The Cape May coast is miles long, with miles of sandy beaches running along its length
Many B&Bs offer guests the opportunity to relax on their verandas or front porches and enjoy the old-fashioned atmosphere of a vacation
Cape May’s beaches are family-friendly. They have sun umbrella and lounge chairs available for rent
Bird-watchers including John Audubon have been showcasing the Cape May environment for more than two centuries.
The Monarch Trail was named for the monarch butterflies that flock to the wildflowers in fall
The marinas at Schellenger’s Landing are a great place to go on boating and recreational fishing trips.
A Harbor Safari is an educational outing that the New Jersey Audubon Society organizes for families with young children.
Visitors can feel the cultural heritage of the 19th century as they walk around the village on a 30-acre area