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Active duty Coast Guard Personnel and their dependents, CG Reservists and their dependents, retired personnel and their dependents, members of the Public Health Service serving with the Coast Guard and their dependents and full time civilian employees working for the Coast Guard are authorized to utilize the various sports facilities.
The fitness center has full array of free weights, Cybex equipment (60 pieces), stair masters, and stationery bikes. The multi-purpose Gym includes a volleyball court and six basketball hoops (one full size court or two half court play areas). Locker rooms are available for Officers, Chiefs, enlisted (E-6 and below) and civilians (both male and female) that are equipped with lockers and showers.
|Monday thru Friday 0500-2100|
|Active Duty, Civilian Employees, Dependents, Retirees, Auxiliarists, Active Duty Reservists, Local Police & Guests (must be with sponsor at all times)
|Active Duty, Civilian Employees, Dependents, Retirees, Auxilarists, Active Duty Reservists, Local Police, & Guests (must be with sponsor at all times)|
|Active Duty, Civilian Employees, Dependents, Retirees, Auxilarists, Active Duty Reservist, Local Police, & Guests (must be with sponsor at all times)|
|Dependents under the age of 14 must be accompanied and supervised by someone 17 years or older at all times.|
|PLEASE NOTE: Racquetball courts, Tread Mills, Stair Master are for Active Duty only during lunchtime.
|Lap Swim Only||Open Swim|
|Monday thru Thursday||0645-0745 and 1130-1300||1800-2030|
Two courts with one of the courts equipped to be set up for Wallyball. Equipment available from the MWR Office includes racquets, eye protection, and balls. .
Authorized personnel may use ball fields. Reservations must be made at the MWR Office.
All authorized participants will have equal access to the picnic facilities, which will normally be available on a first come, first served basis. Reservations can be made for use of the picnic pavilion by submitting a request form (use of the facility by large groups will be limited to one-half of the sheltered area). Additionally, if there will be alcohol consumption at the event, please fill out the alcohol request form. Please return forms to the MWR Office or email email as an attachment.
These facilities are available on a first come basis.
Authorized CG MWR Patrons can access Cape May Public Beaches from the beach area behind the Oceanside Club (known as the southwest gate). There is limited parking available in the turn-around circle adjacent to the beach and the left shoulder of the road leading to the area. Beach goers will have to walk a short distance (several hundred feet) toward the water along the split rail fence bordering the Beach Club of Cape May's facility and then proceed west toward the Cape May Public beach (also known as Poverty Beach). All applicable Cape May Beach ordinances remain in effect, no dogs, alcohol, glass or littering allowed. Beach Tags are also required -- as a convenience for our MWR patrons, beach tags will be sold at the office. So avoid the crowds and the hassles of parking downtown and grab your lotion, beach chairs, and coolers and head over to the southwest gate and enjoy Cape May's beautiful beaches.