention: Shark and wall, by Logan, Mason and DJ Honorable Mention: Castle, by Cameron Honorable Mention: Disney characters, by Gianna, Grace, Lyla and Hailey Lori M. Nichols may be reached at lnichols@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @photoglori. Find NJ.com on Facebook. Sharks, mermaids and more sculpted from sand in N.J. beach contest (PHOTOS) Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood, north-wildwood, wildwood, wildwood-crest N.J.'s best beach: And the 6 finalists are … Posted on July 6, 2016 by admin After 5,000 votes in the past week, our readers have named the top crop of beaches in our statewide search! Last week, we posed the ultimate summer inquiry — which is the best beach in New Jersey? And after nearly 5,000 votes — in a poll that spanned all 140 miles of Garden State coastline — we have tallied the six top Jersey Shore vote-getters and the finalists, in our search for the state’s superior spot for surf and sand. The finalists are: – Cape May – Island Beach State Park – Long Beach Township (Long Beach Island) – Ocean City – Point Pleasant Beach – Wildwood Crest Unsurprisingly, each of the finalists are among New Jersey’s most popular summer locales, for family-friendly long weekends, beach house rentals and recreation beyond the sand itself. Over the next few weeks, we will spend plenty of time at each of the finalist beaches, and continue to the search for which is truly the best, based on the following criteria: – Quality of beach itself: sand cleanliness, swimmable water, etc. – Quality and size of out-of-town crowds (less is usually more) – Availability of boardwalks, food and recreation – Cost of beach badges Stay tuned to read our findings, and by the end of July we will name the best beach in New Jersey! Bobby Olivier may be reached at bolivier@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @BobbyOlivier. Find NJ.com on Facebook. N.J.'s best beach: And the 6 finalists are … Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood, north-wildwood, wildwood, wildwood-crest City of Wildwood 4th of July Tim McGraw Concert showed the city at it’s best! Posted on July 6, 2016 by admin So, everyone kept saying ” we need another Chesney concert” and last night was the night all your dreams came true! Tim McGraw rocked this town just like Chesney and the City of Wildwood shined as it showed that they can handle a large all day venue on the 4th of July and make it all happen with no problems. Look at how clean the City of Wildwood, NJ beach is the day after the Tim McGraw concert. Photo By: Tom Alvarado It was a great crowd of mostly young adults who were perfectly behaved. I talked to and took photos with some of them. It was a fun crowd with people happy to celebrate the 4th of July! Let’s give the Mayor Ernie Troiano, Commissioner Anthony Leonetti and especially Commissioner Pete Byron for their hard work in making this all happen. Including all the city workers who never get the praise they deserve for everything they do, but complaints flow like the ocean! If the beach is a mess we report it because it bothers us, we took some heat for it and so did the city even thought they did nothing wrong except clean it up. So when they have a country music superstar like Tim McGraw preform a concert on the 4th of July with over 30,000 people on the beach at one time in a 3 block area and there are no issues I think we should recognize them when they shine! By Tony Deutsch City of Wildwood 4th of July Tim McGraw Concert showed the city at it’s best! Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood, north-wildwood, wildwood, wildwood-crest Welcome our newest blogger, Kat Hroncic and her first blog. 5 things every girl needs to know before going to the Tim McGraw country concert: Posted on July 3, 2016 by admin Welcome our newest blogger, Kat K Hroncic is spending the summer in Wildwood Crest, NJ. Kat is 19 years old from River Edge, NJ and attends St John’s University in Queens, NY, education major With Tim Mcgraw, Hunter Hayes and Maggie Rose being in town, Wildwood is as all the teenagers would say “LIT”! For us locals and shoobies this means finding parking or even running to Acme for a bag of carrots will take at least an additional 30 minutes with all of this traffic! Nevertheless, welcome all country music fans but please remember to pick up your trash! 5 things every girl needs to know before going to the Tim McGraw country concert: Stylish Shades – First up, you obviously need a pair of new shades! With the concert starting at 2, you need to protect your baby blues from the sun! Great Outfit– Don’t forget to stay stylish and comfortable! You’ll be on your feet all day so don’t forget a cute pair of sneakers and your cowgirl hat! Battery Pack– nothing is worse than singing along to your fav TIm McGraw song and your phone dies! Purchasing a solar power charger can be a lifesaver! Out of storage– Imagine trying to snap a pic of Hunter Hayes singing to you and you get the dreadful “storage full” message on your phone. Don’t forget to download all of your old pics and make room for new memories! Tickets– DO NOT FORGET YOUR TICKETS AT HOME! No tickets…..no entrance! Triple check your bag to make sure you have them before you leave the house and make the adventure down to the boardwalk! Stay humble and kind this holiday weekend! Welcome our newest blogger, Kat Hroncic and her first blog. 5 things every girl needs to know before going to the Tim McGraw country concert: Posted in Cape May County, North Wildwood, north-wildwood, wildwood, wildwood-crest Watch the Tramcar Please is approaching 5 million visitors on The Boardwalk Blog and 90,000 likes on our FB page so guess what we’re giving away? Posted on June 30, 2016 by admin Hey Wildwoodians and all our Watch the Tramcar Please fans on Facebook. Because of all of you we are approaching 5 million visitors on The Boardwalk Blog and 90,000 likes on our Facebook page and reaching 9.4 million people this morning. https://www.facebook.com/TheBoardwalkBlog/ So, on this 4th of July we are giving away this photo I shot last summer on the Wildwood beach during the fireworks that was for my office. To enter the contest please like our Facebook page here> https://www.facebook.com/TheBoardwalkBlog/ and shoot us an email with 4th of July Photo at infowatchthetramcarplease@gmail.com On the 4th of July we will announce the winner on our Facebook page and if you’re in town we will get it to you! We just wanted to say thank you to all our fans for making The Boardwalk Blog and our Facebook page so popular and followed by millions from countries all over the world. . .This is a large 20″ x 24″ black frame with green matting. 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