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As one of the only hotels located directly on one of the only private beaches in New Jersey, ICONA Resort Diamond Beach offers a dream NJ vacation location. Our beachfront setting in the quiet Diamond Beach section of Wildwood Crest makes us the perfect choice for family vacations, couple’s getaways, weddings, reunions, or any occasion that brings beach lovers to the Jersey Shore.
ICONA Diamond Beach
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Overlooking beautiful Diamond Beach in the Wildwood Crest area, ICONA Diamond Beach resort offers the perfect NJ vacation location: directly on one of the only private beaches in New Jersey.
Make memories to last a lifetime with a captained charter on the ICONA Yacht. With offerings from milestone birthday rides with a dock party or family outings, to client appreciation cruises or team-building excursions, the ICONA Yacht is the perfect open-air experience for those looking for fun things to do in NJ!
Lifeguard Surf Camp is led by professional ocean lifeguard and life-long surfer, Jack Moore. His enthusiasm and passion for teaching, the ocean, and surfing make for a great experience for kids or family members of any age! Sessions range from $60 for 1 time, up to a $500 unlimited package. Schedule your surf lessons in Diamond Beach today!
Whether you’re looking for a way to entertain visiting friends or relatives, or want to experience the delights of Cape May on your own or with your family,
Located on a 60-acre farm between the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay, Nauti Spirits Distillery offers artisan spirits, handcrafted from ingredients harvested from area farms.
Have a wild time as you explore more than 85 acres of beautifully maintained exhibits.
Hawk Haven Vineyard & Winery is nestled in lower Cape May County on a beautiful hundred-acre farm with 16 acres of vines.
Built in 1859, the Cape May Lighthouse is still an aid to navigation. Visitors who climb the 199 steps to the top of the lighthouse are rewarded with a spectacular panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay.
CMBC started seven years ago, with three guys making one beer in a 1,500 square-foot space. Now, they’ve got over 23,000 square feet of space and over 100 flagship, seasonal, and small-batch brews under their umbrella.