Surrounded by water, Cape May has water activities covered for all ages, from wake tubing and wave runners, to para-sailing and whale-watching tours.  There are dinner cruises, speedboats, kayaking and surfing.  Along with surf fishing, party and charter boats make for some of the best fishing on the east coast. 

On land, golf-addicts can play everything from the championship-caliber Cape May National, to a nearby family-friendly par 3 course with manageable fairways and regulation-sized greens, to the several mini-golf courses in and around the city.  Tennis lovers can check out The Cape May Tennis Club.  Bicycling is a great family activity to enjoy the sights and sounds of the island.

One activity to try on Cape May is kayaking. Ocean kayaking is fun, exciting, and safe, and there are a few places you can go at Cape May to try it out. One place is Cape Kayaks, who offer daily tours and rentals and direct access to Cape May's Eco-Trails. Located at 956A Ocean Drive (entering Cape May it is located to the left of the bridge), phone # 609-884-1224.