BeaverTails in Wildwood!

The Wildwood Boardwalk is no stranger to all things sweet and tasty.  But this summer, exclusively on Morey’s Adventure Pier, we are proud to introduce BeaverTails.  After providing indulgent moments to Canadians since 1978, BeaverTails has finally made its debut on the…

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Off The Grid with Dom Grosso




Who: Dom Grosso

Where: Stubborn Brothers, and Ocean Oasis Waterpark & Beach Club

When: Wednesday (1-5pm) at Stubborn Brothers, and Thursday (12-4pm) at Ocean Oasis Waterpark & Beach Club the entire month…

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Ghost Ship Make-Up Time-lapse

Ever wonder how the ghostly crew of the Ghost Ship look so ghoulish when you walk through the halls of the Ignis Fatuus? Well wonder no more. This week I stepped into the haunted bowels of the giant ship and set up a camera up in front of Jonathan Zober, one of our Ghost Ship ghouls, to…

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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane… NO, It’s Sweet J’s Basketball Hitting a Trick Shot!






Yesterday I arrived at work with more excitement than normal, knowing that Morey’s Piers and the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters were about to make history. Little did I…

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Off The Grid with Bill Caterini



Who: Bill Caterini - A Wildwood, NJ native who is one of the longest tenured house musician’s at Morey’s Piers. Where: You can find Bill turning out tunes on his acoustic guitar at Ocean Oasis Water Park & Beach Club and at…

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On The Road Again!

September 25, 2014 by Maggie Warner in News, Events, Amusements

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Busted Brakes and a broken radio won't stop David from rolling on to Artprize in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Be a part of the adventure as you watch David's latest episode of his "Awesome Art Adventure".  If you want in on his adventure than be sure to follow him on…

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Local Artist Brings a Unique Piece of Wildwood Art to Grand Rapids, MI

Morey’s Piers artBOX resident artist, David Macomber, has been selected to show his 8-foot high wave sculpture, inspired after the devastation of Superstorm Sandy, at ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The three-dimensional, wooden wave sculpture, named ITSWELL, has been…

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Our Dollar Dogs are a Home Run!

Batter Up! We are hitting it home with our dollar dogs this year. The stand on Mariner's Landing is new and improved and the perfect stop for the 4th of July. Phillies phans will be happy to see their favorite baseball team's logo and to get a little taste of the game.

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REused - REcycled - REpurposed

Adventure Pier has become the place where used rides and attractions go to relive their past and be reincarnated into fabulous works of art. In his latest project, Jack Morey is combining functionality and art, transforming the old Sky Ride seats into one of a kind benches for guests to…

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The Pier that ROCKS!

Wait until you visit Adventure Pier this summer! So many new things are happening that you might not catch them all if I don’t start telling you about them…

First off, the artBOX is expanding and we have nicknamed it artBOX 2.0! Read More

Then and Now: The Giant Wheel

This winter we are going to give you a little bit of way back when and a little bit of today with the blog series “Then and Now” to not only show you the changes through the years but possibly what’s in store for 2014. Stay tuned on Tuesdays this winter to learn a…

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Why I love my J-O-B Torsten Denke

By: Torsten Denke - Morey's Surfside Pier Maintenance Department


I had to think of the #1 reason why I love my job at Morey’s Piers.  After thinking and thinking, it finally dawned on me!  As Lead…

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Pier-Shaking Shows at [artBOX]

Just when you thought Morey’s Piers couldn’t think outside the [artBOX] any further, we decided to crank up our creativity…literally. For the first time EVER, Morey’s Piers and School of Rock will be hosting a Battle of the Bands competition to see who will be…

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Skate X Recreate - Skateboarding combined with Art.

One of the really great parts of my job is that I often get the opportunity to meet some very cool people with amazing talents and creative ideas. Last night I met Lou Fermonte, skateboarder/artist who combines his passion of skateboarding with his passion for art by creating unique,…

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A Little Dirt Never Hurt Anyone

From the looks of it The Zoom Phloom Cannery and Mining Co. was a huge hit on Surfside Pier this past weekend. Definitely something you should check out the next time you're strolling around Morey's Surfside Pier.  It's a fun and interactive hands-on learning activity…

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Global Evolution

Every year we strive to improve the piers and waterparks, whether we're bringing something new and exciting to the parks or refurbishing an old favorite. One of the most notable changes might be our iconic globe at the front of Mariner's Landing. It's received several…

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Zoom Phloom Video Blog: “SEA it for yourself!”

