Cape May Point State Park
Climb the lighthouse 199 steps for a one of a kind view of the ocean and town. Hike the trails. Visit the museum to look at sea creatures.
Great outing with kids or family. Climb the lighthouse. Lots of birders go there and gladly show people the birds that can be seen from the viewing platform. The state park has lots of educational programs for all ages. Also, some very cool hiking/walkiing into the wetland and wooded areas just off…
Cape May Point State Park is a key site on the NJ Coastal Heritage Trail, with an environmental center that houses a classroom for interpretive programs and a museum on the area's natural and historic features.
“Brick oven pizzas, amazing apps, local seafood specials and open daily year round. Can’t go wrong here!”
“A living history village where you can walk through and visit a “working” General Store, school house, blacksmith, bakery, printer, and more, to experience the first years of American Independence. Open in summer only, but you are free to walk the grounds off season as well. There is also a brewery on the property which serves light fare and is open most of the year.”
“The Famous Wildwood Boardwalk begins at our street, perfect starting place so you don't miss a thing! Make sure you pick up a discounted book of Tram Car tickets (they never expire) so you never have to drive to the boardwalk again! ”
“This is a picture-perfect, blink-and-you-might-miss it, hidden secret kind of spot! A cozy blue & yellow cottage houses a simple eatery offering seafood-centric farm-to-table fare. The decor is adorable and inviting, and the food is fresh and delicious. Local seafood, fresh sides and veggies from Beach Plum farm and wonderful desserts. Seafood, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options. Cash only and BYOB. ”
“Huge dining room and bar in North Wildwood. This is a family friendly restaurant but the atmosphere shifts to party-time after dinner! American style cuisine. Casual”