Surfboarding and skateboarding are inherent activities to a beach town like Cape May. Surfing may have spawned skating, originally referred to as “sidewalk surfing” in the 1950s. Designed to emulate riding waves on the west coast, skateboarding eventually became a cultural phenomenon and serious sport. The progression of skateboarding was gradual at first but significantly […]
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The Summer Issue
Inside the issue: Inside the issue: Veterans turned vendors in the hot dog business. The boats, planes, and automobiles of the Delaware River and Bay Authority. Beach tags, taggers, and collectors. A thought provoking proposal to address Cape May’s parking problem. Skateboarding culture in Cape May. And more!
Cover: Beach Avenue as viewed from the ocean. Photo by Michelle Giorla
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After 17 years, we can easily say that Cape May Magazine is like no other. This unique lifestyle magazine about America’s first seaside resort is something you can sit and relax with, reading at you own pace and exploring each page.
Printed on high quality paper and square-back bound, it’s delivered to your door six times a year. Each edition is filled with stunning photographs and lively stories from this famous South Jersey locale, a town that generations of visitors call their “happy place.”
In addition to fascinating features about Cape May’s past and present day challenges, you’ll find regular columns on birding, nature, personalities, architecture and real estate; plus restaurant reviews, shopping advice and seasonal recipes.
The website you’re looking at here is but a sample of the real thing–the beautifully printed magazine that you can hold and savor one page at a time… and lay on your coffee table for casual reading later.
Discover it for yourself. We think you’ll find Cape May Magazine is extraordinary.