Hike At Cape May Point State Park, Then Stop At Harry's Ocean Bar & Grille For A World Famous Clam Chowder In Cape May, New Jersey
By Carolyn Harmon|Published August 05, 2022
Under Brown Mountain Lights the Beast of Blandenboro wanders this magical land where lighthouses shine on kingdoms only accessible by ferries. A Lost Colony of legends and pirates revealed in historical sites and majestic mountains with views that make us weep. The home of handmade sculptures and scrumptious cuisine. North Carolina leaves this long-time writer and artist breathless with endless surprises, including the unlikely warmth a winter walk on the beach can bring.
A plan for the best day in Cape May, New Jersey, starts with a hike at Cape May Point State Park followed by a stop at Harry’s Ocean Bar & Grille for its world-famous New England clam chowder. This quaint city, poised where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, is one of the oldest vacation resort destinations in the U.S. Unlimited activities are offered here from boating to bicycling, and it is one of the most popular sites for bird watching in the country — with its ponds, forests, meadows, and beaches making the best habitats. We hope you enjoy one of the best hikes, state parks, and clam chowders in New Jersey.
Have you packed your bag yet? Come on — you’ve earned an excursion to get away and have some fun. If you are looking for some more adventures, visit other beautiful state parks in New Jersey. Let us know your favorite in the comments below.
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