13 Ways To Do The Shore

Are you spending time down the shore but not sure how to fill your free time? Here a few things you can do in Cape May County to have fun and get out of the house:

Shop Local Businesses
While some businesses are still open for curbside pickup, many businesses opened for indoor shopping on June 15! Whether you are shopping in-store or still quarantining, support... Read More


Do The Shore: June 24 to June 30

Here are some fun ways to Do The Shore this week!

Thursday Night Free Concert– Roundhouse Band
Thursday, June 25 at 7:30 p.m.
Byrne Plaza, Oak and Pacific Avenues, Wildwood

Enjoy free music in the Plaza every Thursday night this summer! Stop by one of the many restaurants on your way to the Plaza, bring your blankets and beach chairs and enjoy a great... Read More


Cold Spring Village Hosts a Virtual Quilt & Fiber Arts Show June 27-28

Historic Cold Spring Village is featuring virtual fiber art at the 30th annual Quilt and Fiber Show on

Saturday, June 27 and Sunday, June 28 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is sponsored by Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty and the CAMACO Quilt Guild. This innovative approach to the quilt show is sparked by the current restrictions and the Village’s concern for participants,... Read More


Drink of the Week: Not Your Grandma’s Grasshopper

This week’s featured cocktail is a twist on a classic and serves as both a drink and a dessert! The drink of the week is the Not Your Grandma’s Grasshopper from Duffinetti’s Restaurant and Lounge in Wildwood.

Bartender John started the drink by prepping the glass, adding a chocolate spiral to a classic martini glass. He then added crème de menthe, crème... Read More


Colonial House Closed for 2020 Season

The Greater Cape May Historical Society will not open the Colonial House for the 2020 season. The decision to stay closed was a difficult choice for the Society formed in 1974. President Harry Bellangy cited the health and safety of the volunteers and visitors to the Colonial House is of great importance. “The Colonial House”, Bellangy said, ”has not been closed for the season that he could... Read More

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The First Do The Shore Magazine is Out Today

Do The Shore Magazine is out now! Find the magazine around Cape May County or read the e-edition HERE.

Here's what's you'll find inside...

  • Tasty Takeout: Fish House Market & Eatery
  • Island Hopping
  • Spotlight On: Cape May Tennis Center
  • Do The... Read More

Douglass Fudge: A Jersey Shore Tradition

Douglass Fudge & Candies has been proudly serving the Jersey Shore with high-quality products for over 100 years and is still owned/operated by the Douglass Family through four generations. Douglass Fudge serves only the best fudge, saltwater taffy, and candies to customers on the Wildwood Boardwalk and in the heart of Stone Harbor. Their famous candy making is a staple to locals and... Read More


Tasty Takeout: Fish House Market & Eatery

Planning to order takeout? Enjoy delicious seafood to-go from Fish House Market & Eatery in Wildwood Crest!  This week’s featured restaurant offers delicious takeout, local seafood you can prepare yourself, and more!

This Week’s Featured Menu Items (clockwise from the top)

Fried Combo Trio – Fried filet of flounder, sea... Read More


Play Tennis and Social Distance at the Cape May Tennis Center

Over the past few months, our world has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the pandemic is still on everyone’s minds, local businesses in Cape May County have started to re-open as community members find their new normal as the pandemic continues. With safety as their top priority, the Cape May Tennis Center is ready to welcome players back to the courts for safe, social... Read More


Restored Monomoy Life Saving Boat Gets New Life at Cape May Lighthouse

Visitors to the Cape May Lighthouse in Cape May Point State Park can now see a Monomoy life-saving boat on display. The boat is a restoration project of the Cape May Maritime and Educational Center and is on long term display in association with Cape May MAC (Museums+Arts+Culture).

“Thanks to everyone involved in making this happen,” said Center President Edward Melega. “I feel it is a... Read More