There are so many choices for the entire family in the Wildwoods! The Wildwoods resort community in America offers the array of attractions, Wildwood shopping venues, Wildwood restaurants, historic sites and outdoor fun. Day or night, on our expansive free Wildwoods beach, the electrifying Wildwoods Boardwalk, the neon-lit boulevards or surrounding area, there’s always something to see and do in the Wildwoods.  Voted one of’s 50 Authentic American Experiences , it’s no wonder that so many families return to the Wildwoods and create lifelong memories year after year. Read more

Cape May Point

View Vacation Rentals in Cape May Point Situated at the southern-most tip of the Jersey Cape, Cape May Point is well known for its many natural attractions, serene beaches and historic sites. During spring and fall migration, this small Borough is home to more birds than residents. Seagrove Founded in 1875, Cape May Point was originally called Stites Beach and then Seagrove. Visitors are drawn to this peaceful resort for many of the same reasons that attracted the founding fathers over a century ago.    Attractions The following attractions are in the Cape May Point area: Cape May Bird Observatory Cape May Lighthouse Higbee Wildlife Management Area... Read more

West Cape May

View Vacation Rentals in West Cape May The rural, residential community of West Cape May lends itself to a modern Victorian charm. Several uniquely restored bed and breakfast's, restaurants and boutiques attract visitors year round to this sleepy hamlet. Still a productive farming region, many farm markets can be found throughout the community. Wilbraham Park hosts various events throughout the year and is home to the famous "Lima Bean Festival," held every October. West Cape May is a Walsh Act borough in Cape May County, New Jersey, United States. It is part of the Ocean City Metropolitan Statistical Area. West Cape May was incorporated as a ... Read more

Cape May

View Vacation Rentals in Cape May Cape May, the Queen of the Seaside Resorts, distinguishes herself in many ways. We have the pristine beaches, promenade, and all the amenities that make any seashore town lovely, but we also have a rich history and an architectural diversity equal to none. In fact, in 1976 the entire city of Cape May was declared a National Historic Landmark. Possessing one of the country's largest collections of 19th century framed buildings, Cape May is New Jersey's jewel in the crown. But it's not all about the history; we live on an island which three municipalities share - Cape May, Cape May Point and West Cape May. You can leave you car in th... Read more

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