Flow House Wildwood


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In a Nutshell

Surfers ride a 40-foot continuous wave in surf pool, as a nearby bar serves up drinks and appetizers to spectators

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 26, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Reservation required for cabana, subject to availability. Check website for updates. Not valid towards alcohol. FlowHouse opens at 5 p.m. through September 6 and 1p.m.- 8p.m. on Saturdays through September 26. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $75 for Two FlowRider Tickets, Two FlowRider T-Shirts, and $20 Value Towards Food ($110 value)
  • $149 for Four FlowRider Tickets, Four FlowRider T-Shirts, and $40 Value Towards Food with VIP Cabana ($250 value)

Flow House opens at 6pm daily.

Wave Pools: Synthetic Surfing

The wave pool at this park re-creates the sensation of bodysurfing in the big wide ocean. Read on to learn more about these manmade tides.

Wave: a swell of water that undulates in crests and troughs. Unlike an ocean current, a wave does not actually push any water forward. Instead, a forward motion of energy causes the water to swell up and down as it passes along. Following this principle, wave pools create a disturbance at one end of the pool to create a wave that travels toward a simulated beach at the other end.

Pneumatic pool: a wave pool that uses air to generate waves. Just as most waves in the ocean are caused by wind blowing over the surface, pneumatic pools shoot compressed air from exhaust pipes at one corner of the pool to begin each wave. This is generally best for creating short, quick, shallow crests rather than giant, rolling breakers. For that, we need a different type of pool . . .

Reservoir: in a hydraulic pool, a tank—or set of tanks—that disperse up to thousands of gallons of water at regular intervals. When the reservoir empties, it displaces the water at the end, creating a rippling tide that hurtles along the length of the pool. The bigger the reservoir, the bigger the waves. Some pools can even generate waves up to 7 feet tall—more than exciting enough to please surfers and shipwreck survivors nostalgic for their days marooned at sea.

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    3500 Boardwalk

    Wildwood, NJ 08260


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