- 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.
Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center Philadelphia MoreLess Info
Boats ride up alongside playful dolphins and graceful whales for up-close viewing, and a guide points out marine life and historical sites
Up close and personal tours of the Jersey Shore are provided by Thundercat Dolphin Watch. The company works to combine high speed boating thrills with a dolphin wildlife cruise that seeks out Atlantic bottlenosed dolphins.
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1218 Wilson Drive, Cape May, NJ 08204 MoreLess Info
Since 1993, Cape May Whale Watcher has been offering short cruises. Now using the Spirit of Cape May, a 110-foot boat, cruises often take passengers in search of Humpback and Finback Whales, dolphins, sea turtles, while others glide past lighthouses, and others are dinner cruises.
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1121 Route 109, Cape May, NJ 08204 MoreLess Info
The Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center offers oceanic cruises where guests can view whales, dolphins, and pelagic birds. All tours are guided by a naturalist, and there is a marine lab at the landing site that can be toured.
With amenities like a heated pool and gated dog park, Holly Shores Camping Resort offers visitors 300 camp sites for RVs. The resort also provides kayak rentals that visitors can take out at the beach or the nearby freshwater lake.
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500 Forrestal Road, Cape May, NJ 08242 MoreLess Info
During World War II Hanger #1 was an active dive-bomber squadron training facility. Today, Hanger #1 is part of the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum and visitors can tour the facility to learn about aviation history.
Visitors are welcome to both the store and farm of Jersey Shore Alpacas throughout the year between 10am and 4pm on Saturdays. Children can feed some of the alpacas and the on site store features alpaca clothing, yarn, and gifts.
With kayak and stand up paddle board rentals, Aqua Trails-Kayak Tours & Sales offers guided tours of the surrounding harbor. The company also offers kayaking workshops that teach visitors how to use the equipment and practice basic safety guidelines.