Getting Around: Shuttle Service to Cape May and Lewes
WE'LL DO THE DRIVINGDaily shuttle service to Cape May is now available from the Cape May terminal!
Shuttle service is available from the Cape May terminal to downtown Cape May every day. through Labor Day (running to/from the Cape May Welcome Center at 609 Lafayette Street).
Shuttle service is $5 per passenger, and reservations are required.
In compliance with CDC regulations for public transportation, masks are required for all passengers aboard the shuttles (shuttles are considered public transportation).
The shuttle travels a single route between the Cape May terminal and the Cape May Welcome Center at 609 Lafayette Street; there are no other stops.
Shuttles meet incoming departures at the Cape May terminal from 10am - 4:30pm to bring passengers into Cape May.
Passengers looking to return to the Cape May terminal in time for the 6pm return departure to Lewes will want to make sure to check with the shuttle driver to confirm when the last shuttle leaves the Cape May Welcome Center. Generally this is around 5pm, but we suggest checking with your shuttle driver to confirm exact time.
LewesIn Lewes, DART bus service is available from the Lewes terminal via the Route 204 bus.
From restaurants and shops to biking trails, sandy beaches, boardwalks and so much more, there's plenty to do and see on both sides of the Delaware Bay. And with the Cape May-Lewes Ferry's shuttle options, you can access it all without the stress of having to get behind the wheel of your vehicle! Simply leave your vehicle at our Cape May or Lewes terminals (where parking, even overnight, is free at the terminal), walk aboard as a foot passenger and enjoy the 85-minute cruise, then hop on the appropriate bus/shuttle to get your to your preferred destination.
Looking for a slightly more adventurous way to get around Cape May or Lewes? Check out Pedego Electric Bikes, which are available for rent from both the Cape May and Lewes terminals this summer!