Cape May

Wineries of Cape May

The temperate climate of the southern Jersey peninsula has allowed Cape May to emerge as a premier grape growing region, and is home to several award-winning vineyards. Sandy soil and sea breezes from the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay provide a perfect environment in which grapes thrive, and inspire local vintners to turn them into… Continue reading Wineries of Cape May

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Upcoming Events in Cape May

September Cape May Food and Wine Festival - September 15-24, 2017 Indulge in good food, fine wine, and all types of culinary delights and events during the 21st Cape May Food & Wine Celebration, presented by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC). Sample the best of the best and find out why the… Continue reading Upcoming Events in Cape May

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Where to Eat in Cape May

Cape May is abundant with tasty choices for your dining pleasure. While many restaurants can be found in the area of Washington Street Mall, there are several stand-alone restaurants throughout the Cape that are worth checking out, including historic inns and hotels that have a house Chef cooking up culinary specialties. Here are the establishments… Continue reading Where to Eat in Cape May

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Where to Stay in Cape May

Historic Cape May offers a wide variety of lodging options including historic bed and breakfast inns, motels, hotels and condo/home rentals for longer stays. These overnight accommodations are available throughout the entire Cape May area including the City of Cape May, Cape May Point and West Cape May. Bed and Breakfast Inns Bed and Breakfast Inns… Continue reading Where to Stay in Cape May

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Cape May Beach Information

Cape May's beaches are a great place to be on a hot summer afternoon, a cool autumn morning or a balmy spring night. Whether you are a beachcomber, sunbather, surfer or sandcastle builder, you are sure to enjoy your time on these white sand beaches. To maximize your enjoyment, here is information you will want… Continue reading Cape May Beach Information

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History of Cape May

The peninsula situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay, now known as Cape May, was once hunting grounds of the Lenni-Lenape Indians. In 1609, Henry Hudson was sailing his yacht when he came upon the land. A couple years later, Dutch Captain Cornelius Jacobsen Mey explored and chartered the land, establishing a claim… Continue reading History of Cape May

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The Nation’s Oldest Seaside Resort

Cape May is located on Cape Island, the southernmost tip of New Jersey where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean.  This area is known as an island because of a man-made canal that was built, separating it from the mainland. Cape May got its name from Dutch captain Cornelius Jacobsen Mey who explored and… Continue reading The Nation’s Oldest Seaside Resort