The one great thing about my job is getting a sneak peek into the exciting projects that are taking place at Morey’s Piers this time of year.   We’re always hard at work planning, designing and constructing unique projects so that we keep you entertained and coming…

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Video Blog: Our “Sea of Life” is Taking Shape!

Our “Sea of Life” is really starting to take shape. The new artwork on the Zoom Phlloom will feature hand carved seals, sharks, an octopus and more! Joe Pez of Concrete Links, the same artist who hand-carved the rocks, logs and waterfalls of River Adventure last spring with a steak knife, will perform the sea life carvings for this project.

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It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Christmas…

Although with this weather who would know!?

So the weather has been uber nice, which has helped us do quite a bit in our efforts to get ready for 2013. Pirates of the Wildwoods is getting a new floor. Boat Tag is getting an overhaul, so much so that it sits in nice little rows…

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Art In The Park: Send In The Seals!

With the beautiful rockwork of River Adventure at Raging Waters fresh in our minds, Jack Morey thought the Zoom Phloom on Surfside Pier could use some sprucing up. The rock work, waterfalls and loading station are all in the midst of a major…

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Habitat for Insanity!

As Summer 2012 winds down, we're gearing up for our 2nd year of Morey's FEARS- Terror on the Boardwalk. We've spun massive spiderwebs over Mariner's Landing, we're raising the dead and training them to perform and CornStalkers has…

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Joe’s Fish Co. Opentable for Two!

We know you're trying to pack as much fun into your Wildwoods vacation as possible. Now you can grab a bite to eat without missing a beat! We're proud to announce that Joe's Fish Co. now takes reservations through Opentable. You can make a reservation (and earn…

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Breakfast in the Sky

08:00 a.m. Andre wake up! We have Breakfast in the Sky today! The text I got from Maggie this morning as I was finishing my final machine at the gym. 

08:02 a.m. I’m awake, do you think I could forget about that?! my response to her.

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Morey’s Piers Container Art Project

Morey’s Piers gave Adventure Pier a new look with shipping containers creating a distinctive and vivid edge to the pier and opening up new signage and art opportunities. Local artist David Macomber of Shark Sugar NJ was commissioned to give Adventure Pier’s shipping…

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Curley’s Fry Eating Contest Returns!

It's that time again! Ladies and Gentlemen, are you hungry? Our annual Curley's Fry Eating Contest is returning to Joe's Fish Co. on July 4th at noon. At last year's event, the fries flew as contestants consumed over 150  pounds of Curley's Fries…

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Don’t Miss Out!

Thank you to everyone who came out over the weekend to celebrate with us! We hope you had a wonderful Easter and took advantage of the gorgeous weekend weather! If you couldn’t make it to the pier, don’t worry! There is still time to take advantage of our Spring…

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Celebrate Easter With Us!

The Easter Bunny called! He said he’ll be hopping by Mariner’s Landing this Sunday to enjoy the day with his favorite people. Come get your photo taken with him, enjoy all the rides, strolling entertainment, face painting and more! Kids under 12 can pick an Easter…

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Tips for Getting Hired by Morey’s Piers

We have been collecting applications for several weeks now and we are about the begin setting up interviews. During my professional career, I have interviewed literally tens of thousands of applicants and have a few tips for  those of you looking for employment with…

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We Love to Hear From You!

At the end of Last summer TripAdvisor rated Ocean Oasis and Raging Waters among the Top 5 Waterparks in the country, and this is all thanks to all of you who have reviewed the waterparks on the site. I…

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Greetings from the Ghost Ship

Greetings all, I hope this nifty little missive finds you well.

It’s great to be back up on the pier, getting my hands dirty back in Ghost Ship (theoretically dirty… I have delicate skin so I often wear gloves. Suede when possible) as we prepare for a…

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1st Day on the New Job…

On Monday, March 12th I officially became Morey’s Piers Digital Marketing/ PR Manager.  So how did Tim and Jack break me in?  Well throwing me in front of a television camera for NBC 40 of course.  On day 2, a…

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Ride the Tides- Soon…

So many decisions to be made with a new ride…

o   Ride colors chosen…CHECK!

o   Light patterns selected…CHECK!

o   Paint colors updated…

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Up in the Air…..

