Cape May Travel Guide
Welcome to Cape May, NJ!
Cape May, on the southern tip of the New Jersey coast, is the oldest seashore town in the United States. The entire town is a National Historic Landmark with beautifully landscaped gardens, tree-lined streets and more than 600 Victorian buildings, as well as the Historic Cold Spring Village, a living history attraction. While the scenery in Cape May is enjoyable in itself, the town also offers numerous sportfishing charters, including Caveman Sport Fishing and Serenity Now Sport Fishing, just two of the many local charters. The area's beaches are also worth visiting, in addition to sauntering through the many antique shops, and watching whales and birds along the coastline. Cape May Point State Park is an ideal place to enjoy the local flora and fauna. Cape May Miniature Golf is a good family activity and is open seven days a week. Visitors in October are treated to the annual Pumpkin Festival, featuring crafts, food and more.
Home of the Greater Cape May Historical Society, this house was built in 1775.
Hotels & Motels
This hotel is situated amidst a sweeping lawn overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Experience the high-flying thrill, panoramic views and pure excitement of parasailing at the jersey shore! Come soar 500' over the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.