Cape May City’s library is a quiet, cozy place to escape the sun or rain for a few hours.
A free county park and zoo located just a few miles up the Garden State Parkway
An ideal location for birding, picnics, and nature walks
Cape May’s promenade runs parallel to Beach Avenue and stretches for nearly two miles, taking you on a scenic walk or run past Cape May’s beaches.
If this is your first time here, be sure to stop into the Cape May Welcome Center
Combined, Cold Spring Bike Path (2.7 miles) and Middle Township Bike Path (8.9 miles) will take you from Historic Cold Spring Village all the way to the Cape May County Park and Zoo.
Steward of The Colonial House Museum, located in the first period Memucan Hughes house, c. 1730. Restored tavern room, common room and Gallery Exhibit Room on first floor.
This statue, dedicated in 1988, faces the Cape May harbor in tribute to the fisherman who have been lost at sea. It sits in a small park at the intersection of Missouri and Baltimore Avenues.
Keep your bike in top shape with this free repair and service station
A public space free to visit year round, offering photo-worthy views of the harbor.
A city park with a playground, picnic area, and half-court basketball court. Located on Madison Avenue, across from the water tower
A showcase of native species capable of surviving only with what Mother Nature provides.
Thursdays in July and August, bring a beach chair and a blanket, and enjoy free movies on the beach this summer in Cape May.
At Gurney Street and Columbia Avenues
Public access boat launch
Cape May is a destination for the entire family.
There's no reason to leave your best friend at home when you visit Cape May.
There's more to Cape May than the beach. Even on a rainy day, you won't be bored.
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