What to do in Cape May


As you drive along our highways and byways this spring and throughout the summer and fall, remember that Cape May, NJ has not lost its long tradition of farming. It has, to the contrary, evolved into a business both true to our agricultural heritage and our tourist roots as well.

  1. Cape May Winery

    Cape May Winery has grown over the past two decades to produce some of South Jersey’s most distinguished wines.

  2. Garden State Wine Growers Association

    From Sussex County to Cape May come out and experience New Jersey wine country. Sample our award-winning wines and enjoy the unique experiences each of our wineries has to offer. Check the event calendar to see what NJ wineries have in store for you!

  3. Hawk Haven Winery

    Hawk Haven Vineyard and Winery is located on a sprawling 100+ acre farm in up & coming Cape May Wine Country. Local, handcrafted, limited production wines. In addition to daily tastings from 11am-6pm, join us for Saturdays on the Crush Pad, offering live music from 2-5pm. Saturdays and Sundays, indulge in fine cheeses, gourmet sandwiches & snacks from the Barrel Room Cheese Shop. Pet-friendly patio!

  4. Jessie Creek Winery

    The Jessie Creek Winery is the perfect setting to provide a taste of Italy at the South Jersey Shore.

  5. Tastings and Tours

    Enjoy a carefree day while tasting and touring Cape May’s finest breweries & wineries.

  6. Willow Creek Winery

    The only Napa-style winery located on Cape May Island. Pet-friendly patio.