Situated midway between Historic Cape May and Atlantic City, Sea Isle City is convenient to all of the attractions that southern New Jersey has to offer. Visitors can enjoy the boardwalks of Wildwood, Ocean City and Atlantic City; the Cape May-Lewes Ferry; the Cape May County Zoo; and the Atlantic City Casinos & shopping outlets.
Once consider small fishing villages, Sea Isle and Townsend's Inlet on the southern end of the island are now being memorialized by the creation of "Historic Fish Alley," featuring some great bayfront seafood restaurants including Carmen's, Marie's, Mike's, and the Lobster Loft.
The all new Dealy Field Recreation Complex features tennis, basketball, a skate park, a roller hockey rink, ball fields and a state-of-the-art playground.
The Townsends' Inlet section includes The Breakwaters at the Dunes which houses Doc Magrogans Oyster House Restaurant. Other nearly restaurants include Hank Sauce and Sunset Pier.
From Townsend's Inlet to Corson's Inlet, there's something for everyone in Sea Isle City, the Sea and Sand Vacationland!
The end of the street between 79th & 80th Streets have an unobstructed views of the bay in which you can watch spectacular sunsets on the benches provided. Also, fishing and crabbing is allowed there too.
Doc Magrogans Oyster House .
There is a Jitney Service for a nominal fee that provides transportation service along Landis Ave to all streets on the island.
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