New Jersey's Southern Shore
Enjoy miles of beaches, world-class eco-attractions and wineries in one vacation destination. Tour a National Historic Landmark City or delight in iconic Boardwalks, the centers of excitement and activity. Experience fishing, kayaking, birding, boating, and biking. It’s all here! New Jersey’s Southern Shore.
No vacationer to New Jersey’s Southern Shore leaves without getting some sand in their shoes with miles of beachfront on the Atlantic Ocean in Cape May County and more shoreline along the Delaware Bay in Cumberland County.
Nestled at the southern tip of New Jersey, the region naturally lends itself to watersports, boating and fishing. Seafood is king here with 40 different species of fish routinely caught on commercial and recreational fishing vessels.
Next to the area’s beaches and maritime atmosphere, among iconic attractions are miles of Boardwalks, the centers of excitement and activity.
History isn't boring here! Walk historic streets lined with Victorian homes in the National Historic Landmark City of Cape May. See original glassworks made by renown artists at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center and visit the Glasstown Arts District, an eclectic mix of art galleries, unique shops, and upscale restaurants.
Enjoy world-class eco-attractions. Believed to be one of the most desirable places in the world for bird watching, local centers managed by the NJ Audubon are ready for novice and professional birders.
Don’t forget to check out the award-winning wineries, breweries and distilleries for tours and tastings.
New Jersey’s Southern Shore, a tank of gas away from many East Coast cities.