Beaches In Nj

The best beaches in New Jersey are world known and not just for the Jersey Shore party scene. Offering the adventure of the Eastern sea board, amazing beaches and surfing opportunities, the Jersey beaches are a great getaway for your next family vacation. Consider the beaches benefits of the 38 beaches to find the one right for you. Most New Jersey beaches charge either a daily, weekly or seasonal fee. Check with the beach officials or the visitors center for a fee schedule.

  1. Monmouth County Beaches. Monmouth County harbors 38 beaches ranging from general day use beaches to country club style private beaches. Among these beaches is Keansburg Amusement Park. The beach is located next to the amusement park with easy access. The beach does not have a fee and has showers. Metered parking is available. 
  2. Ocean County Beaches. Equipped with 32 beaches and clubs, Ocean County is one of the most visited counties in the New Jersey shoreline. Among their beaches is Toms River. Toms River includes a number of private clubs as well. Visitors can spend time at the main beach for a small daily fee. If you're interested in joining the yacht or other private club, ask for information from the New Jersey visitors center.
  3. Atlantic County Beaches. Best known for its Atlantic City beach, this county houses five beaches. Atlantic City offers casinos, party life, shopping and luxury living. Atlantic City beach is also home to the famous Boardwalk at Bartram Avenue.
  4. Cape May County Beaches. Cape May County is home to thirteen beaches and offers a wide variety of beach and visitor life. Avalon Beach is the most well equipped beach with disability access, lifeguard, restrooms, showers and parking. There are fees and the beach is closed for beach protection days. To find out more, consult with the New Jersey visitors center.

New Jersey beaches offer a unique experience different to that than the southern East coast and other parts of the country. Whether you're looking to party, relax or do a little shopping and gambling, there is a New Jersey beach to fit your needs. 

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