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Stretching along the Atlantic Ocean, the Jersey Shore is popular for its diverse beaches that provide relaxation, fun and entertainment for people of all ages. The beaches along New Jersey’s beautiful coastline are known having some of the most exciting boardwalks, magnificent beach houses, best restaurants, and great water sports among the many attractions that they offer. From quaint villages and quiet towns to vibrant cities and amusement piers, there’s something for everyone at the Jersey Shore.

Discover which shore towns produce small, relaxing communities and which towns’ famous attractions draw in hundreds of thousands of visitors each summer. Find out the best beaches in New Jersey for family fun activities from boating, kayaking, surfing and fishing to exploring nature and wildlife from legendary lighthouses and at coastal parks alongside the Jersey Shore. Here’s your guide to New Jersey’s beautiful beaches including information about daily, weekly, and seasonal beach tag fees.


Allenhurst
Flickr user Sister72

Allenhurst

With the Atlantic Ocean on one side and Deal Lake on the other, the small town of Allenhurst is a Monmouth County beach town located just minutes north of Asbury Park. Allenhurst attracts visitors and residents who enjoy the town’s quaint Victorian and Tudor-style homes, its pristine beach, and its great restaurants.

Official Site

Allenhurst Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$7 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Asbury Park
Flickr user Sister72

Asbury Park

A premier Monmouth County landmark with rich history in music and the arts, Asbury Park boasts a unique selection of shops, restaurants, nightlife, concerts and events since its recent revival in the early 2000s. While the boardwalk features amazing artwork and many local favorites, the beautiful sandy beach draws people of all ages for swimming, surfing, and fun in the sun. With its affiliation to several musicians and bands including the Jersey native Bruce Springsteen, Asbury Park has many renowned landmarks such as The Stone Pony, Asbury Park Convention Hall, Asbury Lanes, the Paramount Theater, and of course, the famous painting of the smiling “Tillie” at the Wonder Bar.

Official Site | Link to Tillie | Facebook

Asbury Park Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5/$6 on weekends N/A $70 $20 (63+) 12 & Under Veterans

Atlantic City
Flickr user Kamoteus (A New Beginning)

Atlantic City

Unlike most of New Jersey’s beaches, there’s no beach tag required on the free beach of Atlantic City. Since its “golden age” of the Prohibition era, Atlantic City remains a world-renowned resort, known for its lavish casinos, busy boardwalk, and major conventions. Atlantic City’s casinos aren’t just for gambling; many have made several expansions to include luxury hotels, high-end shops, concert halls, restaurants and electrifying nightlife. Kids of all ages love the amusement rides and fun arcades and shops along the boardwalk.

Official Site | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Atlantic City Beach Fees

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FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

Avalon
Flickr user rob.wiss

Avalon

Deemed one of New Jersey’s safest beaches, Avalon is small shore town of Cape May County with a beautiful, gentle beach with natural dunes. Because of Avalon’s great geographic location, it claims to be “cooler by a mile”. The back bays of Avalon attract people who enjoy fishing, boating, and water sports of all kinds. Avalon is tucked between the busier towns of Atlantic City and Wildwood, providing visitors a quieter, more relaxing option for a shore vacation.

Official Site | Facebook

Avalon Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$6 $12 $26 N/A 12 & Under N/A

Avon By The Sea
Susan Meads Pope

Avon-By-The-Sea

Avon is another Victorian shore town located in Monmouth County. As one of New Jersey’s best kept secrets, Avon is one of New Jersey’s quietest beach communities. Even the boardwalk is quiet at Avon as visitors dine, exercise, relax and take in the ocean wave sounds and beautiful beach views. Avon’s riverside marina also attracts fishing and boating enthusiasts from all over.

Official Site

Avon-By-The-Sea Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$9 N/A $90 $45 (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Barnegat
Flickr user thisisbossi

Barnegat Light

Barnegat Light is a tiny shore town located at the northernmost tip of Ocean County’s Long Beach Island. One of New Jersey’s best fishing locations, Barnegat Light is known for its distinguished State Park housing “Old Barney”, the legendary 172-foot tall lighthouse. There, thousands of visitors each year visit Old Barney to enjoy the beautiful view and revel in the many diverse bird species that the Barnegat Lighthouse State Park has to offer.

Official Site

Barnegat Light Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5 $20 $35 $10 (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Bay Head
Flickr user wka

Bay Head

Known as the quaint “country village by the sea”, Bay Head’s rich history with Victorian homes, unique shops, a beautiful beach and a non-commercial boardwalk give it a relaxing appeal that few Jersey Shore towns offer. Visitors and locals enjoy sun bathing, fishing, boating, and various water sports at this quiet getaway along the pleasant shore of Bay Head each year.

