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IN THE MIDDLE OF IT ALL
Known as the home to the Cape May County Park & Zoo which offers free year round admission and is home to some 550 animal inhabitants and acres of beautiful grounds is a must see. This centermost inland area of the Jersey Cape offers a diverse array of golf courses and a concentration of the area's best wineries and breweries. Middle Townships' attractions and recreational opportunities combine with award winning restaurants and outstanding cultural events to make it a must visit for Jersey Cape vacationers.
HOME OF THE BEST SUNSETS
Spectacular sunsets, that can be viewed from its long strand of Delaware Bay beaches, combine with a host of unique restaurants, entertainment and attractions to give Lower Township a reputation as a must see place for visitors.. Locally, the Cape May - Lewes Ferry is known for much more than bay crossing transportation with a unique shopping, dining and special event festivals it’s a must do at the Cape. The township is rich in history dating its whaler origins back to the 1600s and now visitors can step back in time at Historic Cold Spring Village to experience what life was like for the earliest settlers.
COME TAKE A CLOSER LOOK
Discover this off the path community where events and attractions like the October Car Show and the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage entertain all ages. Bike paths and bowling add to your visit and the Woodbine Custard Ranch offers the best home cooked comfort foods found at the Cape.
This northernmost portion of the Jersey Cape is unspoiled and a nature lover's paradise with ample bird watching, kayaking and fishing areas most notably in the Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area. Hiking and camping abound especially at Belleplain State Forest a prime location for nature based activity. Enjoy resort camping surrounded by nature at Whippoorwill or Tamerlane Campgrounds. Enjoy a variety of casual and fine dining with indoor and outdoor seating and amazing views of the wetlands throughout the township.
WHERE HISTORY COMES ALIVE
Like many of the Cape's inland areas Dennis Township remains largely rural and is perfect for birding, biking and hiking. Full service camping resorts await your visit where the combination of nature and camping comforts blend together for a unique vacation experience. Along the Route 9 corridor of this rural community exists the unique shops of Woodland Village and a group of one-of-a-kind stores.