Summer is fleeting, but there is still plenty of time to take advantage of that extra time with the kids before they head back to school (be it away or from home). We celebrated National Lighthouse Day earlier this month (August 7th), but any day is a good day to visit the Cape May Point State Park, which is home to the Cape May Lighthouse.
The park has several trails for those looking to walk, hike or simply take in the picturesque views of nature around them. There are three hiking trails: a blue trail, yellow trail, and a red trail, which is wheelchair accessible. The park is also widely known for being one of the best spots in North America to observe fall migration as birds head south for the winter. Need a little more convincing? Click below for a virtual snippet of what you can expect when you make your way to Cape May Point State Park.