Admire Arrowheads On The Beautiful And Easy Higbee Beach Loop Trail In New Jersey

The bay beaches of Cape May, New Jersey are home to countless treasures. Not only can you find sea glass, shells, sharks’ teeth, and beautiful quartz stones known as Cape May Diamonds, but the area is also known to have arrowheads. You can find them in the sand near Sunset and Higbee Beaches. It is important to preserve these historic artifacts, so remember to admire but not remove them. If you decide to visit Higbee Beach, why not make an adventure out of it and journey along the Higbee Beach Loop Trail?

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Many of the arrowheads in this area are black, dark brown, or charcoal grey. They are often along the waterline but can be anywhere. Most are believed to have originated with the Lenni-Lenape Tribe and date back hundreds and even thousands of years. They’re part of New Jersey history and should be left where they are found so that others can enjoy them for years to come. If you want to guarantee a local arrowhead sighting, you can visit the Cape May County Museum. They have a wonderful collection!

You can learn more about New Jersey’s Higbee Beach Loop Trail on AllTrails.

Address: Higbee Beach Wildlife Management Area, Cape May, NJ 08204, USA