BELLEPLAIN STATE FOREST has a full range of outdoor activities including hiking, camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, and boating on 13,000+ acres. (609) 861-2404
1859 CAPE MAY LIGHTHOUSE AND MUSEUM is a renowned museum with a breath-taking panoramic view of the Jersey Cape. (609) 884-5404
WHALING WALL BY WYLAND is a spectacular 220' x 300' mural of life size whales, dolphins, turtles, and other sea mammals, located at Garfield Avenue and the Boardwalk in Wildwood.
CAPE MAY "DIAMONDS" are broken pieces of pure quartz crystals found in the northern region of the Delaware River and are washed ashore by the tides. Searching for Cape May "Diamonds" is a popular family activity.
CAPE MAY-LEWES FERRY The transportation link between the Southern most tip of New Jersey and Delaware. A relaxing way to travel as well as a popular excursion for vacationers on both sides of the Delaware Bay. (609) 644-6030
CAPE MAY PARK & ZOO is a 120-acre park that offers picnicking, ball fields, and a zoo. Rent a pavilion for groups and reunions. The zoo contains over 500 types of animals, including lions, tigers, bears, giraffes, and a reptile house. (609) 465-5271
Created in 1989, CAPE MAY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE is a 6400 acre home for endangered species, woodcocks, raptors, songbirds, and neo-tropical migrants, fishery resources, endangered plants, and shorebirds, (609) 463-0994
HEREFORD INLET LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST GUARD TOWER, historic and picturesque, was a beacon of safety and assurance to the 19th century mariner, the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse is a focal point for visitors and locals, (609) 522-4520 or (609) 522-2030
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP PERFORMING ARTS CENTER offers a year 'round schedule of plays, concerts, and performances, Call (609) 463-1924 or (609) 463-1925 for performance schedules.
Since 1988, NEW JERSEY COASTAL HERITAGE TRAIL ROUTE, has provided public appreciation, education, understanding, and enjoyment of significant natural and cultural sites associated with the New Jersey coastal are. (800) 537-7397 or (609) 292-2470
THE SUNKEN CONCRETE SHIP "ATLANTUS" is located at the very tip of New Jersey, just off Sunset Beach at Cape May Point. Due to a lack of available steel during World War I, the Atlantus was one of twelve ships constructed with concrete & steel rods.
HISTORIC COLD SPRING VILLAGE is an authentically garbed village craftspeople demonstrate age-old crafts using traditional tools, methods, and materials. (609) 898-2300
NATURAL CENTER OF CAPE MAY is a unique area located on Cape May Harbor shore in Cape May. For program, special event, and membership information, please call (609) 898-8848.
OCEAN CITY MUSIC PIER is located at Moorlyn Terrace on the Ocean City Boardwalk, the Ocean City Music Pier provides a wide array of events through the year, call 1-800-BEACH-NJ.
The SHOEMAKER HOLLY TREE is located at Milepost 23 on the Garden State Parkway. This 300-year-old tree is over 60-feet tall and has a 30-inch truck width.
Focusing on education and research, the WETLAND INSTITUTE offers you fun as you explore the exhibits, observation tower, and nature trails, (609) 368-3871.
The US COAST GUARD allows visitors to tour the training center by car or foot.
A few of the many THEATRE AND MUSIC choices are Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts, (609) 884-5404; Elaine's Dinner Theatre, (609) 884-4358; and Steppin' Out Productions, (609) 884-4627