Morey’s Piers offers a huge selection of dynamic, thrilling rides and attractions. We are committed to providing our guests with the safest, most enjoyable experience possible. Please observe the following guidelines for our piers.
Parent's Limitied Ride Pass
If your child does not meet the minimum requirements to ride alone and has a valid wristband or ticket card, you can accompany them on the following rides with a Parent’s Limited Ride Pass. All qualifying rides are marked with the yellow
Parent’s Limited Ride Pass graphic and are listed on your wristband.
Mariner's Pier: Airplanes, Carousel, Crazy Bus & Pink Elephants
Surfside Pier: Carousel, Convoy, Howitzer, Jump Around, Kiddie Train & Mini Tea Cups
No other rides are included in the Parent's Limited Ride Pass.
Guests are permitted to ride the Sightseer Tram Car for free with a valid Morey's Piers wristband until 5 pm on weekdays.
Rider requirements, including height, age, and weight, are set by management, ride manufacturers, and state agencies. Other requirements, not included on this website, are posted at each ride. All requirements are subject to change.
All guest restraint systems must be used properly at all times by all riders. Guests that are large framed, very tall, or have casts, braces, restrictive devices, or certain disabilities, may not be safely accommodated on some rides. Any guest that tampers with a restraint device will be subject to prosecution under New Jersey State Law. Violators are subject to fines up to $1,000 and up to 6 months in jail.
Morey’s Piers does not permit taking pictures, filming, or videotaping while riding any ride EXCEPT for: The Giant Wheel, Flying Galleon, and Balloon Race. Small cameras must be safely secured in a pocket or purse. Guests may not take cameras on roller coasters or X-treme rides.
Unless otherwise stipulated, for your safety and the safety of those around you, loose articles are not permitted on any ride. All loose articles should be left with a non-rider or stored in a locker. There is loose article storage available on some ride platforms, but Morey’s Piers Associates will not be able to watch your articles and cannot be responsible for any articles left behind. Loose articles, other than hats and shoes, may not be taken past the queue entrance and cannot be left on the load/unload platform of the Great Nor’Easter. Time limited free lockers are available for your use when riding the Great Nor’Easter.
Other Personal Articles:
Morey's Piers does not permit the use of radios, tape players, laser pointers, scooters, remote-controlled vehicles, etc on our property. Bicycles are permitted until 11 am.
For your safety, it is strongly suggested that shoes be worn at all times while at the Piers - some rides have shoe type restrictions. Some amusement rides require that shirts be worn while riding. Clothing with profanity, illegal substances, and other suggestive or offensive material is prohibited.
Morey’s Piers is a family destination. We therefore reserve the right to remove from the premises, without refund, any individual that prevents others from enjoying our Piers.
Morey's Piers and Beachfront Waterparks is a no-smoking facility. Each Pier does offer designated smoking areas. See our map or Guest Services for details.
First Aid Stations:
First Aid Stations are located at all three piers and are equipped to handle minor first aid situations.
Outside alcoholic beverages (open or closed containers) are prohibited on any Morey's Piers property. In addition, it is illegal to carry or consume alcoholic beverages on Wildwood's Boardwalk. Guests found to be impaired by alcohol or other substance will be removed from the Piers and Waterparks without refund, and may result in prosecution.
Ride and attraction operation may be temporarily suspended during inclement weather or for maintenance requirements. Rides will reopen as soon as safely possible after such events. As such, we do not offer refunds or rain checks.
Water Park Policies
Raging Waters and Ocean Oasis Beach Club both provide refreshing fun and tons of activities. We are committed to providing our guests with the safest, most enjoyable experience possible. Please observe the following guidelines for our waterparks.
Both of our beachfront waterparks are gated and are general admission facilities, all guests entering must pay an admission fee. We do not offer “spectator” admission. All waterpark guests MUST wear the appropriate waterpark wristband at all times. As payment, we accept cash, traveler's checks, and major credit cards (Visa, Master Card, and Discover). Sorry, we do not accept personal checks.
Our waterparks are participatory waterparks with physically demanding activities. It is your responsibility to know all instructions and your own limitations, physical capabilities and swimming skills prior to participating. If you are of a “non-athletic” nature or overweight for your body type, use caution when choosing which activities to participate in.
Lifeguards and First Aid:
Over 100 award-winning trained and licensed Lifeguards are stationed throughout the park for proper ride dispatching and guest assistance in pools. They are all here for your safety and service. First Aid Stations are located at both waterparks and are equipped to handle minor care emergencies.
Glass containers, alcoholic beverages, grills, pets, snorkels and diving equipment are not allowed. We reserve the right to perform physical inspection of any guest or item(s) entering or exiting the park at any time. All bags are subject to search.
Raging Waters and Ocean Oasis are family-orientated waterparks. Appropriate swimwear MUST be worn at all times. No “thong” swimwear, or any offensive or suggestive clothing is permitted. All shoes, including water shoes are not permitted on any slide
Exercise extreme caution when walking from place to place. No running at any time! Obey Lifeguard and Staff instructions, and observe all instructional signs and recordings at all times. Failure to follow all rules, both written and verbal, can result in serious injury to yourself or others. Violation of rules will result in immediate ejection from park without refund.
