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Dog Areas in Cape May Point

Located at the tip of the beautiful Cape May Peninsula, Cape May Point is a sight to behold! It may only have a population of fewer than 300 people, but this small borough has plenty to offer both residents and visitors. During the summer, the population often swells to over 4,500 people who come to take in the serene beaches and warm weather. Cape May Point is also home to many historic sites, like a World War II tower and a World War II bunker, and the SS Atlantis. This is also one of the best places in North America to watch the hawk migration during the fall season, so it's a favorite spot for birdwatchers, too.

There are no veterinarians immediately within Cape May Point, but just minutes away within the greater Cape May area, you will find a handful of vets to keep your pooch happy and healthy. Dogs and their owners will also be happy to visit Harpoon Henry's, a local restaurant with dog-friendly outdoor seating. Staff will bring a bucket of water out for your pup to drink while you enjoy dishes like burgers, sandwiches, seafood, or one of their 250 drink options. Whether it's spending a day at the beach or dining at a delicious, dog-friendly restaurant, you and your four-legged friends will love Cape May Point!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cape May Point

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    Population Density 2,196/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Cape May

    In under 15 minutes, you can make it from Cape May Point to the Cold Springs Bike Path in Cape May that you and Fido will have a blast exploring. This path is one of 1,600 former railway lines across the United States that have been converted into trails for the public to use. This portion of the trail is just shy of three miles long, and it also features a 40-feet long and eight-feet wide bridge nestled over a stream. Along the way, you'll come across other dog walkers, bikers, and hikers enjoying the trail as well. Don't fur-get to bring doggie waste bags and water along for your adventure!
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    Population Density 1,095/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Cape May Point

    The northern tip of Cape May is home to Higbee Beach which is a natural beach known for being a peaceful place and much quieter than some of the other beaches in the area. Higbee Beach is located within the Higbee Beach Wildlife Management Area, which consists of over 1,000 acres of land, but it grows regularly as the state of New Jersey buys additional land. Higbee Beach is a 1.5-mile beach is an excellent spot for bird watching or taking in the 35-foot dunes. Higbee Beach welcomes dogs all year round, and there are several trails surrounding the beaches and hundreds of acres of woods and rugged vegetation to explore.
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    Population Density 387/sq mi

    #3 Northeast Lewes

    Lewes, Deleware is a two-hour drive from Cape May Point, New Jersey, but it is entirely worth the trip to visit Cape Henlopen State Park with your dog. You can make a day of it and explore the different beaches (the unguarded beaches are dog-friendly year-round) or go hiking with your dog. There are also cycling opportunities. If you'd like to make a longer trip of it, you can stay at the campgrounds here. There is also a stand with rental umbrellas and beach chairs, so if you make an impromptu trip, you can soak up the sun with your dog on the beach in comfort.
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    Population Density 4,265/sq mi

    #4 East Wildwood

    In 2014, Wildwood, New Jersey got its first official dog beach, known as the Poplar Avenue Beach. Ready for more good news? It's only a 26-minute drive from Cape May Point! You can walk on the boardwalk here with your dog unlike many other beaches, and there is plenty of space for you to walk them on the beach. Dogs must be leashed in the main beach area, but there are separate enclosures for big and small dogs where they are welcome to explore and play off-leash. The water at this beach is quite shallow, which makes it ideal for wading in with your pet. There are some dog-friendly spots to eat nearby, too!
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    Population Density 177/sq mi

    #5 Stone Harbor Beach

    A half-hour drive from Cape May Point gets you to Stone Harbor, New Jersey, and the excellent Stone Harbor Beach. From 7 PM to sunset during peak season, this beach is dog-friendly, but during the off-season, dogs are welcome anytime. Visitors love the free parking at this beach. Note that, while you will meet plenty of friendly people and dogs during your visit, the beach usually feels quiet and peaceful. This beach is known for being very clean, and there are several waste bins situated in the area to keep it this way. You will also find restaurants in the area as well as beach rentals to make your visit as enjoyable as pawssible.
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