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Listed below are some links that may be of interest to you while in Cape May or in planning your trip. There are many historical sites to see, places to visit, restaurants to dine at, etc. What’s here is just a small sampling. Whether you are planning a trip for business or pleasure there’s bound to be something to please everybody.

The Cape May County Park & Zoo

Enjoy free year-round admission and have a wild time as you explore more than 85 acres of beautifully maintained exhibits. With 200 different species of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles and approximately 500 animals, you're sure to see something new. The Cape May County Zoo is open 364 days a year. The zoo also has a train ride and carousel. The train is trackless and can take visitors all around the zoo. The carousel has zoo animals for riding seats unlike the traditional horses on most carousels.

Birding in Cape May

There are few places in the world that can equal or surpass the birding phenomenon at Cape May. In Cape May, migration happens 365 days a year, northbound or southbound! And because of Cape May’s diverse habitat, the peninsula supports 146 nesting species. In Cape May harbor’s back bays: laughing gulls; in the marshes: herons and egrets; in the woodlands: scarlet tanagers; in the hardwood swamps: Prothonotary Warblers; in the fields: Yellow Warblers and Yellow-breasted Chats!

Cape May Chamber of Commerce

Cape May is America’s oldest seaside resort; it has welcomed visitors for generations with its hospitality and Victorian charm. Combine Cape May’s location, architecture and hospitality with its year round calendar of cultural, and family-friendly events, and it’s clear that this is a destination for all seasons.

Restaurants, Food & Beverages

Cape May and the surrounding area have a plethora of food and drink options to choose from. Whether you're looking for a 50's inspired ice-cream shop or a romantic dinner for two, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for.

Sunset Beach

Sunset Beach is a beach located near Cape May Point, in Lower Township along the Delaware Bay, in the U.S. state of New Jersey. It is a local tourist attraction, in part due to its proximity to the SS Atlantus (locally known as the "Concrete Ship") and the Cape May Lighthouse. Visitors can also walk the beach in search of "Cape May Diamonds".

Tree to Tree Adventure

An aerial adventure course is an obstacle course set high up in the trees! It requires a bit more physical exertion than a standard zip line tour. Our course has different levels that get more difficult and higher up as you progress. Each course has a series of unique obstacle elements such as ladders, tight ropes, balance beams, and wobbly bridges. The objective is to move from platform to platform while fully secured with harnesses at all times.participating.

Morey's Piers

Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks is a classic seaside amusement park located on The Wildwoods' boardwalk in Wildwood and North Wildwood, New Jersey. The park has been family owned and operated since 1969 and is currently run by 2nd generation Morey Brothers, Will and Jack. Morey’s Piers has over 100 rides and attractions. It includes three amusement piers and two beachfront waterparks.

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