The fall season may be the best time to visit the Montreal Beach Resort in Cape May. The weather has cooled to perfect crisp temperatures and the crowds certainly have diminished from the summer. Our Cape May Hotel offers a nice relaxing experience that is a relief after a scorching and busy summer.

There is plenty to do at the shore in September and October while staying at our family-friendly resort hotel. Special  Autumn Offers from the  Montreal Beach Resort also provide a great opportunity to either explore new areas, or simply just visit your favorites.

The fall is the perfect opportunity to visit the local shops and restaurants in the area while enjoying your stay with us at the Montreal. Many shops have outside displays and the restaurants offer outdoor seating to enjoy the great weather and fall foliage. Golfing outings are even better with the cool breeze on your back rather than the hot sun beaming down. Nothing is more relaxing than watching the sun set while relaxing on the beach as the day winds to a close.

 Our own restaurant, Harrys Ocean Bar & Grille, is

Activities in the off-season

Cape May is a year-round community, and there is plenty going on throughout the fall season to make your trip to our Cape May Hotel memorable and all just minutes from our front door!

Cape May Wineries

Experience New Jersey wine country right here in Cape May! Sample award-winning wines and enjoy the unique experiences each of our wineries has to offer. And October is harvest season when grapes are harvested from the vines. For more information, visit

MAC Trolley Tours

Hop on one of MAC’s cheery red trolleys running just minutes from our beachfront resort and take a guided tour the easy and comfortable way. Knowledgeable guides will tell you everything you want to know about Americas first seaside resort, from our Victorian heritage to our seashore and maritime history and more, with plenty of fun facts sprinkled in. For more information, visit

East Lynne Theater Company

Cape May is a proven destination for theater lovers who crave the adventure of discovery. By bringing the American Spirit to the stage with its blend of provocative premieres and timeless classics, this award-winning Equity professional theater provides a portal to the past for a better understanding of the present. For more information, visit

Cape May Stage

Cape May Stage, located in the heart of the Cape May, NJ, historic district, will continue its highly anticipated 2015 theatre season this fall with lively, live entertainment.

Located at the Robert Shackleton Playhouse on the corner of Bank and Lafayette Streets, Cape May Stage features traditional, contemporary and new works in an intimate setting. Since 1987, actors, directors, and playwrights from around the country have set the standard for excellence by providing world-class theatre in a unique and historic venue. Check out their fall line-up of shows here:

Cape May County Zoo & Park

The Zoo has a full list of fall season events throughout the month of October. From festive night walks to Boo at the Zoo, there something for the entire family to enjoy! For more information, visit

Village Sampler Weekend

This event is great for families because of the fun activities it offers such as tours and crafts.  There are even antique vendors there to offer amazing gifts for the family to remember the great time they had down in Cape May. And the best part about the event is that it is free for anyone that wants to attend. The event runs from the 24th to the 25th of September. For more information, visit

Victorian Weekend

The 44th annual Victorian Weekend celebrates the Victorian lifestyle which makes Cape May so special. This is the best time of year to visit the Montreal Beach Resort and Victorian Cape May and celebrate the unique heritage of Americas first seashore resort. Enjoy a weekend of exciting and entertaining activities from history to murder mysteries, plus historic house tours, food and wine events and much, much more. Event festivities take place Friday, October 7 to Sunday, October 10. For more information, visit

A Channeling Dinner with Craig McManus

A fall buffet dinner at will take place on Saturday, October 8 at 7 p.m. which includes a selection of beer and wine. After dinner, Craig McManus, the psychic medium, will walk around the room and channel for the group. He cant channel for every person and does not promise to get to every table, but will try to read as many energies coming through as he can in the two hours. Tickets are $85 per person and must be purchased in advance.

Halloween Happenings

Friday, October 14 – Monday, October 31
Boo! And we’re not kidding! Cape May is one of the most haunted places in America and if you get a thrill from things that go bump in the night, the Montreal Beach Resort and Cape May is the place for you!

 A Walk with the Ghost Writer

Take a one-hour walking tour led by psychic medium and ghostwriter Craig McManus. For more information, visit

Midnight at the Physick Estate

25 lucky people each night get to spend midnight in the haunted Physick Estate with author and ghost investigator Craig McManus. For more information, visit

Phantoms of the Physick Estate

This popular tour focuses on the estate’s “spirited” residents. For more information, visit

Scarecrow Alley

Scarecrow Alley, on the grounds of the Physick Estate, showcases homemade scarecrowsfrom the ghoulishly gruesome to the foolishly funny. For more information, visit

Tea & Confessions

Three of history’s most notorious women come for tea at the Carriage House Cafe & Tearoom at the Physick Estate. For more information, visit

Trick or Treat at the Physick Estate

Little ghosts and goblins are welcome to stop by on Halloween. For more information, visit

25th Annual Pumpkin Festival:
Presented by the Lower Township Rotary Club

Its the spookiest time of the yea! Celebrate all things Halloween and autumn at the 25th Annual Pumpkin Festival. This fun, free event will take place on the grounds of Historic Cold Spring Village on Saturday, October 15th from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Rain date: Sunday, October 16th) and is presented by the Lower Township Rotary Club. Admission is free. Guests are encouraged to donate non-perishable goods to the Share the HarvestFood Drive. Families can enjoy pumpkin painting and games throughout the day. A variety of crafters will sell their wares and vendors will also be selling hot dogs, funnel cake, and other snacks. Visit a haunted house at the Village Barn and hop on a fall hayride through the farm. Dont miss the Childrens Halloween Parade. For more information, visit

For a full list of Cape May Halloween scheduled events, visit Decide what you want to do, call our family-friendly beachfront resort for the best rates and rooms, and well see you in September and October!

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