Images of America book. Fun Pier was created on the original site of Wildwood's original Convention Hall. Joe Barnes transformed the pier, once dominated by kiddie rides, by building custom rides unique to the Wildwood boardwalk, like the Sky Tower, Monorail, and Ski Ride. After two fires sealed its fate, the pier was acquired by the Morey organization, who transformed it into Wild Wheels and ultimately Adventure Pier. 

 

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Fun Pier: 1957 to Adventure Pier by Scott Hand and Diane Pooler

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    We're at 3907 Pacific Ave. Wildwood, NJ 08260 (Between Spencer & Spicer Aves)

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    and Labor Day to Halloween: 

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