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The Jersey Cape has hosted generations of family vacations where each has come to adore their favorite towns that have kept them coming back year after year. Loyal visitors have described a certain unforgettable feeling upon arriving here so we invite you to visit and get to know this feeling and start your own tradition.
Cape May County is filled with Winter Fun!
There's certainly a nip in the air and occasionally a little snow on the ground - but still plenty of things to do at the Jersey Cape, so grab your mittens, bundle up and forget about hibernating this winter!
If you're the hearty type, how about heading to Sea Isle City for the 24th Annual Polar Bear Weekend Feb. 16th to 18th, that includes the crowning of the Polar Bear Royal Family, plunge costume contest and post-plunge party with music and a chance to see your summer friends.
Want to play inside? Really, we don't blame you. Certain resorts at the Jersey Cape offer indoor pools and atmospheres that can break any bout of cabin fever. So book a stay at Watson's Regency Suites in Ocean City, the Montego Bay Resort in North Wildwood, or the fabulous Reeds Resort in Stone Harbor for a cozy getaway with plenty to do.
By mid-February love is definitely in the air. Plan now for a romantic interlude at one of Cape May's quaint bed and breakfast inns or luxury hotels to enjoy the Wine & Chocolate Wine Trail weekend Feb. 10th & 11th for a taste of Jersey Cape wines and confections. Then visit the Crafts and Collectibles Show at Cape May Convention Hall Feb. 17th and 18th for a chance to browse high quality crafts and collectibles from throughout the northeast.
And if you really want to think summer, book your accommodations and buy your beach tags now. Most resorts offer early booking incentives and beach tags are discounted through the spring!