The Reeds at Shelter Haven

The Reeds at Shelter Haven is now open and welcoming all guests to experience Stone Harbor’s all new luxury boutique hotel resort. There are now 37 guestrooms and suites, bay front and indoor dining and there are also private spaces that are used for events.
Every Sunday you can bring your family to brunch on the deck starting at 10am until 2pm. Their menu consists of egg strata Italian... Read More


5 West Reverses Happy Hour

Since its recent grand opening, 5 West Pub of North Cape May has quickly become the preferred watering hole. Local and visiting crowds just can’t get enough of the pub’s relaxed atmosphere and deals on their daily wood fired specialty pizza. 5 West Pub’s menu offers much more than classic pub fare. In fact, diners can expect to experience both refined entrees and classic burgers alike. Enjoy... Read More

Activities, Shopping

Hoy's 5 & 10

Hoy’s 5&10 has been bringing fun in the sun for over 75 years. Make Hoy’s 5&10 your first stop for Summer Fun. Hoy’s has everything for that perfect day at the beach including sand chairs, beach umbrellas, suncare products, beach toys, sun dresses, t-shirts, bathing suits, sweat shirts, hats, and flip flops. Bring the kids to pick out their very own hermit crab with cage and supplies.... Read More

Activities, Nightlife

Morey's Piers Presents New Amusements

Morey’s Piers and Beachfront Waterparks, a classic seaside amusement park and the pride and joy of the Wildwoods Boardwalk, has been family owned and operated since its momentous opening in 1969. Bill and Will Morey Sr. began the amusement legacy when they purchased two lots of boardwalk in North Wildwood at 25th and 26th streets. They called this space Surfside Pier and opened the following... Read More


THIS WEEKEND: Frisbee, Comedy, & Fun Runs

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out some of the fun going on at the shore!
Coed Ultimate Beach Frisbee Tournament
When: Friday-Saturday, July 26th and 27th from 9 am - 5 pm
Where: On the beach from Poplar Ave. to Roberts Ave., Wildwood
This is the 20th annual tournament! It features a 4-on-4 team competition for players of all levels ages 18 and over.... Read More

Activities, Dining, Nightlife

Kids Fun Night at the Q

The Q-Fire Grille invites families and friends to join them on Wednesdays from 4-8 pm for the Q's weekly Kids Fun Night with a half priced kids' menu. The NJ Bird Man and his exotic bird show feature Cape May County's most talented parrot trio - Polly, Molly, and baby Ollie. These three dazzle crowds as they shoot some hoops (and never miss a basket), roller skate, ride a bike, and complete a... Read More


Giddy Up to CCT

The Country Club Tavern & Package Goods of Cape May Court House perfectly plays the role of neighborhood watering hole. Established in 1988, the tavern has undergone many changes throughout the past three decades, yet it has always maintained its casual, family-friendly saloon-style atmosphere. In its most recent renovation, CCT’s owners, the Buckingham and Casper families, decided to go... Read More


Do The Shore 8/2 - 8/8

There is always something going on at the shore. Fun activities throughout the Cape May County area and we make the job easy, providing you with choices! On August 3rd, check out the Wildwood Crest Antique, Classic and Hot Rod Car Show at the First United Methodist Church in Wildwood Crest. Enjoy the display of antique and customized hot rods. Refreshments are available to purchase.
Join... Read More


Kegs & Corks: Willow Creek Winery

For this week’s edition of our “Kegs & Corks” special feature, we stopped by the Willow Creek Farm & Winery of West Cape May to explore exactly why so many Cape May County visitors have been enchanted by its serene and scenic landscape and dazzled by its original wines. Farm director Kevin Celli invited us to hop on board Willow Creek’s cherry red eco-friendly electric tour cart for a... Read More


Drink of the Week 8/2-8/8

This week’s killer concoction comes to us from the historic Tuckahoe Inn. Tuckahoe, literally meaning “where the deer are shy and hard to approach”, was the name of the Lenni-Lenape Indian nation native to the land where the Tuckahoe Inn now stands. We took a seat at the Inn’s Back Bay Café where these native South Jersey people once roamed to enjoy breathtaking bayside views and this week’s... Read More