From the moment you awaken to the glistening sunrise and gentle bay breezes until bedtime arrives and you snuggle yourself back into your cozy cocoon of Frette sheets, the opportunities to explore Stone Harbor are endless. Centrally located in the heart of our quaint seaside community, The Reeds provides convenient access to both the beach & bay in addition to the unique shore town shops, local attractions, and experiential activities. Should you seek some guidance, our Concierge Team will be pleased to help you hone-in on the perfect place to enjoy the day.
96TH ST. SHOPS
The Walk at Harbor Square is a picturesque centerpiece at the heart of Stone Harbor’s famous 96th St. Shopping District. Filled with over 150 unique specialty shops and restaurants, you’ll enjoy walking around town seeing the different artwork, clothing, and souvenirs available to visitors and locals alike.
HARBOR SQUARE THEATRE
96th Street | harborsquaretheatre.com
Grab a pint and some popcorn, or a full meal from the Burger Bar, to take into the theatre with you & enjoy screenings of the latest film releases and occasional “oldie but goodie” showings. The Theatre also offers special concerts and comedy shows, check their website for full details.
STONE HARBOR MUSEUM
9410 Second Avenue | stoneharbormuseum.org
Home is where the heart- and the harbor- is! For decades, friends and family have found their hearts tethered to the docks of Stone Harbor, and their daydreams drifting them back to the sandy beaches. Travel through time as you explore the archives, ogle old photos & artifacts, and learn more about the history of our home town.
Stone Harbor Boulevard | wetlandsinstitute.org
Where else in the world have you traveled that requires you to “slow for turtle crossings?” Just Stone Harbor, right? We thought so! And the truth is, a trip to our quaint town wouldn’t be complete without a walk down the pathways for a little bird watching & turtle spotting (don’t forget an umbrella!) before heading back to the Institute to learn about the environmental impact of our Wetlands & its inhabitants.
COLD SPRING VILLAGE
720 US Route 9 | hcsv.org
A quaint collection of historic buildings & homes dedicated to depicting life in the first years of American Independence, and often referred to as an open-air, living history museum, HCSV is dedicated to historic preservation & education. Pop in on the potter, blacksmith, and basket weaver to learn about their crafts, make a trip to the Country Store & Ice Cream Parlor, then end the day with a craft brew from their very own on-site Brewery.
CAPE MAY COUNTY ZOO
707 N Route 9 | capemaycountynj.gov
A national treasure nestled in our own backyard, the Cape May County Zoo & Park is one of the most renowned, cost-free attractions on the Eastern coast. Make a day of exploring the diverse habitats, including the tropical bird sanctuary, pose for pictures with the silly statuettes, or plan ahead & take part in a behind-the-scenes Animal Encounter & Guided Tour.
TREE TO TREE ADVENTURE PARK
CAPE MAY COUNTY ZOO
South Jersey’s premiere aerial adventure course featuring zip lines, nets, Tarzan swings and other fun obstacles for every age and ability. Tree To Tree’s color coded courses become progressively more difficult and are designed to challenge both the mind and body. Prepare yourself for the ultimate family adventure and explore Cape May like never before!
500 Forrestal Road | usnasw.org
Commissioned in April 1943, Naval Air Station Wildwood Hangar #1 served as an active dive-bomber squadron training facility during World War II. Today, Hanger #1 has been restored and transformed into an Aviation Museum that houses a number of aircraft, engines, special exhibits, and educational interactive displays that invite visitors to explore history through hands-on fun.
SH RECREATION CENTER
8200 Second Avenue | stoneharborrecreation.com
Awesome activities abound for the whole family at the Recreation Center, including Arts & Crafts and Drop & Chop cooking classes for kids, Barre, Bootcamp, Bocce Ball and more. Schedules may be subject to change.
Good old-fashioned family fun since 1946, this family-owned & operated arcade is perfect for gamers of all ages and offers sweet treats, including the Original Water Ice, too. Encourage some competition with a bet- loser has to buy water ice for everyone!