Do The Shore this Father’s Day
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21, so get out of the house and celebrate Father’s Day at the shore! Now that businesses are able to open for retail and outdoor dining, Cape May County is the perfect place to have fun, social distance, and celebrate Dad. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Spend the Day at the Beach
Pack your beach bags, grab your sunscreen, and make your way down to the beach to have some fun in the sun! Spread out to maintain social distancing guidelines and enjoy a day with your family with the sand, sun, and waves. Make sure you don’t forget your beach tags!
Go for a Family Bike Ride
Cape May County has countless incredible, scenic places to ride your bikes. Choose to bike by the Victorian houses in Cape May or head to the Wildwood Boardwalk, where you can ride your bike until 1 p.m.! No matter where you choose to bike, you’ll have a ton of fun as a family exploring Cape May County.
Take Advantage of Outdoor Dining
After months at home, restaurants are finally able to open for outdoor dining! Make reservations or walk-in to dad’s favorite restaurant to enjoy a meal out with the rest of your family! Restaurants are following strict guidelines to make sure everyone is dining out safely, but if you feel more comfortable at home, takeout is always available.
Plan a Golf or Tennis Outing
Dust off your gold clubs and tennis rackets for a Father’s Day outing! Golf and tennis are the perfect sports to play when you’re still social distancing! Plan a morning or afternoon on the courts or the green to exercise and spend some time together as a family.