CAPE MAY COUNTY PARK & ZOO

I acknowledge that visiting the Cape May County Park & Zoo (Park & Zoo) involve inherent and unanticipated risks that may cause physical or emotional injury, or damage to myself, to property, or to third parties. I understand that these risks cannot be eliminated without changing the nature, value and appeal of the Park & Zoo. I fully understand the risk and dangers associated with my visit to the Park & Zoo, and I expressly agree and promise to accept and assume all of the risks existing or that my occur at the Park & Zoo.

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Near By Attractions

17th Century The earliest inhabitants of the peninsula we call Cape May were the Kechemeche Indians of the Lenni-Lenape tribe who mainly hunted these grounds. Following sighting by Sir Henry Hudson in 1609, and exploration by Cornelius Jacobsen Mey in 1621, the first residents purchased land from the Indians in the 1630s and developed a prosperous fishing and whaling industry. English colonists from Connecticut and Massachusetts, by the late 17th century, had further developed whaling and introduced farming to this area now known as Cape Island.

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ATLANTIC CITY CASINOS

I acknowledge that visiting the Cape May County Park & Zoo (Park & Zoo) involve inherent and unanticipated risks that may cause physical or emotional injury, or damage to myself, to property, or to third parties. I understand that these risks cannot be eliminated without changing the nature, value and appeal of the Park & Zoo. I fully understand the risk and dangers associated with my visit to the Park & Zoo, and I expressly agree and promise to accept and assume all of the risks existing or that my occur at the Park & Zoo.

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