The Atlantic Ocean shoreline of New Jersey is a wilderness that is as exciting as it was in 1610 when Sir Samual Argall first drifted into the Delaware Bay and named it for his boss Baron de la Warr.
“Sunset of Summer” in Cape May, New Jersey
The best things in life are vacation days and even a day-trip worth the hour drive from the Philadelphia area to the shore. The New Jersey shore communities have managed to balance preservation of the natural wonders and tourism making the area America’s first Vacationland. Fresh caught seafood and salty nights with gulls and music in the air will soar your spirit way out to peaks for great new memories every time.