Nature Store at Two Mile Beach

Cape May National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Contact Station & Nature Store
Two Mile Beach Unit 
12001 Pacific Avenue
Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260
Phone:609-729-2635

Summer hours will be Thursday through Monday including holidays from 9 to 3. Closed on Tuesdays. After Labor Day, Fall hours will be Saturdays and Sundays until the end of October.

Check our Facebook page for any closures due to storms.
The trails are open every day from dawn to dusk year round.


Operated by volunteers, the store is open to the public, and offers a wide variety of books, pamphlets, note cards, gifts and apparel. Tee-shirts, both long and short sleeved, as well as hooded sweatshirts with the Cape May NWR logo are available, as well as horseshoe crab tees. Field guides and books by local authors and others are also available.

VOLUNTEER AT the NATURE STORE

The Nature Store is operated entirely by volunteers, who greet visitors to beautiful Two Mile Beach Unit of the Cape May NWR, and operate the retail store. All proceeds from sales at the store provide funding for programs like the trail maps at Two Mile Beach to include public information and education, biology intern support and free public events.

Have a few hours a week to help at the store?  We'd love to have you join our fun and friendly crew! No experience is necessary - we will train you. 
Contact us for more information at friendsofcapemayrefuge@gmail.com

​CLICK HERE to become a Friends member and get 10% off every purchase. 


DOGS
Sorry but dogs are never allowed on the Wildlife Refuge property according to Environmental Laws that protect beach nesting and migratory bird populations. In fact, many of our migrators have recently returned and are looking for nesting. And just a reminder, the Cape May County Two Mile Beach Unit will close to ALL traffic on April 1 for the same reason. However, our off beach trails are open year round. But our dogs are not allowed on those trails either!
Thank you for your concern and support!
Sincerely, 
Mary Beth Hueter
VP of FCMNWR