Our Top 10 Things to See and Do
Our Top 10 Recommendations
Here are our favorite things to see and do in Cape May County.
Some are well know, some not so well known. Have a look around as we have included photos, information and links. They are in no particular order.
Enjoy your journey and see you soon.
Historic Cape May
Regardless of the time of year, there seems to always be something happening in Historic Cape May. Head there for a visit and see what America’s first seashore resort was like. Don’t forget to book your private horse and carriage ride.
Willow Creek Winery
Willow Creek Winery not only produces some of the finest hand-crafted wines found outside of Europe, but also offers spectacular scenery of vineyards and gardens to stroll around and explore, and an architecturally stunning wine-tasting room with a beautiful outside brick patio and fireplace. Willow Creek is open to the public for daily farm and vineyard tours, wine tastings, light tapas lunches, winery tours, and private wine paired events.
OYSTER BAY RESTAURANT AND BAR
The Oyster Bay Restaurant is centrally located in Cape May and is famous for its culinary combinations of seafood and steak. They offer a memorable experience with friendly service and daily specials prepared fresh daily by experienced chefs.
The next time you are looking for Cape May Restaurants, make sure to stop in at the Oyster Bay Restaurant and Bar.
Cape May Lighthouse
The Cape May Lighthouse is a lighthouse located in the U.S. state of New Jersey at the tip of Cape May, in Lower Township’s Cape May Point State Park. It was built in 1859 under the supervision of U.S. Army engineer William F. Raynolds, was automated in 1946, and continues operation to this day
Cape May Whale Watching
The 110 foot Cape May Whale Watcher has been dolphin and whale watching in the Cape May, Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Atlantic City and the rest of the New Jersey Shore area since 1993.
Higbee Beach Wildlife Management Area
While the beach is natural and off limits to dogs, kites, and boats, it provides a pristine setting to enjoy the beach and the wildlife in an undisturbed environment.
Cape May County Zoo
The Cape May County Park & Zoo in provides free year-round admission to a collection of more than 550 animals representing 250 species in 85 acres of exhibits. The zoo is located at 707 Route 9 North, in the center of Cape May County’s Central Park, and together the zoo and the park cover about 220 acres. The zoo began operation in 1978. Its principal exhibit areas are a 57-acre (23 ha) African Savanna, a free-flight aviary, and a reptile collection.