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Wildwood and its two neighbors, Wildwood Crest and North Wildwood, took top honors in the annual contest run by the New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium/New Jersey Sea Grant and the Richard Stockton College Coastal Research Center as a way of making people feel more connected to and protective of the state's 127-mile coastline. The three beaches, which market themselves as a single entity called The Wildwoods, entered and won the contest that way, too. This beach is my medicine; it's what keeps me coming back each year."The other winners were, in order of finish: Sea Isle City; Cape May; Asbury Park; Seaside Heights (which moved up one spot from last year, possibly due to the absence this year of Snooki); Island Beach State Park; Cape May Point, and Sandy Hook, the first time the national recreation area made the top 10.
Admission to all three beaches is always free, which accounts for a big part of their appeal."They're nice and free, and they're always clean," said Lynda Jarrett, 59, of Lewisburg, Pa. Cape May County thus took five of the top 10 spots in the contest.
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