From family-friendly to flirty, you'll find your kind of fun on the Jersey Shore
Visitors sip coffee on the lawn in front of Congress Hall -- one of the still-standing old grand hotels -- in Cape May, New Jersey. Congress Hall was once the summer White House for a number of years.
Cape May, on the New Jersey shore, is known for its Victoriana architecture.
Visitors catch the sunset in Cape May Point at Sunset Beach which is located at the point where the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay meet. It is possible to catch both sunrise and the sunset in Cape May, New Jersey. (undated)
A family stands on a bluff in Cape May, New Jersey, one of the top ten international birding sights. In the background is the Cape May Lighthouse. (undated)
Life guards keep watch over swimmers in Cape May, New Jersey. (undated)
Two young boys run toward the waves in Ocean City, New Jersey. In the background is the Music Pier, an old structure where concerts are held at night, including performances with the Ocean City Pops. (undated)
The Cape May Lighthouse in Cape May, New Jersey was built in 1859 and has been in operation since, and visitors can climb the 217 steps from the ground to the top. (undated)
Girls beachcomb on one of the beaches in Cape May. Cape May is at the tip of New Jersey, and the nation's oldest seaside and beach resort. (undated)