West Cape May honors its vital agricultural heritage with its festivals in Wilbraham Park that celebrate the fruits of the harvest. We are already looking forward to the Strawberry Festival, the first Saturday in June-June 4th! June 28th is the first West Cape May Farmer's Market in Backyard Park by Borough Hall and they'll continue every Tuesday through August 30th from 3-7:30pm.  We can't wait! 
Visitors flock to the Tomato Fest, September 3rd and the Lima Bean Festival, October 8th.  It's always best to reserve your room early.  Other West Cape May festival dates are:  June 18th (Rain Date June 19th)- Greater Cape May Historical Society Antiques & Fine Craft Market; July 9th- The Ladies Auxiliary of the Peterson Little Post #386 Flea Market, July 23rd- The WCM Elementary School PTA "Art in the Park"; August 6th- Macedonia Baptist Church "Vendors in the Park, and August 20th- WCM History Committee Art in the Park and Rea’s Harvest Country Fair – Saturday October 15th, rain date Sunday October 16th. Enjoy the photo galleries below!

West Cape May Strawberry Festival

June 4th, 2016 9am-5pm

Sponsored by the West Cape May Business Association, the Strawberry Festival has become an eagerly anticipated event each spring. Strawberries abound in both edible and non-edible form. Held on Saturday, June 4th. The rain date is 6/5/16.

Contact:  Diane Flanegan. 324 Broadway, West Cape May. 609-884-9325.

West Cape May Farmers Market


Tuesday, June 28th- August 30th, 2016 3-7:30pm

Come for the produce...linger for the wonderful sense of community as the sun begins to dip. Make tuesdays your "no-cook" night and grab a light dinner from one of the vendors- from BBQ to tacos to empanadas!  The West Cape May Farmers Market features not only fresh produce and herbs, but, among others, purveyors of antiques, live art demonstrations, live music, fresh coffee, seafood, kettle corn and ice cream.

West Cape May Tomato Festival


September 3rd, 2016 9am-5pm

The Tomato Festival celebrates everyone's favorite fruit of summer and there are plenty of them on hand to sample- from tomato pies to empanadas.  Don't forget your souvenir t-shirt! The rain date is 9/4/2016.  Call Barbara Collins at 609 408-2556 for more information.






West Cape May Lima Bean Festival


October 8th, 2016 9am-5pm

The lowly legume takes center stage beginning at 9:00AM and delights locals and visitors alike with her vast array of recipes, crafts and products available. The event moves to 10/9/2016 in case of rain.  Call Barbara Collins at 609 408-2556 for more information.