Official Site

Bayhead Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$7 N/A $70 N/A 12 & Under N/A

 

Beach Haven
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Beach Haven

Beach Haven is one of the most popular beaches of Long Beach Island as its family-friendly attractions draw in crowds of tourists each summer. While there are no boardwalks along the beaches of “LBI”, families flock to Beach Haven for its fun shops, fantastic restaurants and some of New Jersey’s most exciting amusements – Thundering Surf Water park and Fantasy Island Amusement park with rides, arcade games and more.

Official Site | Fantasy Island

Beach Haven Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5 $20 $40 Free (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Belmar
Flickr user tedkerwin

Belmar

Belmar is home to some of New Jersey’s greatest shore events such as the New Jersey Seafood Festival, the New Jersey Sand Castle Contest, and one of the state’s largest Saint Patrick’s Day parades. Known for its fun beach, fantastic nightlife and flavorful restaurants, Belmar is one of Monmouth County’s most popular summertime attractions. Although a busy shore town, it maintains a community feel that beach-goers enjoy.

Official Site | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Belmar Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$7 N/A $50 $15 (65+) 14 & Under Active Military

Bradley Beach
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Bradley Beach

Adjacent to Ocean Grove, Bradley Beach attracts visitors each summer who take pleasure in relaxing, sunbathing along the pleasant beach. Its quiet boardwalk is great for walking, jogging, biking and more. Like most Jersey Shore towns, Bradley beach has fine dining, unique shops and family-friendly entertainment.

Official Site

Bradley Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$7/$8 on weekends N/A $65 $25 (62+) 13 & Under N/A

Brigantine
Flickr user Chris Potako

Brigantine

The island of Brigantine is a South Jersey family-friendly resort town with a beautiful, safe beach that offers fun for people all ages. Overlooking the Atlantic City casino skyline, Brigantine offers a peaceful haven just minutes away from the action-packed city amusements nearby. Families enjoy all types of beach ventures from sun bathing, swimming, boating and fishing to special activities such as even whale watching, while leaving room for fun at the unique inland attractions and great restaurants.

Official Site

Brigantine Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$8 $14 $18 FREE (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Cape May
Flickr user runneralan2004

Cape May

Situated at New Jersey’s southernmost tip, beautiful Cape May is one of the nation’s oldest resort towns. Cape May is also proudly recognized as one of America’s Top 10 Beaches as it is known for its gorgeous Victorian homes and its clean and quiet beaches along the Cape May Peninsula. A great family town, there’s so much to do from swimming, boating and fishing to live entertainment, art shows. Kids love to explore the natural environment by the sea by visiting Cape May’s bird observatory and the Cape May County Zoo.

Official Site | Cape May Zoo

Cape May City Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5 $15 $25 N/A 12 & Under N/A

Cape May Point Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$7 $17 $27 N/A N/A N/A

Chadwick Island
chadwickbeachnj.org

Chadwick Beach

Just above Dover Beaches South, or Ortley Beach, is the area of Dover Beaches North including several tiny beaches as part of the Barnegat Peninsula. Alongside Normandy Beach on route 35 is the residential shore community of Chadwick Beach with fun shops, recreational areas, a marina, and beautiful bayside and Oceanside beaches. Its close proximity to Seaside Heights offers vacationers a peaceful contrast after a day of boardwalk fun and excitement.

Official Site


Deal
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Deal

Known for its magnificent mansions, the 1.2 square mile borough of Deal is an eye-catching, beautiful Monmouth County town located just minutes north of Asbury Park. Deal offers a great mix of private pristine beaches, brilliant architectures, and a commercial downtown with shops and great restaurants.

Official Site

Deal Beach Fees

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$6/$7 weekends/holidays N/A $100 N/A N/A N/A

Harvey Cedars
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Harvey Cedars

Harvey Cedars is a delightful Long Beach Island borough along North Long Beach Island Boulevard toward Barnegat Light. With Barnegat Bay on its west and the Atlantic Ocean on its east, Harvey Cedars provides endless water activities and fun and relaxation in the sun. Fishing is popular in the area with Barnegat’s Shell Pond located directly across the bay. The bayside of Harvey Cedars also offers one of the best places at the Jersey Shore to view the sunset.

