- TripBuzz found 143 things to do with kids in or near Cape May, New Jersey, including 117 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rehoboth Beach, Wildwood, Lewes and Sea Isle City.
- From Thundercat Dolphin Watch to Cape May Whale Watcher, the Cape May area offers 79 different types of family activities, including: Kayaking, Beaches, Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Cape May is located where the Atlantic Ocean meets Delaware Bay at the southern most tip of the Cape May Peninsula. It is a small city that is considered to be one of the oldest vacation resort destinations in the United States. This long history is preserved through many historic Victorian buildings along with the sprawling seashore beaches.
Seaport Aquarium is located right on the famous Jersey Boardwalk in Wildwood. Treat your family with a visit to pet the sharks, laugh at the playful monkeys, and spend time viewing the crocs and marine life on display.
Located on the beach behind Surfside Pier, the Ocean Oasis Waterpark allows for waterpark activities close to the actual beach. Water attractions include a children's area, speed slides, tube slides, lazy riverr, and an adult-only relaxation pool.
For a unique attraction on the boardwalk, visit Palace of Sweets Adventure Maze and challenge yourself to a mirror maze like no other. The intricate placement of the mirrors provides visitors with the illusion of an easy escape until they try and find a way out.
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2200 Delaware Avenue, North Wildwood, NJ 8260 MoreLess Info
With activities for everyone, Albert I. Allen Memorial Park is a great place to spend the day. Along with an array of playground equipment, the park includes basketball and tennis courts, and both a skateboarding area and roller hockey rink.
Within the Montego Bar Resort is the relatively small but popular Montego Bay Waterpark. There is an indoor pool, jacuzzi, children's play area, water slide, and tiki bar that features three flat panel televisions.
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205 State Highway 47 North S, Cape May Court House, NJ 8210 MoreLess Info
King Nummy Trail Camp Ground is a family-friendly camp site that offers day trip amenities as well. The camp ground features a public swimming pool, children's play area, hiking trails, picnic areas, camp sites and cabin rentals.
Serving as a nature center, The Wetlands Institute is dedicated to preserve the animal life of the marine wetlands and put them on display to teach the public about the inhabitants. The center also has activities for visitors to enjoy the wetland environment like kayaking, dune walking, and trail tours.
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261 96th St Suite 118, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247 MoreLess Info
A full service pottery painting studio, Island Studio Paint Your Own Pottery glazes and fires pottery pieces that patrons paint at the studio. Additional activities include mosaics and construction of glass items like necklaces, tiles and bowls.