Sea Isle City is a year-round resort destination Cape May County, New Jersey. This natural barrier island is a second home away from home for many vacationers who return year after year. Families in particular appreciate the island’s close knit community and laid back atmosphere. Nature lovers can find unsurpassed coastal habitats of waterways and wetlands. Sportsmen can engage in every form of water and land sport imaginable. Visitors of all backgrounds will find something they enjoy. It’s easy to see why Sea Isle City is such a timeless and beloved vacation spot.
The Sea Isle City Promenade is a popular stop for vacation goers. This 1.5-mile oceanfront destination is home to shops, eateries and arcades. It’s a trendy, family-friendly area to catch breathtaking ocean views and spend the afternoon. The Band Shell is where you’ll find the best of local entertainment through the summer months. Located in the heart of the downtown beachfront district, Band Shell features weekly concerts, movies, dance parties and “Sea Isle City’s Got Talent” contests. The Sea Isle City Historical Museum is the best place to learn more about the resort town’s past, present and future. You can trace local history through artifacts, period clothing, furniture and photo albums. Admission to the museum is free, and guided tours are available upon request. Ludlam’s Beach Lighthouse on Landis Ave is also a nod to history. The historic structure was once a navigational aid for the U.S. Coast Guard. It’s now a private residence, but you can still drive up to tour the site. For an educational experience, visitors can learn about beach creatures, shells and local plants with the Sea Isle City Environmental Commission. Both children and adults can sign up for a beachcombing excursion that lasts about an hour long. It runs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. The cost to participate is 50 cents for children and 1 dollar for adults.
A day trip from Sea Isle City could mean a jaunt into the city or a romp into the wild. The Beaver Swamp Fish and Wildlife Area is a vast park located 8 miles west of Sea Isle City. There are trails through expansive, wooded natural habitats where guests can observe various animal species. Cape May National Wildlife Refuge, a protected habitat for migratory birds and other wildlife, is located 8.5 miles away from Sea Isle City. The Jersey shore is also dotted with a healthy mix of sprawling resort towns and quaint beachside communities. Travel down south towards Avalon. You’ll hit Seven Mile Beach, a barrier island with tons to do and explore. If you head north, you might find yourself in Atlantic City. You might recall the party town from an episode of the hit TV series Sex and the City. (It’s the one where Charlotte celebrates her 36th birthday). Here, the young can feel older and the old can feel young again. If you don’t want to take a day trip on land, why not take a trip by sea? Sea Isle Fishing Charters offers sunset cruises, deep sea fishing and even overnight canyon charter excursions. Take a tour around the deep waters of the barrier island.
Sea Isle City gives visitors just enough options for accommodations to choose from. There are various home rentals for guests, from luxury homes to modest cottages. There are a handful of apartments and room rentals available as well. The main inns and motel in town are located on Landis Avenue. Many of the home and apartment rentals are also located on this street. Though the island does not offer camping or trailer facilities, there are numerous campgrounds within a ten-mile radius outside of Sea Isle City.
Explore Sea Isle City on foot to get the most of the beachside experience. Walk straight down Landis Avenue to hit all the major stops. The entire island is only about 5 miles long. The Jitney is another way to get around Sea Isle City. It runs north and southbound on Landis Avenue. Drivers will stop at most street corners upon request. If you’re heading to town by car via the Atlantic City Expressway, you’ll want to exit at 7S on the Garden State Parkway and exit 17 for Sea Isle City. You can also take New Jersey Transit from Philadelphia to Atlantic City, from where you can take bus 319 into town.
Looking for a vacation rental in Sea Isle City? Tripping.com has 104 vacation rental homes available in Sea Isle City. You'll find 0 studios, 0 1-bedroom, 5 2-bedroom and 99 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $115 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in Sea Isle City is $357 while the average price of a weekly rental is $2945. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Sea Isle City home is $25.
Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 9 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Sea Isle City. In addition to accommodating pets, Sea Isle City rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 94 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 97 have TV and/or cable and 1 have a pool or hot tub.Search HomeAway and TripAdvisor properties in Sea Isle City. There are 97 HomeAway rentals and 7 TripAdvisor vacation rentals.