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On the southern end of the New Jersey Shore, historic Cape May is a picturesque seaside town known for its Victorian architecture, stunning beaches, and historic lighthouse. The historic district offers charming streets with restaurants and boutiques and Sunset Beach offers vast ocean views. Residents enjoy a tranquil lifestyle and sights like the Washington Street Mall and Emlen Physick Estate. From Cape May Point State Park to cultural events like the Cape May Jazz Festival, this city blends coastal charm with a rich cultural tapestry.
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Cape May Crossing
Cape May, New Jersey
Located in the oldest seaside resort town in America, New Jersey's finest active 55+ community boasts a beautiful natural setting. Enjoy living in a peaceful neighborhood with friendly neighbors and access to beaches, shopping, and dining.View Community about Cape May Crossing
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Cape May?
You’ll never run out of things to explore in this resort town. The top things to do in Cape May are:
- Cape May Lighthouse
- Jersey Shore Alpacas
- Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum
- South Cape May Meadows
- Cape May Beach
- What are the best places to eat in Cape May?
Eat like you’re on vacation every day when you live in Cape May. From lobster and crab cakes to farm-fresh organic fare and sushi, there’s something for everyone. No trip into town is complete without grabbing an ice cream sandwich from Peace Pie off Beach Avenue. To get away from the hustle and bustle for a little while, head to one of the area's local wineries.
- What is Cape May best known for?
Famous for its boardwalks and beaches, Cape May is a beach-lover's dream. You can enjoy strolling the two-mile Cape May Promenade during clear weather. Or explore hands-on exhibits at local museums on the occasional rainy day. Swim in the cool waters of the Atlantic or explore the Cape May Lighthouse with friends. When you live in this resort town, you’ll feel like you’re on vacation all year.
- How is the weather in Cape May?
Enjoy Cape May’s humid subtropical climate with cool winters, humid summers, and just the right amount of rainfall over the year. You’ll even get a taste of snow when you live in Cape May—but not too much! Enjoy this haven for gardening, culture, and outdoor fun no matter the time of year.
- Does Cape May have public transportation?
Cape May County offers fare-free transportation to residents in Cape May County. The county prioritizes providing transportation services to residents with a low income, veterans, senior citizens, and residents with disabilities.