March 16, 2012 by George Rohman in Amusements

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Every now and again we try to snap some aerial photos for our files and today I was lucky enough to play co-pilot.  Well, not really, but someone had to fly the plane (not me) and someone had to snap photos (me).

It was a gorgeous 70F March afternoon….great “flying…

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Morey’s Piers on Instagram

See Morey’s Piers from an entirely new angle. Follow us on Instagram for beautiful, vibrant photos from all over our parks. If you take an Instagram shot here this summer, be sure to tweet it and tag it with #moreyspiers so we can find it and add your photos to our Facebook…

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Vote for Morey’s FEARS- Terror on the Boardwalk

Thank you for your nominations. You’ve earned us a spot as a finalist in About.com’s Readers’ Choice Awards for BEST Theme Park Halloween Event of 2011! We’re flattered. Honored! You like us! You really like us!

And because you really like us,…

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Decisions, Decisions…

It’s not enough to decide we want a new ride. We have to decide where it will fit in our limited space. We have to figure out how many tickets are required to ride. Right now, we need to decide what colors the RipTide would like to be.

Picking out colors with…

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Viva Las Vegas!

February 1, 2012 by Tim Samson in Amusements


Viva Las Vegas, the overused term. Since the company shuts down for two weeks over Christmas, Sean and I decided to head to Vegas for a weekend before all of the holiday chaos ensued. I hadn’t been there in about 3 years, last time for a convention, so I was looking forward to seeking…

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Love is in the Air… Literally!

Declare your love over a gourmet breakfast with fine china, white linens and a stunning panoramic view of the Wildwoods. Give your special someone a date they’ll never forget with Breakfast in the Sky! Enjoy Cuban…

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Roos on the Beach

Our newest family ride arrived this week. Kang’A‘Bounce seats up to 16 guests in kangaroo themed vehicles ands sends them hopping around and around and around again! The shiny new kangaroos appeared on the beach near Surfside Pier on Wednesday morning.

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The Art of FUN!

It’s hard to imagine what Raging Waters and Ocean Oasis will look like for the 2012 season with dust and bulldozers everywhere. To help inspire our engineers and architects, Jack commissioned Neal McPheeters, an accomplished local painter, to create high quality painted renderings…

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Looking For Felix

“Welcome to Morey’s FEARS! Felix here, the boardwalk barker, and if you’re looking for Morey’s signature smiles…you’re barking mad!”

Christmas is over, now it’s time to get serious about Halloween… If you are…

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Let Them Eat Cake!

January 6, 2012 by Tim Samson in Events, Amusements


Do you know what goes great with meetings? Cake!

Yes. Cake. At 9:30 in the morning. Don’t judge me! As a Content Manager, I feel that it is part of my job description to manage the contents of my coworkers’ stomachs. This morning, that meant…

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Still Shopping?

If you’re like me, you do your Christmas shopping in waves:

Wave 1- Before Christmas for the people you’re actually going to see on the days surrounding December 25th.

Wave 2- As needed after the holiday, but before New Years for the sprinkling of gatherings…

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The Best of Where’s Curley?

December 12, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


We started Where’s Curley on our Facebook page in April and every Tuesday since, we’ve posted a photo of Curley hanging out in a mystery spot around the parks. Here are some of our favorites!

Can you…

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Whoa! One Holiday at a Time…

December 9, 2011 by Tim Samson in Events, Amusements


SO I’m having a problem in the office. It’s December and out of the blue, meetings are popping up in my calendar for Halloween. Are these people that I call coworkers nuts?! I’m listening to Christmas music and they want to talk about…

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Work and Play

December 7, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


Every year a team of us venture from Wildwood to Orlando, FL, a motherland of sorts for us amusement folk. Even though the true amusement park started along the coastlines in places like Wildwood, California and the Great Lakes, Orlando offers one of the most dense collections of theme…

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Christmas, Chocolate & Amusements- A Sweet Mix

December 5, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


Some Things Age Gracefully, And Some Things Don’t

So…….the info has leaked that we are contemplating removing the Condor attraction permanently. Well, let me be the first to quash the rumor and say that it is now true. The Condor is leaving forever sometime in February. The truth of the matter is that the ride…

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What If I Worked In A Bank Like My Plan?

