National Historic Landmark City and the last exit on the Garden State Parkway, Cape May is now one of the most popular vacation spots on New Jersey’s shoreline. Very well restored, the authenticity and air of classical American resort towns is very evident here.
Beautiful beaches are the three-sectioned city’s main attraction. The Atlantic Ocean blows fresh salty air toward the coast and sea gulls fly in circles overhead. In summer, it is sometimes difficult to find a spot for that beach blanket, but come early enough and you’ll be fine.
Back in town, there are great accommodations and food for visitors. Well-kept bed and breakfasts provide distinct hospitality and the New Jersey coast seafood selection is as fresh as it gets. If the historic streets and white sand of the beach don’t interest you, there are nearby marshlands and state parks to the north and west.