Beachcomber Camping Resort

462 Seashore Road
Cape May, NJ 08204

Information & Reservations
609-886-6035 ext 4 or 1-800-233-0150
beachcomberoffice@yahoo.com

Places to Go

NORTH WILDWOOD, WILDWOOD & WILDWOOD CREST

Turn left out of Beachcomber entrance.  At the traffic light, turn right onto Rt. 47. Continue through Rio
Grande & the marshes.  Once you cross the bridge, you will be in Wildwood.  If you turn right at the
5th light, you will head towards Wildwood Crest.  If you turn left at the 4th light you will head towards
both North & West Wildwood.
Beaches- Nothing beats a day of sand & sun with the family! (Free). Once in Wildwood, continue straight to
the "Wildwood" sign.
Wildwood Boardwalk- It's 2 miles of fun for
everyone, from early morning through the late night. 
Try the world famous "Curley's Fries" at Morey's &
Mariner's Piers. 609-729-3700 Follow directions to the beach.  Behind the "Wildwood" sign begins "Two
miles of Smiles".  Locate parking ($) & you are on
your way! (609) 729-0586

Island Bowl- Rainy day got you down?  Go bowling! 
Follow directions to Wildwood. At 4th light, turn left.
Alley will be on your right next to 7-11 (Approx 1 mile) (609)-729-0111

National Marbles Hall of Fame- Brush up on your
marble history.  They are located in the George F.
Boyer Historical Museum.  Follow directions to
Wildwood.  At the 5th light turn left. Located on your
right between Spencer & Spicer Avenues. (Less than
1 mile.) (609) 523- 0277
Hereford Inlet Lighthouse- This 19th century
beacon of safety has been restored & converted into a nautical Museum. Check out the many events at the
base of the Lighthouse, located in North Wildwood.
Follow the directions into Wildwood. Make a left at the 3rd light. Follow road until you see McDonald's on
your right. Turn right onto Chestnut Ave & follow to
end of road (609) 522-4520
Night Life- Go wild in Wildwood! Catch the great
local & imported bands or dance the night away to the hottest house music.  Wildwood is the place to be all
night. Follow directions to Wildwood. Turn left at the
4th light, Pacific Ave. Continue to Downtown
Wildwood, where you will see many venues. You
must be 21 to enter. Be safe. Please don't drink &
drive.
Dining- Duffer's Restaurant, Homemade Ice cream,
Miniature Golf, Arcade.  Follow directions to
Wildwood. At the 5th light, turn right. Duffer's will be 4
blocks down, on your right. (609) 729-1817
Tennis- There are two great spots to pick up a game
of tennis in the Wildwoods. Follow directions into
Wildwood. At the 6th light turn left. 4 blocks down on
your right you will see Fox Park & Tennis courts. At
the 7th light turn right. About 3/4 of a mile on your
right hand side, you will see the Wildwood Crest
Tennis Courts.
Bicycle Rentals- See the sites without having to
battle the summertime traffic. Many rental sites along
the street side of the boardwalk. Follow directions to
the boardwalk. Zippy's Bike Rentals 609-408-8956.
Green's Bike Rentals 609-522-7786
Boating, Fishing, Crabbing, & Water Sports-
Boating-
Enjoy dolphin & whale watching, sightseeing, or the fall of a beautiful sunset. Most boats depart
from docks right over the bridge. Just over the the
Wildwood bridge after the Boathouse Restaurant &
Uries. Boats will be located on the right.
Fishing- Dozens of deep sea & charter boats are
departing daily. Half day, full day, & night trips
available. Fish on the surf jetties & catch flounder,
weakfish & blues.  Just over the bridge after the
Boathouse Restaurant & Uries. Boats will be located
on the right. For directions to other great fishing
spots, ask in the Beachcomber Store.
Crabbing- Bring your line & sinker to enjoy crabbing
for our delicious crabs. You can crab along the side of Rt. 47, going into Wildwood. Between the Parkway
overpass & the Wildwood bridge, you can pull to the
side of the road & set your traps!
Boat Rentals- Pier 47- Follow directions to Wildwood.
Pier 47 will be located on your right after you pass
through Rio Grande. (609) 729-4774. Dads Place turn
left out of Beachcomber entrance. Turn right at the
light, than turn left at the next light onto Rt. 9.
Continue on Rt. 9 to the 4th traffic light. Turn right
towards North Wildwood. Go over the first bridge &
take the jug handle to Ocean drive towards Stone
Harbor. Dad's Place will be located on your right just
before the toll bridge. (609) 729-5438
Boat Launching- See a list of Marina's located in the
camp store.
Water Sports- Water sports of all kinds are located
along Sunset Lake. Follow directions to Wildwood. At
the 3rd light, turn right. Follow this road until you see
Sunset Lake.