Without a doubt I can tell you most of my colleagues fell into this profession. I’m pretty sure the general public does not sit in a statistics lecture when they are 20 years old and dream of working at an amusement park (I’m sure I do know one or two of them though).…

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Free Shipping on All Holiday Sale Purchases TODAY Only!

It’s a poorly kept secret that the Holiday Sale is the best time to get your Season Passes, waterpark tickets, MOR-EZ cards and more. Today, we’re helping our guests save even MORE on summer memories that will last a lifetime! Buy your…

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Black Friday Blues?

The crowds! The noise! All those heavy shopping bags to lug around! Who needs it? Our annual Holiday Sale begins on Monday with fantastic savings, FREE shipping (on purchases made Monday only) and you don’t even need to leave the comfort of…

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Where It All Began


Hello my name is Tony Deutsch from Watchthetramcarplease.com and it is my pleasure to be a guest blogger on the Beachfront Blog. I see that my good friend Read More

You Gotta Break Some Eggs to Make an Omelet


Ok, so there has been a little mystery about why we have so many cranes, bull dozers and concrete trucks on the beach recently.  Well, there are a lot of moving parts to this jigsaw puzzle… oh, and did I mention that money does not grow on trees?


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Above and Beyond!

For some people, going above and beyond at work means picking up an extra project or taking the lead on a presentation. For us, it means sampling funnel cake to make sure it’s perfect, Read More

Measure Summer Fun… in Arcade Points!

November 7, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements

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People say I was born with sand in my shoes. I’d have to agree with that.  But I’d go a step further and say that I was also born with quarters in my pockets!  During the summer of 2011, I, with the help of my girlfriend Chris, compiled a total of over 600,000 points at Mariner’s…

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A Certifiable Success… Or Just Plain Certifiable

November 4, 2011 by Tim Samson in Events, Amusements


Greetings all and MERRY CHRISTMAS! I know, I know… it’s not ACTUALLY Christmas yet (even though some local radio stations started playing holiday music sometime around 4th of July), but to a guy like me, who runs a haunted house for a living and just took part in Morey’s Piers first…

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A “Haunted” Pier in the Middle of a Ghost Town

If you’ve never had the opportunity to take a stroll down the Wildwood boardwalk at night in late October, let me warn you that it’s pretty spooky all by itself. Imagine the complete opposite of a typical summer night: eerily silent except for gusts of wind, a few scattered…

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It’s Not Goodbye

October 31, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


As a mostly seasonal company, there is one word that every single associate regrettably  gets accustomed to and that word is “goodbye.” We must say goodbye to our coworkers (who live in all different countries throughout the world), our wonderful guests, and we have to say…

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Scared Staff

No one is immune to the frightening sights at Morey’s FEARS. We caught some of our Beachfront Bloggers “enjoying” the Ghost Ship last weekend. If WE are this scared, what chance do YOU have?

Denise may be like a fish in the waterpark, but she entered…

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Come One! Come All! Be aMAZEd!

This weekend is your last chance to experience our two brand new Morey’s FEARS only attractions.

CornStalkers, a custom built haunted corn field filled with frightening scarecrows and other creatures, may be the only corn maze in the world located on a beach.…

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17 Reasons to Love Morey’s FEARS!

Don’t take our word for it! Check out what some of our Facebook fans are saying about Morey’s FEARS- Terror on the Boardwalk! Join the conversation by liking Morey’s Piers and Read More

The Face of FEAR

As a roaming scarecrow actor in CornStalkers, an oceanfront corn maze attraction exclusive to Morey’s FEARS, my makeup was one of the most interesting styles. I had to look like I was made of straw and burlap to be a convincing…

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100 Wristbands

On a recent Sunday, best friends Amber and Briana visited Morey’s Piers to have fun and ride the rides. As we scanned Amber’s season pass, we realized this was Amber’s 100th visit this year. Yes, this year. By our calculations, there were 116 days in our season when she…

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Golden Ticket Awards

September 27, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


For those of you not familiar with the Golden Ticket Awards, they are a series of awards that recognize industry excellence given out by an amusement industry publication, Read More

Coach Purse for a Quarter

September 19, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


From a very early age I was taught that boardwalk games are a rip off. That no one ever wins. Well, after working here for over 3 years I have seen plenty of winners. Plenty of people walking down the boardwalk with stuffed animals that are bigger than they are. My first thought…

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3 in You Win!

