Check out these great upcoming events on the Ferry Calendar!
Special Events at the Cape May Ferry
THE MORE THE FERRIER – Special March Flat Rate Fare Promotion
CRAFT BEER PAIRING DINNERS – First Fridays of the month in Cape May — Last Beer Dinner of the season on 4/1 with Pinelands Brewing Company
LUCKY 7 WINTER WEDNESDAY GAMBLING IN AC — Next trip 3/9. Perfect for all who didn’t win Powerball!
New!LUCKY 7 SATURDAY AC TOURS! 3/26
GIFT CERTIFICATES — Need a quick gift? Get a Ferry Gift Certificate. Good all year long. Perfect for birthdays and other special occasions.
Photo ID required for driver and foot passengers 18 and over.
Park your car for free in our secure lot, walk aboard the ferry and sail as a foot passenger and then take one of the frequent shuttle buses (mid-June through September) to your shopping destinations or other points of interest.
It’s so easy-just park in our free, well-lit and security patrolled lots. Then purchase a round-trip foot passenger/shuttle service combo ticket, and we’ll transport you to many of the places you want to be.
If you plan to leave your vehicle overnight in our parking lots, you must register your tag number with the Information Center in Lewes or Cape May. Photo identification is required for all foot passengers ages 14 and above.
The Cape May – Lewes Ferry encourages bicyclists to use the ferry service to take a break and cross Delaware Bay for fun and recreational purposes. The fare for bicycles and riders is $10.00 one-way or $18.00 round trip, the same as a foot passenger. The ferry service does not charge a separate fee for bicycles.
After bicyclists leave the ferry terminal in Lewes, they are greeted by a state that prides itself on being bicycle friendly. In fact, the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) has selected Delaware as the ninth most bicycle friendly state in the nation.
One reason for Delaware’s high ranking is a trail in Lewes called The Junction and Breakwater Trail. This 6-mile-long trail, which is a former rail line connecting Lewes and Rehoboth Beach, is located on the southwestern side of Cape Henlopen State Park. The trail includes two bridges that offer gorgeous views of the coastal wetlands of the Cape Region. The trail consists of finely crushed stone with an average width of 12 feet and is used by tourists and locals alike who want a scenic ride.