Cape May County Post Offices

3219 Dune Dr
Avalon, New Jersey 08202

615 S Route 9
Cape May Court House, New Jersey 08210

408 Yale Ave
Cape May Point, New Jersey 08212

1 Munro Ave
Cape May, New Jersey 08204

24 Hall Ave
Dennisville, New Jersey 08214

349 Route 47 N
Goshen, New Jersey 08218

501 Route 47 S
Green Creek, New Jersey 08219

120 Tuckahoe Rd
Marmora, New Jersey 08223

859 Ocean Ave
Ocean City, New Jersey 08226

556 Sea Isle Blvd Unit H
Ocean View, New Jersey 08230

1087 Route 47 S
Rio Grande, New Jersey 08242

145 John F Kennedy Blvd
Sea Isle City, New Jersey 08243

231 County Rd
South Dennis, New Jersey 08245

493 Kings Hwy
South Seaville, New Jersey 08246

9601 2nd Ave
Stone Harbor, New Jersey 08247

9 Commonwealth Ave
Strathmere, New Jersey 08248

2250 Route 50
Tuckahoe, New Jersey 08250

1814 Bayshore Rd Ste 1
Villas, New Jersey 08251

207 W Main St
Whitesboro, New Jersey 08252

3311 Atlantic Ave
Wildwood, New Jersey 08260

642 Washington Ave
Woodbine, New Jersey 08270

Cape May County

There are 21 US Post Offices in Cape May County serving a total of 97,909 residents equating to 4,662 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 156,274 packages are handled across the 21 county post offices annually. Cape May County is the southernmost county in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The county's Census-estimated population was 94,727 in 2015, a 2.6% decrease from the 97,265 enumerated at the 2010 United States Census, in turn decreasing by 5,061 (-4.9%) from the 102,326 counted in the 2000 Census, retaining its position as the state's second-least populous county. Cape May was one of only two counties to lose population in the decade since 2000; the decline was the largest percentage decrease of any county statewide and the second-largest in absolute terms. A consistently popular summer destination with 30 miles (48 km) of beaches, Cape May attracts vacationers from New Jersey and surrounding states, with the summer population exceeding 800,000. Tourism generates annual revenues of $5.3 billion, making it the county's single largest industry, with leisure and hospitality being Cape May's largest employment category. The county is part of the Ocean City, NJ Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the Philadelphia-Reading-Camden, PA-NJ-DE-MD Combined Statistical Area. Its county seat is the Cape May Court House section of Middle Township. The county was named for Cornelius Jacobsen Mey, a Dutch captain who explored and charted the area from 1611 to 1614, and established a claim for the province of New Netherland."