The Jersey Shore in Cape May During June…a Shore Thing for Fun on the Beaches and on the Water with exciting Water Sports and Whale & Dolphin Watching.
Take a Ride on the new Jet Boat “Get Some from East Coast Parasail. Spend a day at the beach during the month of June, or goDolphin and Whale Watching. Visit a localCape May winery or check out the lighthouse and sunken ship at Cape May State Park. Cape May offers beach lovers Victorian architecture, fine dining, bird watching, boating and fishing in addition toworld class resort and vacation accommodations
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Fourth of July Events in Cape May NJ
Cape May Fireworks aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher ,Plan Your Cape May July 4th and July 3rf Fireworks excursion with the Cape May Whale Watcher, departing from the Miss Chris Marina on both nights. Fireworks Cruise for Two Days in Cape May NJ, enjoy the best view from the Ocean overlooking Congress Hall on one day or overlooking the Delaware Bay . View the Fireworks in Cape May During July 3rd or July 4th with a unique perspective.
Fireworks displays that can be enjoyed from either land or sea (or bay, or shore). Join the Stewart Family and the Crews of the Cape May Whale Watcher and Spirit of Cape May as we celebrate our great nation’s Independence Day. Come join us on the evening of the 3rd or the 4th of July for our Fireworks Cruise. Boarding on our Cape May Whale Watcher will be leaving the dock at 7:00PM. There is no better way to see the spectacle of lights! Come out on the water and avoid sitting on the crowded Cape May beaches. Everyone gets an incredible view from our boat on the Ocean Side. Get Tickets now for Cape May Fireworks by clicking here.
- On July 4th we will view the Cape May Fireworks, Oceanside in front of Congress Hall Cape May.
- On July 3rd we will view the See one of the best Fireworks displays in NJ on the calm waters of Delaware Bay.