Official Site

Harvey Cedars Beach Fees

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$6 $20 $40 N/A N/A N/A

Island Beach State Park
Flickr user LikeSpinningPlates

Island Beach State Park

Island Beach State Park is located just south of the popular town of Seaside Park in Ocean County, yet it couldn’t be more opposite. Operated by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry, Island Beach State Park is the largest reserve of undeveloped barrier island in New Jersey with a large natural area spanning over 1,200 acres. Island Beach State Park perfectly combines trees and wildlife with a beautiful sandy beach where visitors enjoy swimming, kayaking, fishing, and more.

Official Site


Lavalette
Flickr user alisonpavlos

Lavallette

A small town just north of Seaside Heights with one of the state’s quietest shore community, the borough of Lavallette boasts a shore town with a peaceful bay and beautiful oceanfront beach. Visitors come back to Lavalette each year for water activities such as swimming, kayaking, surfing, crabbing, fishing and boating and for fun and relaxation in the sun. Lavallette’s boardwalk is great for walking, jogging, biking, or just enjoying the gorgeous views beyond the dunes.

Official Site

Lavallette Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$7 $12 $40 $14 (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Loch Arbour
Flickr user asburyparksteve

Loch Arbour

Tucked away between Asbury Park and Allenhurst is the tiny village town of Loch Arbour. Just two blocks wide and five blocks long, Loch Arbour is Monmouth County’s smallest town, encompassing Deal Lake to the west and the Atlantic Ocean on its east side. Lined with beautiful trees and spectacular homes, Loch Arbour is a small shore town that people visit each year for beach fun, water sports and relaxation.

Official Site

Lavallette Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5/$8 weekends/holidays N/A $90 $50 (62+) 12 & Under N/A

Long Branch
Flickr user LancerE

Long Branch

Just minutes north on Ocean Avenue from Asbury Park is the blossoming Monmouth County shore town of Long Branch. Once a quiet shore community, Long Branch’s newly constructed Pier Village has recently brought both locals and tourists to the this exciting oceanfront attraction. Pier Village integrates beachfront condominium homes with unique shops, tasty restaurants, and great nightlife. Those who prefer a quieter day in the sun find some of New Jersey’s most peaceful beaches adjacent to Long Branch’s Pier Village location, where they can delight in exercising along the boardwalk, sunbathing or perhaps a day of fishing.

Official Site | Pier Village

Long Branch Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5/$7 weeknds/holidays N/A $90 Free (62+) 13 & Under Military

Longport
longport-nj.us

Longport

Recognized by its smiley-faced friendly water tower, the beautifully quaint town of Longport is located at the southern tip of Absecon island, encompassing ½ mile of land surrounded by the bay and the Atlantic Ocean on its sides. The small residential town is sprinkled with sizable lavish homes and beautiful cottages along its pristine quiet beach. Those who prefer thrills and amusements enjoy that Longport is just 15 minutes south of the Atlantic City attractions.

Official Site

Longport Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
None (must buy weekly) $10 $30 N/A 12 & Under N/A

Loveladies
Flickr user thisisbossi

Loveladies

Part of the northern end of Long Beach Island hidden between Harvey Cedars and Barnegat Light is the small community of Loveladies. With beautiful bayside homes and a relaxing beach, Loveladies is a local favorite. Many appreciate its harbor, its close proximity to “Old Barney”, Barnegat Light’s legendary lighthouse and its surrounding Barnegat Lighthouse State Park.

Unofficial Site

Loveladies Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5 $20 $40 $5 (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Manasquan
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Manasquan

The borough of Manasquan in Monmouth County attracts tourists each summer to its great beach, fine dining and exciting nightlife. A popular surfing location, the Manasquan inlet is home to some of the state’s greatest water sport events. Also located at the inlet is the Monmouth County Park System’s Fisherman’s Cove Conservation Area – a great local spot for fishing, exercising trails and even sun bathing.

Official Site

Manasquan Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$6 $30 $70 $25 (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Margate
Flickr user Jim, the Photographer

Margate

Home of the oldest example of zoological architecture and the six-story high historical landmark known as Lucy the Elephant, the town of Margate is just 5.3 miles south of Atlantic City. Margate is great for fishing and watersports as it is surrounded by a bay to one side its beautiful, clean beach on the Atlantic Ocean side. Visitors and locals also enjoy Margate’s spectacular restaurants and various outdoor activities and entertainment every summer.

Official Site | Lucy the Elephant

Margate Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
None None $15 N/A 12 & Under N/A

Ocean City
ewan traveler

Ocean City

Consistently ranked high among America’s best family resorts, Cape May County’s Ocean City beach is a premier location for people of all ages who enjoy fun in the sun. Ocean City is known for its exciting boardwalk with great amusements for kids like Gillian’s Wonderland Pier and Water Park, and for its great shops, food, activities and special events. While Ocean City is packed with fun for kids, adults enjoy its close proximity to Atlantic City (just a 20 minute drive away).

