We have so many fun, fall events here at the Jersey Shore.

New Jersey is a great place to be when you want to pick your own fall fruit, the leaves changing, Six Flags Great Adventure, and just a day at the beach in the fall is always fun.

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And, there is nothing better than the Cape May Zoo. This zoo is free, they do ask for a donation when entering the gates.

Cape May County Zoo is one of the best zoos in the country.

Cape May County Zoo is always free and opens every day except for Christmas day.

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If you've never been to the Cape May Zoo, you will absolutely love it. It is free and because of everyone's donations entering through the gate, they can be free for everybody.  Make it a whole day of family fun. There are picnic tables and a park.

Don't forget to check out Cape May Zoo's Facebook page, it's always fun:

For more information about the Cape May Zooclick here.

It's almost time for the annual Cape May Zoo's Boo at the Zoo! It's Saturday, October 29th, 2022 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Cape May Zoo. Boo at the Zoo! is FREE and sponsored by the Cape May County Board of Commissioners. Wear your Halloween costume. There will be candy, games, animals, and so much more. There will also be a costume contest.

From the Cape May Zoo's website:

Visitors of all ages are invited to wear a costume to this fun family event, which includes activities for the kids, games, candy, entertainment, animals, inflatable obstacle course, pirate ship and more.

Click here for more information.

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