I’ve never won anything, but sometimes I like to play the games anyway. Ring Toss, Blockbuster, Quarter Pitch… there are a lot of options to get your game on at Morey’s Piers. And the prizes for those that do win can be impressive! On Tuesday August 16th,…

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Summer’s Not Over!

September 5, 2011 by Tim Samson in Events, Amusements


What is all this talk about Labor Day being the end of summer? Who started THAT rumor? We’re certainly not finished with the season at Morey’s Piers.

In case you haven’t heard, we’re throwing a Chili and Chowder…

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A Different “Dip” at Raging Waters

All native Pittsburgh area folk like myself know that Heinz products may have 57 varieties. In the early 1890’s, they did carry over 57 different types of products. Today, the Pittsburgh-based food production company now makes…

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A Different Guy

August 24, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


This is a guest post from John Stein. If you would like to be a guest blogger for the Beachfront Blog, please email us at social.media@moreyspiers.com.

After 16 years of marriage, I like to think that my wife and I know each other very well. There are…

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What is Boat Tag?

...and why is it fun? Let me tell you where it is first. Boat Tag is at the front of adventure pier and is the home of many many bouncy yellow balls. It is also the home of 5 boats (yes the floating kind).

Oh ya! I almost forgot! You can find me there too as the Boat…

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Dear Zombie… (An Advice Column From the Ghost Ship)

Hello all, it is time once again for the Ghost Ship blog. This time I thought I’d share with you some letters we recently received from some satisfied guests soliciting advice on future visits to the Ghost Ship. Think of this as a sort-of Ghost Ship Dear Abbey.

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Anatomy of Morey’s Piers Employees


Girl Stats                                                                 Boy…

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Hooray for National Ice Cream Sandwich Day

Tomorrow is probably the most anticipated holiday of the summer (right after Independence Day, of course)- it’s National Ice Cream Sandwich Day!

How are you going to celebrate? Traditional…

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The Adventures of Rob and Nick Part 1

Zombie Lost & Found and Other Ghost Ship Rules

Greetings all! Sorry so long since my last post; I’ve been busy training zombies. Now, it may seem that training zombies would not be all that difficult to do considering they have very little working brain matter left, but it’s hard to show them what to do when they’re…

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28 Miles to Wildwood

Visiting other amusement parks is one part of this job that never gets old. Taking advantage of some free time in the spring, squeezing a few days off during a busy summer and some more free time in the winter can lead to some incredible visits at other places in the country.

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Walking The Great White

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of spending the morning with Kevin Wheaton on his inspection of The Great White––a daily, 4 hour-long task. Kevin has been at Morey’s Piers for 23 years and still hasn’t gotten tired of the morning ritual. He gets to…

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Summer’s in Full Swing!

The other day was the first day of summer, both Ocean Oasis and Raging Waters are open in full force. Saturday marks the beginning of our full season schedule. So what’s new and exciting up at the piers? Over the past couple of months we’ve told you about Read More

And the winner is…..

Twelve brave competitors took to the deck of Joe’s Fish Co. on Memorial Day Weekend to compete in the 2nd Annual Curley’s Fry Eating Competition. With 5 minutes to eat as many fries as they could, the top three eaters wound up stuffing down close to 2 lbs of the…

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Oh What a Happy Father’s Day!

I myself lost my Father in 1998 and since then, Father’s Day has just not been the same.

