Cape May is practicing social distancing in response to the threat of COVID-19. Starting May 2nd, City beaches and promenade are reopened for walking and jogging. Read more Blog

Category: Leisure

All Aboard! The train is now leaving the station

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 »

Cape May Nightlife

My date and I spent a rainy Saturday night in June hitting some of the bars in Cape May  that we think single people looking for a good time should try out. We were on foot, so we focused our attention on a few that are found on and around Beach Ave. Our trek started… Read more »

Inside Cape May’s Wineries

It’s harvest time in Cape May. Not tomatoes, corn or lima beans but grapes. Chardonnays, Sauvignon Blancs, White Rieslings, Merlots. Grapes from which fine wines are made. Vineyards are popping up in Cape May County. The look is unmistakable. Rows and rows of wooden framed wire fencing with green vines stretching across them. You can… Read more »