PARKWAY DESTINATIONS

Turn left at the Beachcomber entrance. Turn right at the next light onto Rt. 47. Continue throught the next 2
lights to the Parkway Entrance. Take the entrance on the right after the overpass to head north.
Portions are Toll.
Wetlands Institute- Nature trails, scheduled lectures,
activities, & exhibits provide for an understanding of the
coastal & wetland ecosystem. ($) Take the parkway to
the 2nd light. Turn right onto Stone Harbor Blvd.
Institute will be located 3 miles on the right.
(609)368-1211
Cape May County Park & Zoo- Visit our growing Free
Zoo or swing in the playgrounds at this 120 acre park &
recreation grounds. Special programs & concerts are
sponsored by the park throughout the summer. See our
ever growing baby population! I wonder how big the baby
snow leopards are this year! * Donations requested.
Take the Parkway to the 3rd light. Turn left & continue
straight to the entrance. (609)465-5271
Cape May Historical & Genealogical Museum- Tour
through the John Holmes House to find architecture &
other treasures that have been around for over a century!
Take the Parkway to the 3rd light. Turn left & left at the
next light. It will be less than a mile on your left.
Leaming's Run- See the over 30 acres of flowers, ferns,
lawns, & ponds. There are 26 individually designed,
themed botanical gardens including a recreated colonial
farm from 1695 complete with animals, cotton, tobacco
plants, & an herb garden. Take the Parkway to the 3rd
light. Turn left off the Parkway & right at the next light
onto Rt. 9. Leaming's Run will be located less than 4
miles on your left. (609)465-5871
Shore Mall- Take the Parkway to exit 36. Turn left at the light & left at the 2nd light onto Rt. 322. The mall will be on your left less that 1 mile down. ($)
Hamilton Mall- Follow the directions to the Shore Mall, but continue straight on 322 past the Shore Mall for approx. 10 miles. Hamilton Mall will be on your right. ($)
Atlantic City Boardwalk & Casinos- Beachcomber
is only 40 minutes from Atlantic City's famous
casinos, shows, restuarants, one arm bandits, & all
the glamour that only our casinos have. Take the
Parkway to exit 38. Follow the Atlantic City
Expressway into the city. ($)
Ripley's Believe it or Not- Atlantic City- See odd
artifacts from across the globe so unique you really
have to see them to believe them! Follow the Atlantic
City expressway into the city. Turn left on Pacific Ave than right on St. James Place. Stay straight until you
reach the boardwalk. ($) (609)347-2001
Atlantic City Race Course- Celebrating 70 seasons
of racing. Enjoy the excitement of horse racing at its
finest. Follow directions to the Hamilton Mall, but do
not turn into the mall. Follow the signs to the Race
Course. ($) (609) 641-2190
Historic Gardner's Basin & Ocean Life Center- Atlantic City North- Follow directions into Atlantic Ave.
At the end of Atlantic, turn left onto New Hampshire.
Ocean Life Center entrance is located at the end of the
street. ($) (609 ) 348-2880

Cape May

Rt #1 WEST CAPE MAY BRIDGE - Turn right out of the Beachcomber entrance. Follow Seashore Rd over the bridge into
West Cape May (approx 4 miles). Continue south to the traffic light at Sunset Blvd (Godmother's on the corner). Turn left at
the light to procedd into the Washington St Mall area, turn right onto Sunset Blvd to go to Sunset Beach, or continue
straight to go to the promenade & beaches.
Rt #2 CAPE MAY BRIDGE - Turn right out of the Beachcomber Entrance. Take a left at the first light. Go over the RR tracks & turn right onto Rt 9 south. Follow Rt 9 straight to Rt 109 will take you over the Cape May Bridge.
(A) After the second bridge, turn left after the road becomes one-way. Turn left at the stop sign, bear left to exit Cape May
or bear right to get to the Coast Guard Base. Turn right at the stop sign on Washington St you will pass the Physic Estate
& end up on the west end of the Washington Street Mall.
(B) After the second bridge, continue straight just after the road becomes one-way. You will be on Lafayette St & on your
way into the center of Cape May.

