Cape May Point State Park, Cape May Point

(4.7/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visited in September of 2016. Didn't have enough time to go into the lighthouse for a tour but it was nice from the outside. They have a very small gift shop next to the lighthouse. Plenty of free par...  more »
  • Nice mix of things too do - history - hiking - lighthouse - nature center - or just sitting on beach. I like the WWII Gun Emplacements and associated history. 
  • There was a group from the Nature Conservancy at the pavilion overlooking the wetlands. Photographers were setting up to take shots of the magnificent birds in the area. We went on a walk on one of th...  more »
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  • Cape May State Park has something for everyone, as long as everyone is interested in nature, birds, beaches, or lighthouses. The park centers around the lighthouse, which is essentially the prototype for exactly what a lighthouse should look like. There is also access to the beach here and an old bunker on the shore. Further in is the trail which winds around several ponds and marshes where lots of birds can be found. There is even a platform for birdwatching and boy does it get popular. The trails are nice as well as they are boardwalk which make for easy stroller access. The park is a great way to experience the natural beauty of Cape May and the shore.
  • Great place for a day out. A lot of fresh air. Great beach for tanning. Trails for all. Visit the light house. The views are breath taking. And great sea food board walk is about 15 minutes away (ask the locals for the name). Don't go for the ship wreck (you can't really see much of it).
  • This is my first time here. The staff at the nature center are very knowledgeable, and put on a good Pond show for the attendees. Plenty of parking.
  • Anazing views, calm environment. A yearly trip for the family
  • Great place to walk along the beach and see some fun sights