Official Site | Gillian’s Wonderland Pier and Water Park

Ocean City Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5 $10 $25 N/A 12 & Under N/A

Ocean Grove
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Ocean Grove

Situated just south of Asbury Park, Ocean Grove has a rich history that is evident through its high concentration of Victorian architecture as seen throughout the town’s homes, quaint downtown shops, unique eateries, parks, and Victorian inns. Its serene boardwalk and beautiful beach draws visitors each summer for a relaxing getaway from the more commercial, noisier beaches of New Jersey.

Official Site

Ocean Grove Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$7 $35 $70 $40 (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Ortley Beach
ortley-beach.com

Ortley Beach

Also referred to as Dover Beaches South, Ortley Beach is an unincorporated area of the Ocean County town of Toms River. It is a small shore community occupying only one-quarter square mile of area between Lavallette and lively Seaside Heights. Vacationers enjoy its close proximity to Island Beach State Park as well. The bay and oceanfront areas of Ortley offer exciting water adventures and beach fun in the sun for people of all ages. Ortley Beach also has great restaurants, an acclaimed arcade and a popular place for entertainment and nightlife with the addition of the Surf Club.

Unofficial Website | Surf Club


Point Pleasant
Point Pleasant Beach (Facebook)

Point Pleasant

One of the most popular New Jersey shore towns, Point Pleasant offers action-packed fun for the whole family at its vibrant boardwalk. There, visitors love the great food, shops, beachfront bars, and exciting amusements. Point Pleasant’s famous attraction, Jenkinson’s Boardwalk brings tourists of all ages who enjoy its aquarium, arcade games, and fantastic amusement rides.

Official Site | Jenkinson’s Boardwalk

Point Pleasant (Jenkinson’s)

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$8/$9 Weekends $60 $85 $60 (62+) 12 & Under N/A

Point Pleasant (Risden’s)

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$8/$9 Weekends $65 $90 N/A 4 & Under N/A

Sandy Hook
sandyhookretreat.com

Sandy Hook

Sandy Hook offers seven miles of beach on both its bay and ocean sides where visitors enjoy swimming, surfing, fishing and relaxing in the sun throughout the summer months. Since its discovery in the early 1600s, the 1,665-acre peninsula known as Sandy Hook is a place that possesses historical significance with its statues and monuments as well as a beautiful natural forest with wildlife including over 250 species of birds. Another little-known feature of Sandy Hook is the spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline from its bayside.

Official Site

Sandy Hook Beach Fees

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$15 (Daily Parking Fee) N/A $75 (Seasonal Parking Fee) N/A N/A N/A

Sea Bright
Flickr user DanCentury

Sea Bright

Sea Bright is the southern part of the barrier peninsula Sandy Hook, with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Shrewsbury River on the other. The borough of Sea Bright is known for its seven private beach clubs, its great restaurants and nightlife and its fun-filled water adventures.. Just an hour and ten minutes from New York City, visitors enjoy Sea Bright’s pleasant shore community and gorgeous beach.

Official Site

Sea Bright Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$8 N/A $100 $35 (65+) 12 & Under Active Military

Sea Girt
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Sea Girt

Sea Girt is widely acclaimed as one of the quietest beaches in New Jersey. From its well-manicured boardwalk, beach-goers can see a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean. There also lies the historic lighthouse, as the boardwalk spans from the beginning of Sea Girt to the end of town. While Sea Girt is less crowded, visitors partake in similar activities to other New Jersey beaches such as swimming, surfing, sunbathing, fishing and more.

Official Site

Sea Girt Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$8 N/A $100 $55 (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Sea Isle City
Flickr user wfyurasko

Sea Isle City

A South Jersey gem, Sea Isle City’s beach lies in Cape May County and encompasses the a community feel along with ocean-side fun, delicious restaurants, fantastic bars and popular events such as the annual Polar Bear Plunge each winter. Getting to Sea Isle is easy (exit 17 off the Garden State Parkway) and its gorgeous sandy beach makes it well worth the trip.

Official Site

Sea Isle City Beach Fees

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$5 $10 $25 N/A N/A N/A

Seaside Heights
Flickr user joiseyshowaa

Seaside Heights

Besides being home to the MTV hit, “Jersey Shore”, Seaside Heights is a fun-filled shore town with a boardwalk packed with fun shops, great bars, restaurants and beach fun for the whole family. Famous to Seaside Heights are its entertaining amusement areas: Funtown Pier, Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach Water Park. There, visitors experience thrilling rides and play games, taking their day at the beach to the next level. Another legendary landmark of Seaside Heights is the chair lift that quickly transports visitors from one end of boardwalk to the other. Seaside Park, just blocks away from Seaside Heights houses a beautiful white sands beach, providing tranquility and gorgeous scenery to those who prefer a more quiet scene.

