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Cape May Point Beach Patrol

Since its founding in 1910, the Cape May Point Beach Patrol has experienced continual improvement in terms of services provided, preventative lifeguarding tactics, quality of personnel, and competitive efforts. We are the smallest beach patrol in the South Jersey Lifeguard Chief’s Association, yet our performance is equal to that of any patrol.

 

Cape May Point Beach Tags

Beach Tags Required: Everyone 12 and over must have a beach tag to access any Cape May Point Beach from the 3rd Saturday in June through Labor Day.

Beach Tag Rates

2019 Beach Tags will be on sale at a reduced rate of $28 beginning May 1, 2019 to May 31, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 7 days a week, at the Cape May Point Municipal Building in the Beach Director’s Office. (Closed Memorial Day)

Seasonal Tags can be purchased through the mail and will be held at the Borough Building until your arrival.  Make checks payable to “Borough of CMP” allowing for $28 per tag.  Checks will not be accepted prior to April 15, 2019.  Checks must be received prior to June 1st.

After Memorial Day:

Daily………………………………$10.00
Weekly (Sat -Sat)……………$25.00
Seasonal…………………………$35.00

Children UNDER the AGE of 12 are FREE!

All tags can be purchased on the beach beginning June 16th from any Beach Tag Inspector


Active Duty and Military Veterans Tag Program

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The Municipal Boundaries for Cape May Point Beaches are from the State Park (Lighthouse Avenue) up to and including the Alexander Avenue Jetty…these areas require Cape May Point Beach Tags. Cape May Point Beach Tags are ONLY valid on our beaches and likewise, our tags are not accepted on other area beaches.


Please Be Safe, Be Alert and Swim near a Lifeguard. Obey Signs and Instructions and Enjoy!

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