Cape May Point Lighthouse- Built in 1859 & newly
restored. It's light flashes every 30 seconds & can be seen
for 19 miles. If you can't climb the 199 steps, you can visit
the maritime museum shop downstairs & learn about life as
a lighthouse keeper in the 1920's. To get here, follow CM Rt #1. Turn right onto Sunset Blvd. Follow the signs & make a
left onto Lighthouse Ave. (609) 884-5404

SHOPPING
Fish Markets- Lobster House- Cape May Rt # 2.  At the
bottom of the first bridge, Lobster House will be on your left. (609)884-8296 Axelsson & Johnson- Follow directions to
Cape May Rt # 2 except, before you go over the Cape May
Bridge, make a left to go towards Wildwood Crest. This will
put you on Ocean Drive. Axelsson & Johnson's will be on
you left just before the toll bridge. (609)884-5878
Cape May Point State Park- The 300 acre State Park
consists of nature and hiking trails guided with nature tours
in the summer. The museum is open in the summer. Follow directions to the Cape May Point Lighthouse. You will park
in the same parking lot for both attractions. (609) 884-2159
Fisherman's Wharf- Visit the exciting area where bountiful
catches of fish & shell fish are brought in daily. Visit the
world of famous Cape May Lobster House Restaurant on
your left just after passing over the Cape May Bridge.
CM Rt # 2.
U.S.S Atlantus- The USS Atlantus, a concrete ship from
World War I, sank off the coast of Cape May during the
storm of 1925, & has been at the end of Sunset Blvd ever
since. On Sunset Beach, you can find your own "Cape May Diamonds", pure quartz stones which can be polished and
set into jewelry. There you will also find a gift shop, a
restaurant & mini golf. Follow Cape May Rt. # 1 to Sunset
Beach. (609) 884-7079
Cape May Bird Observatory- The Cape Peninsula is the
most famous bird watching location in North America & one
of the planet's most celebrated migratory junctions. An
array of habitat types & a wealth of protected natural areas
make Cape May a birding spot for all seasons. Follow
directions to the Cape May Point Lighthouse. Take the
second right after you turn onto Lighthouse Ave. (609) 884-
2736
Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts- Tours, teas, & trolleys!
This cultural Mecca of South Jersey offers so many
activities, lectures, & outings in Cape May that you need to
get a brochure! Watch for This Week in Cape May- a
weekly listing of events. M.A.C. offers walking, trolley, &
boat tours. ($) Follow Cape May Rt. #2, stop at the Physic
Estate. (609) 884-5404
Cape May Promenade- Stroll along the ocean front on the promenade along Beach Ave. Visit Morrow's Nut House &
see how their famous salt water taffy is made. Enjoy an
evening of mini-golf, arcades & shopping. Cape May Rt # 1
to the beach.
Coast Guard Training Center- Cape May has the largest
Coast Guard Training Center in the United States. See the
paegentry of graduation as young men & women leave boot
camp & enter the military. Graduation is held every Friday
at 11 am. Also at the base are sunset parades. Follow Rt.
#2A & follow the signs. (609) 898-6969
Beaches- It's a day full of fun & sun for the entire family.
Tag fee required, 12 years & under free. Tagscan be rented
in the Beachcomber Store. ($) Follow Cape May Rt. #1.
Physick Estate- Tour this 18 room mansion built in 1879.
Beautifully restored into the only Victorian house museum,
you can visit the museum & shop. ($) Follow Cape May Rt.
#2A. (609) 884-5404
Higbee's Beach Bird Sanctuary- Walk the dunes &
observe the flight & nesting of birds. Follow Cape May Rt #1 except when coming down the West Cape May bridge,
take the immediate right & continue to the end of New
England Rd.
Boating & Fishing- When in Cape May, do as the locals
do! Dozens of boats leaving Cape May marinas every day!
Stop in the store to pick up a brochure for one of many
trips.
Boating- Ride on an 8-' schooner. Enjoy dolphin & whale
watching,sightseeing, or the fall of a beautiful sunset.
Fishing- Half day, full day, & night trips available. Fish on
the surf jetties & catch flounder, weakfish & blues.
Water Sports- Wave runners, jet skis, & guided kayak tours
are available at the marina.
Nature Center of Cape May- Located at the Cape May
Harbor. The center offers workshops, classes, walking
tours, & exhibits. Follow directions to the Coast Guard
Base. One block before the light at the base entrance, turn
left onto Delaware Ave. The center will be located on your
right just a few blocks down. (609) 884-9590
Washington Street Mall- Visit the Victorian shops and enjoy lunch in the quaint sidewalk cafes. If you get tired of strolling, rent a bike for 4, catch the trolley, or take a horse-drawn carriage ride! Tourist information booth located on the west end of the mall.
Follow CM Rt #2A (609)884-5404
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