Seaside Heights | Seaside Park | Jersey Shore | Breakwater Beach Water Park | Casino Pier | Funtown Pier

Seaside Heights Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5 N/A $45 $10 Lifetime (65+) 12 & Under Active Military

Ship Bottom
Flickr user danielle_blue

Ship Bottom

The “Gateway to Long Beach Island”, Ship Bottom is the first borough upon arrival into the island’s mainland. Although there is no boardwalk on any borough of LBI, Ship Bottom is packed with fun shops, fantastic restaurants and tons of beach houses to complete a family’s vacation. Just a quarter-mile wide surrounded by both bay and sea, Ship Bottom’s water sports are endless with plenty of space for fun at the beach for the whole family.

Official Site

Ship Bottom Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$5 $20 $40 $10 12 & Under N/A

Spring Lake
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Spring Lake

Spring Lake is a small and elegant resort town with one of Monmouth County’s cleanest, most beautiful beaches. In fact, Spring Lake is referred to as the “Jewel of the Jersey Shore” and is known for having the longest non-commercial boardwalk in New Jersey. Like many smaller New Jersey shore towns, the beach-goers are mostly locals who enjoy jogging, walking, or cycling along the boardwalk as well as relaxing on the sand and partaking in various water sports.

Official Site

Spring Lake Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$9 $60 $100 N/A 12 & Under N/A

Stone Harbor
Flickr user marc.cappelletti

Stone Harbor

With the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intercoastal Waterway to the left, the seven mile island of Stone Harbor is packed with gorgeous sloping beaches, quaint shops, great restaurants and fun for all ages. Situated in Cape May County between North Wildwood and Avalon, Stone Harbor offers relaxing beaches, sports and activities, and water adventures from fishing and surfing to jet skiing and more.

Official Site

Stone Harbor Beach Fees

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$6 $12 $26 N/A 12 & Under N/A

Strathmere
Flickr user Andylaure

Strathmere

A South Jersey secret, the pleasant shore town of Strathmere is located just 8 minutes away from Atlantic City, between Ocean City and Sea Isle City and is part of Cape May County’s Upper Township. 100 years ago its name was changed to Strathmere, previously referred to as Corson’s Inlet because the shore surrounds Corson’s Inlet waterway. Therefore, it is still famously described as the “town that can’t be found”. Another little known feature of the beautiful Strathmere seashore is that its beach is free, as opposed to other Jersey Shore beaches.

Unofficial Site

Strathmere Beach Fees

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FREE FREE FREE N/A N/A N/A

Surf City
Flickr user mnapoleon

Surf City

Named Surf City for its legendary strong tides, the 18-mile long and quarter-mile wide Long Beach Island borough of Surf City provides a relaxing beach with water adventures and fun for the whole family. While Surf City is one of the first towns at the entrance into Long Beach Island, it is a quieter town with small shops and restaurants.

Official Site

Surf City Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
$6 $17 $35 Free (65+) 12 & Under N/A

Ventnor
Flickr user SineadFriel

Ventnor

Adjacent to Atlantic City lies the shore community of Ventnor City with great residential diversity. Just a few blocks away from the excitement of Atlantic City, Ventnor has its own entertainment and dining options while offering a much quieter beach or bayside experience to visitors. Ventnor’s legendary pier stretching out above the ocean allows for magnificent views of the casino skyline and the great Atlantic Ocean.

Official Site

Ventnor Beach Fees

Daily Weekly Seasonal Senior Seasonal Free for Kids Deals
None (must buy weekly) $5 $15 N/A N/A N/A

Wildwood
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Wildwood

Built during the 1950s and 1960s, Wildwood’s rich history is evident today as its landmarks have maintained the era’s Doo-Wop theme. Another highly-ranked favorite among Americans, Wildwood draws huge crowds each summer as tourists flock to the free beach and boardwalk for games, great eats, the famous “Tramcar”, big events and entertaining nightlife. Wildwood is home to the celebrated attractions at Morey’s Piers including exciting amusement rides and fantastic water parks. Besides the popular city of Wildwood, “The Wildwoods” also includes the quieter towns of Wildwood Crest and North Wildwood.

Official Site

Wildwood Beach Fees

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FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

 

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