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Cape May-Lewes Ferry


1200 Sandman Blvd.
North Cape May, NJ 08204
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Cape May-Lewes Ferry


(??.? miles from you)

1200 Sandman Blvd.
North Cape May, NJ 08204
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Cape May-Lewis Ferry makes turns commuting across the Delaware Bay into a fun excursion on the water. Whether you are commuting for business or traveling for a day trip, Cape May-Lewis Ferry is pleased to take you on

Cape May-Lewis Ferry terminals offer dining and entertainment options, keeping you content until your ferry arrives.  The ferries are even able to carry cars and motorcycles for your convenience, though booking ahead of time is necessary. Once you’re aboard, you’ll enjoy seeing historic lighthouses, the picturesque harbors, the ocean-going vessels, and perhaps even catch a glimpse of dolphins.

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Why You Should Go...

Cape May-Lewis Ferry makes turns commuting across the Delaware Bay into a fun excursion on the water. Whether you are commuting for business or traveling for a day trip, Cape May-Lewis Ferry is pleased to take you on one of their luxury ferries at one of their several terminals.

Cape May-Lewis Ferry terminals offer dining and entertainment options, keeping you content until your ferry arrives.  The ferries are even able to carry cars and motorcycles for your convenience, though booking ahead of time is necessary. Once you’re aboard, you’ll enjoy seeing historic lighthouses, the picturesque harbors, the ocean-going vessels, and perhaps even catch a glimpse of dolphins.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Access: Wheelchair, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Café, Restaurant, Kids Activities, Shuttle Service, Gift Shop, Bike Storage

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

Reservations for vehicles is strongly recommended since space is limited to 100 cars. Check online for schedule and availability at their web page. 

Located on Sandman Boulevard and at the intersection of Sandman Boulevard (Route 9) and Seashore Road (County Highway 626).

Passengers on foot can park in the secure parking lot. Shuttle bus services run (June - Sept) to local shopping and fun spots Overnight parking just requires registering your tag number at the Info Center. Over 14? Be sure to bring photo ID.

Fun Facts

Cyclists, consider taking a break to cross the Delaware Bay. Bikes and rider fares are $10 one-way or $18 round trip. There is no extra fee for bikes, and Delaware offers some amazing trails.

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Why You Should Go...

Cape May-Lewis Ferry makes turns commuting across the Delaware Bay into a fun excursion on the water. Whether you are commuting for business or traveling for a day trip, Cape May-Lewis Ferry is pleased to take you on one of their luxury ferries at one of their several terminals.

Cape May-Lewis Ferry terminals offer dining and entertainment options, keeping you content until your ferry arrives.  The ferries are even able to carry cars and motorcycles for your convenience, though booking ahead of time is necessary. Once you’re aboard, you’ll enjoy seeing historic lighthouses, the picturesque harbors, the ocean-going vessels, and perhaps even catch a glimpse of dolphins.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Access: Wheelchair, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Café, Restaurant, Kids Activities, Shuttle Service, Gift Shop, Bike Storage

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Reservations for vehicles is strongly recommended since space is limited to 100 cars. Check online for schedule and availability at their web page. 

Located on Sandman Boulevard and at the intersection of Sandman Boulevard (Route 9) and Seashore Road (County Highway 626).

Passengers on foot can park in the secure parking lot. Shuttle bus services run (June - Sept) to local shopping and fun spots Overnight parking just requires registering your tag number at the Info Center. Over 14? Be sure to bring photo ID.

Fun Facts

Cyclists, consider taking a break to cross the Delaware Bay. Bikes and rider fares are $10 one-way or $18 round trip. There is no extra fee for bikes, and Delaware offers some amazing trails.

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