The Cape May Seashore Lines’ train is totally cute… and you should ride it. You should take the train in the rain. You should take train if you have kids. You should take the train if you live here. You should take the train if you live over there somewhere. Oh? You want to know… Read more »
Maybe you’re wondering who’s responsible for bringing the United States Lifeguard Association Championships (USLA) to Cape May for a fourth time. Or, maybe you’re wondering who’s behind the Cape May Beach Patrol bringing wheelchairs to the beach so the handicapped can enjoy the sun, sand and water. Or maybe you’re wondering just who it is that organizes all those lifeguards and makes sure the ocean you’re bathing in is safe.
“Car free / Care free” is the motto of a recent map published by the “West Cape May Citizens for Good Government.” Published in an effort to encourage visitors and residents to park their cars and leave them parked, the map is available at the Visitor and Transportation Center of Cape May at Lafayette Street… Read more »