Calling All Beer Lovers! The Wildwoods Host Fourth Annual Beer Fest June 9

THE WILDWOODS – As crowds of vacationers begin to pour into the Jersey shore, scores of craft breweries will be pouring their latest libations at the fourth annual Wildwood Beer Fest on Saturday, June 9.
Located in Fox Park, on Ocean Ave between E. Burk and E. Montgomery Avenues in Wildwood, this fun festival will be equally exciting for brew aficionados and novice beer lovers alike.... Read More

Crest to Host Summer Kickoff Concert with The Chatterband

WILDWOOD CREST – The long-anticipated start of the summer season at the Jersey Shore will once again be celebrated with the first of 24 free outdoor concerts hosted by the Borough of Wildwood Crest.
The Chatterberband will perform Sunday, May 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Borough of Wildwood Crest’s annual Summer Kickoff Concert at Centennial Park, located at Fern Road and Ocean Avenue.
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2018 Beach Tag Information

Cape May County is home to some of New Jersey’s most renowned and historic beaches. Though they all share the beautiful Atlantic Coastline, each municipality’s beach is unique and memorable in its own way. So play in the sand, take a nap, go for a refreshing dip or soak up the sunshine on any and all of our Jersey Cape’s beautiful beaches!

Here’s all you need to know about each... Read More

Business Persons to Plunge on May 25 in Ocean City

In a long-standing Ocean City tradition, city officials will turn a ceremonial key to officially “unlock the ocean” for the season at noon Friday, May 25. That will clear the way for a newer tradition: The march of fully clothed business persons into the chilly Atlantic Ocean for the first swim of the summer (to the strains of the Ocean City High School marching band playing “Pomp and... Read More


World War II Lookout Tower

Fire Control Tower No. 23 is New Jersey’s last remaining restorable World War II tower, part of the immense Harbor Defense of the Delaware system known as Fort Miles, playing a major part in coastal defenses.  Built in 1942, the tower was one of 15 towers that helped aim batteries of coastal artillery, stretching from North Wildwood, N.J. to Bethany Beach, DE. Four were in Cape May County, N.J... Read More

Cape May Lighthouse

The present tower, which is the third documented lighthouse at the southern tip of New Jersey, has been an aid-to-navigation for mariners and attraction for visitors  since it was built in 1859. More than 2.5 million visitors have climbed the lighthouse since it opened  to the public in 1988.

For those who choose not to climb, the Oil House on the grounds contains a fully accessible... Read More

Strathmere Beaches

Nestled between Sea Isle City and Ocean City is the small community of Strathmere, approximately one and a half miles of quiet, clean, free beaches. Owned by Upper Township, this local spot is known as a hidden gem.

No Beach Tag Fees – Strathmere’s Beaches are FREE!

Lifeguards on Duty

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.... Read More

Ocean City Beaches

In Ocean City, the fine white sand, shimmering water and brilliant sunshine take center stage. Ocean City offers eight miles of pristine sandy beaches, ample space for sandcastles and beach games, and plenty of coastline to enjoy swimming in the waves.

2018 Beach Tag Fees

  • Seasonal - $20 through May 31; $25 starting June 1
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The Wildwoods Beaches

Relax and unwind on five miles of free beaches in The Wildwoods! The Wildwoods are comprised of three unique towns – North Wildwood, Wildwood and Wildwood Crest – with each beach offering its own adventure!

No Beach Tag Fees – Wildwoods’ Beaches are FREE!

Lifeguards on Duty

10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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Stone Harbor Beaches

Stone Harbor’s stunning beaches offer the perfect summertime retreat. Stone Harbor shares the island with Avalon to the north, offering a total of seven miles of white sand touched by the Atlantic Ocean. Unlimited opportunities for all types of water sports await you at Stone Harbor’s beaches.

2018 Beach Tag Fees