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Cape May’s pristine beaches are the primary attraction for many visitors, as the relaxation found in sinking your toes into the sandy carpet of these beautifully kept beaches is unmatched.

Not just for sunbathers, Cape May beaches are perfect for grabbing a long board to surf the waves or fishing off the sun-kissed jetties. Boogie boarding and kayaking also top the list of premiere activities along the shore.

For those with sea legs, bring your boat and dock in one of the many fabulous marinas that provide all the amenities a boater could want.

If you love water, then Cape May is your ultimate vacation destination.
Beach tags are required for all beachgoers over the age of 12 from Memorial Day through Labor Day, 10am to 5pm.

*Active Military & Veterans Free. Available for pick-up at the Beach Tag Office in City Hall.

Beach Tag Rates:
Daily $6.00
3-Day $12.00
Weekly (Sat - Sat) $18.00
Pre-Season $20 Dec. 1 - March 31
In-Season  $28 Beginning April 1
Active Military/Veterans Free*

Beach tags are available for purchase, in person, at the Beach Entrances or Beach Tag Office 704 Beach Ave, from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, 7 Days a Week. Weekly, 3 day and daily beach tags can only be purchased on the beach. A maximum of five (5) seasonal tags, per season, per individual, can be purchased.


Cape May Light House: This 1859 structure is one of the nation's most historic lighthouses. Still an active aid to navigation where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, it has been restored as a quality maritime museum. View informative displays or shop for lighthouse memorabilia in the Visitors' Orientation Center, then climb the 199 step spiral staircase to the top for a spectacular panoramic view. Join us for the living history experience, THE KEEPER'S ON DUTY, when Harry and Belle Palmer greet you at the top with tales of their life and work in the 1920s.
The Cape May County Art League: The Cape May County Art League, founded in 1929, is one of the oldest organizations of its kind in the U.S. In its advocacy of the arts, the League undertakes cultural activities, exhibits, performances, classes and programs in a setting where residents and visitors of all ages may participate in the artistic experience. Membership is open to all who wish to support the fine arts.

Theater & Music: Many live performances are given throughout the county all year long, ranging from Dinner theater and professional equity theatre to local ‘players’. Musical entertainment offers everything from individual concerts to weekend festivals and full concert series. Call Cape May Jazz Festival at 609-884-7200, Cape May Stage at 609-884-1344, East Lynne Theater Company at 609-884-5898, Elaine’s Dinner Theater at 609-884-4358, Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts at 609-844-5404, or South Jersey Cultural Alliance at 609-926-1639.
Historic Cold Spring Village:
Throughout the season, visitors can share the experience of this bygone era and become directly involved in the daily life of a century and a half ago. Historic Cold Spring Village lets you and your family "live a little history".

Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts:
Experience Cape May's heritage through a year - round schedule of special events and trolley, walking, ghost and historic house tours.

Cape May County Park & Zoo:
The Cape May Park & Zoo is a 128-acre park offering picnicking facilities, a playground, a pond for fishing, as well as walking and biking nature trails. The world-class zoo contains over 500 types of animals including lions, tigers, bears, giraffes and a reptile house.

Cape May Bird Observatory:
For excellent birding within minutes of fine dining, luxurious accommodations, and an exquisite coastline, come to Cape May - The Birding Capital of North America.