But this Father’s Day was different. I got into work about 10AM and it was no different than any other day until we opened. There were Dads laughing and having fun with…

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The “Fine Art” of Amusement

I have often wondered, or challenged would be more accurate, the generally accepted definition of fine art.  It can be quite a testy little conversation based on who you have it with.  Below is the official dictionary definition followed by some comments on Wikipedia. Definition

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rain Orr shine

Kathy Orr visited Morey’s on Thursday to kick off Memorial Day weekend with her 9th season of Orr at the Shore. Luckily for us and for the thousands of people that will flock to the island this weekend,…

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Familiar Faces

With a new season almost in full swing here at Moreys Piers, we are starting to see some familiar faces. Each day, we are reconnecting and re-friending those we have lost due to the long cold winter. It’s these kinds of faces we see every single day from Memorial Day Weekend till…

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FAMiliarize Yourself


The Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA) organized an island-wide trolly tour on Friday, May 20th for a select group of…

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A Noble Occasion for Morey’s Piers

Over the weekend, we were honored to host some very important guests. Baron Friedhelm von Landsberg-Velen and Baroness Caroline von Landsberg-Velen of Read More

The Mascots of Morey’s: A History Part II

After Percy the Pelican‘s tragic demise and the Morey’s dissolution of their Raging Waters partnerships in Salt Lake City, which Morey Development of New Jersey operated from the early 1980s…

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The Mascots of Morey’s: A History Part I

Before Sunny C. Gull and Curley Fry, Morey’s Piers had a few other crazy characters running around, posing for photos and making kids smile (or cower in terror if you’re one of those kids who are traumatized by giant animals waddling around awkwardly).

Long before my…

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Sounds Military, right? Well, in the amusement park world, it actually stands for Ride Operator Trainer Certification.

ROTC is a multi day training the trainer course put together by our friends at When Pigs Fly – Creative Operational Concepts. While this program has been in…

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Simulated Opening Day

I just walked back into my office after spending some time walking around Mariner’s Landing.  We’re currently in the process of conducting a simulated opening for the property. Our entire operations staff, from ride operators to facility managers, participate in this…

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Hosting Halloween: Morey’s Fears




We have an exciting announcement today!

Morey’s Piers will host an epic Halloween event for the first time ever. Read More

Weekend Work + Family + Sam’s Pizza = F U N !!!!!

We have recently been analyzing and fine tuning the feasibility of pushing the proverbial green light for the proposed wood coaster that connects two piers.  While most of the coaster itself has been designed (with appropriate thanks going to all the input we received from the…

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Going Deeper into the Ship

Things are definitely shaping up inside Ye Olde Ignis Fatuus. We are quite excited with the coming changes and think you will be, too! As ever, I am under pain of death if I give TOO much away, but what I can tell you is that our #1 goal is to make Ghost Ship a better, more immersive…

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Spring is in the Air

My bride and I decided to go for a walk on the BOARDS last weekend.  Near cloudless deep blue sky, about 60 degrees, breeze from the west just strong enough to create that special spray from the waves.  We parked our jeep on the beach behind Raging Waters (ok, so a little perk and…

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It’s a Dirty Job

Friday was an unbelievably gorgeous day that inflicted us all with a little summer fever. While those stuck in the offices all day had their sad faces pasted to the windows all day, the maintenance and facilities team got to soak up the sun… and maybe a little concrete.

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Where Is “it?”

Although Morey’s Surfside Pier looks sadly vacant without the flagship Giant Slide, we’re all a bit giddy with excitement over the coming attractions that will fill the void. Our newest thrill ride, mysteriously dubbed “it,” will be a stomach-turning addition to…

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What Do We Do All Winter?  Part 3

I’m back with another installment in my attempt to provide you with a peek of what goes on at Morey’s Piers during these cold, windy and in recent years, SNOWY months between October and April.  Today, I’ll be focusing on our Attractions Maintenance…

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A Fresh Coat of Paint!

January 27, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements


Each year, hundreds of visitors make their way through the sea full of rides at Morey’s Piers.  From kiddie to extreme, each ride boasts a dazzling display of color from every color of the rainbow.  Our dedicated team of expert painters inspect, schedule, and refurbish each ride to…

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What time is the 3:00 parade?

The title of this post “What time is the 3:00 parade?” is taken from Disney lore and is touted as being the most frequently asked question in the Magic Kingdom.  It may sound stupid, but it’s really not.  When a Guest asks this question, they really…

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Ghost Ship - Interview with Terry

Terry O’Brien, Manager of the Ghost Ship, discusses his first season’s ups and downs. Did you experience the Ghost Ship? What do you have to say about it?

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Saying Goodbye to The Ride That Started It All