Sea Isle City

Located in Historic Cape May County, Sea Isle City is a popular beach destination that offers visitors an array of entertainment options – ranging from wonderful restaurants and nightlife to exciting recreation events and other family attractions. You’ll also find a wide variety of other activities that truly offer something for everyone. Try your hand at kayaking, surfing, boating, parasailing – or just enjoy your favorite book as you relax on the sand.
 
Sea Isle City has a loyal following of families who return to town generation after generation. Countless families and friends continue to gather in here each year to relive happy days gone by and create new memories that will be treasured for years to come.
 
Sea Isle’s main attraction is, of course, its pristine shoreline. However, even though there are miles of clean, inviting beaches to explore, time on the sand is only one of many reasons to visit this resort. Other attractions include state-of-the-art recreation facilities, notable historical sites, Beachcomber Guided Tours and a 1.5-mile long oceanfront Promenade, which features shops, eateries, arcades and breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean.
 
At night, stop by Sea Isle’s outdoor Band Shell, located in the heart of the downtown beachfront district, where you’ll find free entertainment throughout the summer months, including weekly Concerts, Family Dance Parties, Movies Under the Stars and the popular “Sea Isle City’s Got Talent” Contests.
 
Sea Isle is also a haven for sportsmen and nature lovers. Anglers and birders alike enjoy Sea Isle’s waterways and wetlands – as will anyone who appreciates coastal habitats at their finest!
 

Location

United States
39° 9' 4.9068" N, 74° 41' 55.6512" W
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Surf Fishing Tournament at Sea Isle City Beach
Sea Isle City
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Located in Historic Cape May County, Sea Isle City is a popular beach destination that offers visitors an array of entertainment options – ranging from wonderful restaurants and nightlife to exciting recreation events and other family attractions. You’ll also find a wide variety of other activities that truly offer something for everyone. Try your hand at kayaking, surfing, boating, parasailing – or just enjoy your favorite book as you relax on the sand.
 
Sea Isle City has a loyal following of families who return to town generation after generation. Countless families and friends continue to gather in here each year to relive happy days gone by and create new memories that will be treasured for years to come.
 
Sea Isle’s main attraction is, of course, its pristine shoreline. However, even though there are miles of clean, inviting beaches to explore, time on the sand is only one of many reasons to visit this resort. Other attractions include state-of-the-art recreation facilities, notable historical sites, Beachcomber Guided Tours and a 1.5-mile long oceanfront Promenade, which features shops, eateries, arcades and breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean.
 
At night, stop by Sea Isle’s outdoor Band Shell, located in the heart of the downtown beachfront district, where you’ll find free entertainment throughout the summer months, including weekly Concerts, Family Dance Parties, Movies Under the Stars and the popular “Sea Isle City’s Got Talent” Contests.
 
Sea Isle is also a haven for sportsmen and nature lovers. Anglers and birders alike enjoy Sea Isle’s waterways and wetlands – as will anyone who appreciates coastal habitats at their finest!
 


Don’t Miss:

• Dinner al fresco on the deck at Deauville Inn (in neighboring Strathmere).
 
• Crabbing for your dinner at Ludlam Landing.
 
Insider Tip:
Visit Sea Isle City’s new Welcome Center, located at 300 JFK Blvd., where you can pick-up a guide book, a map, or simply ask a question. The friendly staff at the welcome center is ready to assist you and also a free Wi-Fi hotspot.

 

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