At Raging Waters and Ocean Oasis Waterparks, most attractions have no minimum height requirements. The WipeOut Racer Slide at Ocean Oasis all guests must be at least 42" tall to ride.
Since the majority of our waterpark guests are barefoot, both waterparks are designated as non-smoking areas.
We strongly recommend small children and non-swimmers wear a lifejacket and are accompanied by a swimming adult. Both beachfront waterparks have life jackets for guest use at no charge (first come, first serve). They're located throughout the parks in silver bins- please see any staff member for assistance. Personal flotation devices are subject to approval by waterpark safety staff.
For the safety and comfort of all of our guests, diapers are not permitted in any pool. All babies and toddlers under the age of 3 are required to wear approved swim diapers when entering any pool or attraction. The changing of diapers is not permitted in pool and deck areas- changing stations are located in restrooms. Approved waterproof swim diapers are available for purchase at the time of admission or at any waterpark Guest Services.
Please use our lockers for all of your personal items, as we do not take responsibility for the loss of any of your valuables. Lockers are available at both waterparks for a nominal fee.
Guests are permitted to ride the Sightseer Tram Car for free with a valid Morey's Piers wristband until 5 p.m. on weekdays.
In the event of inclement weather, our waterparks will remain open unless there is severe weather in the area (lightning, high winds, etc). Rides and attractions will reopen as soon as the lightning leaves the area. No refunds or rain checks are issued in the event of severe weather.
Your Role in Safety
At Morey’s Piers, we take the safety of our guests and associates very seriously. In fact, safety is our highest priority – it is spelled out in our company Mission Statement and is the leading statement in our Core Values.
To ensure that all of our guests have a safe and enjoyable visit to Morey's Piers, we need your help. You play a vital role in your safety, as well as the safety of others. You can help ensure a safe experience by understanding the following safety regulations, amusement and waterpark policies.
WARNING: Every guest has different capabilities and limitations, and every ride has associated risks. As such, certain individuals are at increased risk for injury from these rides. Please carefully evaluate each ride to determine if you, or members of your party, can safely participate. DO NOT RIDE if you suspect your health could be at risk, or you could aggravate a pre-existing condition. NEW JERSEY STATE LAW: State Law requires that each rider MUST obey all written warnings and directions regarding this ride and refrain from behaving in a reckless manner which may contribute to injury of the rider or others. Failure to comply is a violation of law and subject to a penalty under the NEW JERSEY code of Criminal Justice. VIOLATORS SUBJECT UP TO $1,000 FINE AND UP TO 6 MONTHS IN JAIL. Under NJACA 5.14A-9.34
- The following people should not ride:
- Those who are pregnant
- Those with heart conditions
- Those with serious back problems
- Those subject to motion sickness
- Those with other health problems that may make them more vulnerable to injury
- Those under the influence of alcohol or drugs shall not ride any amusement device
We reserve the right to inspect all persons and articles that enter any Morey’s Piers property. Any guest who may jeopardize their own or another’s safety, will not obey the rules and regulations of a ride, or are giving the indication of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs, will be required to leave the premises. In addition, for the safety of our guests, Morey’s Piers conducts continuous audio and video surveillance of our facilities.
We take pride in the level of safety we provide our guests, but we can’t do it alone. We need you to be our partner in safety. Read all signs, listen to all instructions, and use common sense. If you have any questions, please see our Safety and Maintenance FAQ. Other questions or comments can be sent to: email@example.com
Terms Conditions and Limitations
- We reserve the right to inspect all persons and articles which enter any Morey’s Piers property.
- Morey’s Piers and its Associates are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Most rides do not permit loose articles.
- Please leave all loose articles with a non-rider.
- Any guest who may jeopardize their own or another’s safety, will not obey the rules and regulations of a ride or are giving the indication of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs, will be required to leave the premises and may face criminal prosecution under NJSA 5:3-36.1.
- All accidents or injuries should be reported in accordance with posted instructions. First-aid stations are located on all piers.
- All claims of any kind, including but not limited to claims for personal injuries, may only be brought in the Courts of Cape May County, NJ.
- Audible music players, laser pointers and pets are not permitted on Morey’s Piers.
- All riders are subject to height, weight and age restrictions.
- Approaching severe weather may cause some or all attractions to close temporarily. All rides and attractions will reopen as soon as we determine it is safe to do so.
Morey's Piers Accessibility Guide
Welcome to Morey’s Piers and Beachfront Waterparks! At Morey’s Piers, we work hard to offer all of our Guests a safe and enjoyable environment. We have created this guide, which describes the accommodations Morey’s Piers offers to Guests with disabilities, and provides a detailed description of rider restrictions and access issues for each of our attractions.
Please note that all information is subject to change. Please speak to a representative in one of our Guest Services locations for the most up-to-date accessibility information, or to answer any questions you may have about our accommodations.
You can pick up a copy of this guide at any Guest Services location. CLICK HERE to view an electronic version of this guide.