Points of Interest

Miles of boardwalk with amusement piers, games of chance, and boardwalk fare are the hub of activity for vacationers.

From early morning bike rides, to late night amusement rides there are hours of family fun on both Ocean City and Wildwood’s boards.
Ferris Wheel
Cape May County Park & Zoo
Located 1 mile North of Cape May Court House, on Route 9 and Crest Haven Road, the 128 acre Cape May County Park and Zoo is open year 'round 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Considered one of the best full-system parks in the state, the Cape May County Park and Zoo offers plenty of recreational facilities such as playground areas, tennis and volleyball courts, baseball fields, nature, walking, jogging and bike trails and fresh water fishing.

Beach Alternative
While many visitors go to the Park and Zoo to find something to do, just as many go to just relax and enjoy a leisurely walk or sit and think among the natural surroundings. A visit to the Park and Zoo is pleasant alternative to the beaches. There are plenty of benches, shade trees, covered pavilions, picnic tables, open-pit barbecues and clean restrooms available for family outings.

Over 100 species of wildlife are housed in the beautiful setting of this well maintained zoo. Come see the playful otters, tigers, bobcats, reindeer, zebra, goats and bears. Be sure to stop and say "Hi" to our old friends, Brutus and Tinkerbell the Cougars, Matilda and Dundee the Wallabies, Jerome the Giraffe, Charlie the Camel, Fernando the Llama, and the rest of our friends in the Reptile House, Monkey House and Aviary.

Make our friends, your friends. Plan to spend a day amid the peaceful surroundings of Cape May County Park and Zoo. Admission is free. For additional information call 609-465-5271.

Additional Park Locations
Cape May County Zoo Society A 501 (c)3 Nonprofit NJ Corporation
Cape May County Park South
1301 Bayshore Road
Del Haven, NJ 08251
Cape May County Park North Cameron Wildlife Sanctuary
1099 Shore Road
Palermo, NJ 08223

Cape May - Lewes Ferry Terminal
Crossing the Delaware Bay from Cape May, New Jersey to Lewes, Delaware the Cape May - Lewes Ferry has become a fun filled 70 minute trip for vacationers and travelers alike. Visit our website or call 800-643-3779 for reservations.

Coast Guard Base
The United States Coast Guard Base was a Naval base in World War II. Today it is the only Coast Guard “boot camp” in the country, as well as an active “search and rescue” center. Summer Sunset Parades on the base stir the patriot in all of us. Pennsylvania and Buffalo Avenue
Cape May, NJ 08204

Concrete Ship / Sunset Beach
The Concrete Ship, U.S.S. Atlantus, broke loose from her moorings during a 1926 storm and sank where you see her remains today, just off Sunset Beach, Cape May Point.

Schellenger's Landing
Schellenger’s Landing - located at the entrance to Cape May, Schellenger’s Landing is home to one of the largest fleets of commercial fishing boats in Cape May County. Wharf tours available through Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts.

The Jersey Cape Winery & Brewery Trail

From vine to wine, the Jersey Cape has earned bragging rights for some of the best wines this side of Napa Valley - and most of these great vintages are made from grapes grown right here in Cape May county. View The Jersey Cape Winery and Brewery Trail for more information.
The Jersey Cape Winery and Brewery Trail
Washington Street Mall
Located on Washington Street at Ocean Street the Washington Street Mall has been newly renovated to enhance the shopping experience. Dozens of boutiques offer a myriad of shopping options.
Washington Street Mall