Where to stay and what to do this October in Cape May

The temperatures are crisp and it’s time to bring out the sweaters and boots! The stores are beautifully decorated in fall colors and the festivals are in full swing!

 

 

 

If you are looking for a romantic getaway, we do have short term rentals in our inventory, and if you are not ready to go back to work after a long weekend, you are more than welcome to stay for a week or even for a month! Winter rentals and long term rentals, are becoming more and more popular here in Cape May. If you are considering to possibly buy in the near future and want to try it out first,we can definitely set you up with a perfect long term rental that will give you the opportunity to be a local for a few months. You can check our entire inventory HERE and keep in mind that we are adding new properties to our inventory quite frequently. The newest weekly rental we have is 1005 Pittsburgh Avenue in Cape May and if you are looking for a year round rental, check out our new addition to the inventory! This beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms home is lovely and in immaculate condition!

 

 

 

Now it’s time to check out the fall activities going around town!

 

 

Beach Plum Farm fall festival is going on every Saturday through October 27th from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm. They have hayrides, pumpkin picking and corn hole for the kids and for adults, Cape May Brewery’s will have local craft brews and cocktails. At night, join them for the popular farm-to-table dinners. The chef uses ingredients harvested that day so they are always fresh and delicious. The dinner is family style and the guest can mingle, share their stories and drinks!

 

 

Starting October 12 until the 31st, register and compete in the 10th Annual Scarecrow contest at the Emlen Physick Estate. You will create your own scarecrow which will reside in the ” Scarecrow Alley” this Halloween season and will be voted on by the Estate’s visitors.

 

 

 

On October 20th, celebrate all things Halloween and autumn at the 27th Annual Pumpkin festival in Cold Spring Village. The festival starts at 10:00 am until 4:00 pm and admission is FREE, and if you could bring a non-perishable food item that would be amazing.  You can go for a hayride through the farm, visit the Corson Gandy Barn haunted house or paint pumpkins and play games all day! If you get hungry, there will be vendors selling hot dogs and other snacks.

 

 

 

Open daily through October, Carroll Gallery Exhibit presents ” Capturing Cape May’s Architecture: The Making of a National Historic Landmark”. You will get to see for the first-time drawings of Cape May’s most significant historic structures that were instrumental in saving the town. The drawings were created in the early 70’s by a team from the Historic American Buildings Survey that enabled Cape May to become a National Historic Landmark and a national tourist destination.

 

 

Whatever your rental needs are we are here to help you! Also, summer might sound far away but now is the perfect time to book your 2019 summer vacation rental. Contact us today and one of our rental agents will be happy to help you.

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