The Cape May County Coast Guard Community Festival is presented by the Cape May County Coast Guard Community Foundation in partnership with the County of Cape May and its 16 municipalities, the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, the City of Cape May and community sponsors.
The festival honors the men and women of the United States Coast Guard and celebrates the county’s designation as a Coast Guard Community. The designation was awarded after approval by the United States Coast Guard and an Act of Congress in 2015.
Considered by many to be the Coast Guard’s hometown, the festival takes place at Training Center Cape May (TRACEN) - the only active Boot Camp for Coast Guard recruits in the United States. Learn more about this FREE event at www.coastguardcommunity.org
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