In 2010 Cape May County generated $5.275 Billion
Second in the State after Atlantic County. Total statewide $35.5 billion
Spending in NJ was flat in 2010 and visitation was up, Cape May
County bucked that trend in 2010 with a 5.4% increase.
Cape May County performed quite well during the Recession and lead
the way in recovery for the entire state of NJ.
Ken McGill, EVP, Vantage Strategy
Cape May County reached new heights statewide, rental income was
up, generating a record $1.7 billion in 2010.
Entertainment/amusements spending is the highest in the state.
With 24% of total statewide accommodations in Cape May County,
approximately $16.85 million in Occupancy taxes was paid in 2010
Data provided by Vantage Strategy for Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism