NJ Southern Shore

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Cape May County
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Cumberland County
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Supported in part by a grant from the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel & Tourism.

Welcome to NJ's Southern Shore’s online home, where your journey begins and vacations are truly memorable. Cape May and Cumberland counties offer a wealth of diversity, suitable for almost every interest. Whether you are looking to simply unwind on our pristine beaches, dine at one of our renowned restaurants, experience our world-class golf resorts, or attend one of our many events or festivals, you are sure to find something to make your vacation one that memories are made from. Discover remarkable natural beauty and world-class eco-tourism, but also a rich and thriving cultural and artistic arts community. Stay at an exquisite boutique hotel, funky retro-styled motel, or even a romantic bed and breakfast. Or stay closer to nature and stay in one of our amenity-filled camping resorts.

Here you will find information to help you plan your trip, and places to go for additional information if you need it. Our mission is to work in tandem with our
members and our partners, including the NJ Division of Travel and Tourism, and other tourism entities and chambers of commerce. All of us want to make your visit a memorable one.
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Explore the Jersey Cape Wine Trail! the Jersey Cape has earned bragging rights for some of the best wines this side of Napa Valley – and most of these great vintages are made from grapes grown right here in Cape May county. Always recognized as the Garden State for great fruits and vegetables, parts of the state, especially the southern peninsula, have emerged in the past decade as the perfect place to grow grapes Sandy soil and breezes from the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean provide the environment that many European grapes need to thrive. Savor the wines and enjoy the ambiance of each distinct winery – while acting and drinking responsibly, of course – as you follow the Wine Trail with information on each winery and detailed directions that can be printed out to get from one winery to the next. View the Wine Trail Map
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Glasstown Arts District Third Fridays Every 3rd Friday galleries, the shops & restaurants are open till 9pm or later. New exhibitions, live music, unique shopping and great food! Experience a southern New Jersey town steeped in the history of American glass making while strolling through its downtown Arts District. Excellent selection of restaurants, cafes and pubs for breakfast, lunch and dinner! From May through October there are Maurice River Cruises on Friday and Saturday that will explore the habitat of Bald Eagles, Osprey and more! Visit their website for more info 
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