Cape May, NJ, Guide and Information


Welcome to Cape May

One of the oldest resort destinations in the nation, Cape May, New Jersey, features a unique blend of 19th-century ambience and world-class beaches. From the only city-wide National Historic District in the country, to the nature trails exploring the quieter parts of the county, visitors today can easily understand why Cape May has been a sought-after destination since the 18th century.

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5 Fun Things to Do in Cape May, New Jersey, if It's Your First Visit

So it's your first visit to Cape May, New Jersey? What took you so long?! Cape May is one of the country's oldest resort towns and has remained a favorite with families who flock to the area’s beautiful beaches year after year.

But what should you do when you get here, to see what all the fuss is about? Here are five fun things to do during your first visit.

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Experience the Sea of this Seaside Resort

Named for Cornelius Jacobsen Mey, a Dutch sea captain that explored and charted the area during the early 1600s, Cape May is located at the southern tip of Cape May Peninsula, the southernmost point of the state of New Jersey. Situated where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, it’s perfectly poised to offer some of the best seaside and on-sea fun in North America.

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Historic Cape May

Known as the oldest seaside resort in America, Cape May envelopes you in an historic charm that’s classy, rich and well worth the visit. There’s no ugly development at this elegant resort destination. No siree Bob. Classified as a National Historic Landmark District, the entire city of Cape May figures within the Cape May Historic District. What exactly does that mean? Well, expect to see one of the biggest proliferations of Victorian homes in the country. It’s second only to San Francisco and we all know that that’s a big city. Here, it’s much more concentrated–no wonder every building seems to outrank the next. Such stunners!


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