Cape May County Farms and Farmers Markets
26 Tarkiln Rd
“We are a family owned and operated farm settled deep in the backwoods of Belleplain. We provide a family based environment for families to come during the summer months and enjoy their fun in the sun picking our unofficially organic blueberries. We welcome one and all to come and enjoy a day here at the farm. Through Operation Fireside on Christmas and Thanksgiving our farm has been a home away from home for many coastguard recruits over the past 20 yrs. Many of whom are still in constant contact with us. We also run a program called Its About Community on the farm for developmentally delayed individuals to have social interactions in the community.”
North Country Knits
551 Hands Mill Road
Corn, soybean, grain soybean & rye seed.
Cape May Court House :
Tomatoes, peppers, squash, eggplant, string beans, cucumbers, gladiolas, sunflowers, zinnias, mums and others May-Oct 7 days 7am to 6pm
Perennial Flowers,Native Annuals,Vegetables, wreaths grave blankets & firewood 7 days a week in season anytime
Fresh Fruit, Vegetables, Blueberries, Corn, Tomatoes, Annuals, Perennials
Tomatoes,Peas,Radishes,Parsley,Asparagus U-Pick Christmas Trees 10am-5pm 7 days April thru December
135 Sunset Blvd
West Cape May
Cape May Honey Farm Is A Family Operated Apiary & Store.
“We have always been fascinated with bees – how vital they are for the planet and how healthy and beneficial everything they make is for humans. We love what we do and we feel it is our responsibility to bring awareness and educate on the importance of beekeeping and pollination. We also want to teach our customers about the health properties of all hive products and how to use them in everyday diet.”
3400 Bayshore Road
North Cape May, NJ 08204
Corn, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins etc… late June thru November
6th Streets & Asbury Ave., Tabernacle Grounds, Ocean City
Phone: (609) 399-1412 , Fax: (609) 398-3932
Web site: www.oceancityvacation.com
Open: June 24th – Sept. 9, 10th, 2015, Wednesdays, 8 am – 1 pm
Community Farmers Market: Variety of fruit and vegetables
Also Available: Hand crafted items
WIC & Seniors FMNP vouchers accepted by some farmers
Sea Isle City:
Excursion Park (JFK Blvd. & Pleasure Ave.), Sea Isle City
Phone: (609) 263-9090
Web site: www.seaislechamber.com
Open: June 23rd-Sept. 1st, 2015, Tuesdays, 8am-1pm
Community Farmers Market: Variety of fruits and vegetables.
Also Available: Gluten-free items, cakes, pies, cookies, beach plums, honey
Water Tower Parking Lot, 95th and Second Ave., Stone Harbor
Directions: Exit 10 Garden State Parkway, 3rd traffic light in town, Water Tower parking lot
Phone: (609) 368-6800/ Kim Stevenson, Fax: (609) 368-2619
Web site: www.stoneharbornj.org
Open: June 14th-Sept. 6th, 2015, Sundays, 8:00am-12:30pm
Community Farmers Market: Fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh baked bread & cakes, fresh local seafood, cheeses, honey, flowers, fresh ground coffee, nursery stock, cured meats, vinegar & oils, handmade crepes, fresh baked pizza, and nuts.
West Cape May:
732 Broadway, Backyard Park @ Borough Hall, West Cape May
Directions: See our website for directions
Phone: (609) 884-1005/ Lauren Vitelli, Fax: (609) 884-9197
Web site: www.westcapemay.us
Open: June 30th – Sept. 1st, 2015, Tuesdays, 3pm – 7:30pm
Community Farmers Market: Variety of fresh fruits & vegetables
Also Available: Food vendors, local honey, vintage wares, antiques, jewelry, fresh flowers, shirts. Live bands from 5-7:30 pm & tons of family fun!
WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers accepted by some farmers
140 Stevens St
West Cape May
Regular visitors to Cape May are used to being spoiled with the freshest seafood. Our 62-acre Beach Plum Farm, will spoil you with farm-fresh produce. The Ebbitt Room, Blue Pig Tavern and Rusty Nail are all served by the farm, which is less than 2 miles away from the restaurants.
4th Avenue & Bayshore Rd
West Cape May NJ
736 Broadway Ave
West Cape May, NJ 08204
3501 Pacific Ave. (Pacific & Schellenger Ave.) , Downtown Wildwood
Directions: On Corner of Pacific Avenue and Schellenger Ave., two blocks West of the Wildwoods Boardwalk, in Downtown Wildwood. Free parking is available in the municipal parking lot that is behind the Farmers Market, between Schellenger and Oak Aves.
Phone: (609) 523-1602/ Wildwood Business Improvement District, Fax: (609) 523-2254
Web site: www.dowildwood.com
Open: Memorial Day – Labor Day, May 23 – Sept. 5, 2015, Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Community Farmers Market: Variety of fresh fruits and vegetables
Also Available: Plants & flowers, baked goods, specialty foods, prepared foods & refreshments, seafood, meat, cheese, wine, coffee, tea, honey, gluten free products, gourmet oils & vinegars and more
WIC & Senior FMNP vouchers accepted by some farmers
Strawberries, Hot Peppers, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Squash, Apples
Handmill & Hoffman Rds.
HOURS: Open July – Nov. 8 am – 6 PM
CALL: (609) 861-2068
Fresh vegetables and flowers 7 days a week 7am to 9pm Honor System
*If you’d like your business added please email information to Karen@momsofcapemay.com Thanks:)