Guide to Jersey Shore Beaches and Boardwalks

Much has been written about the Jersey Shore beaches and boardwalks over the years.  Everyone knows that the Jersey Shore Is More Than just beaches. The boardwalks of New Jersey are also the where countless treasured memories are made. With Memorial day coming up this weekend we thought it would be nice to help you out with this handy guide to Jersey Shore Beaches and Boardwalks.

No two Jersey Shore destinations are the same, and in fact many are quite different. Which Monmouth or Ocean county beach or boardwalk is best for your lifestyle and enjoyment?

This guide will tell you which beaches beach have parking fees, daily beach fees, restroom availability, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions. 

Sandy Hook is a national recreation area, located off of Exit 117 on the parkway and is accessible by car or Seastreak ferry from New York. It has a $10 paid parking per car fee, restrooms, and concessions.

Sea Bright offers free parking, an $8 daily beach fee, and restrooms.

Monmouth Beach offers free parking, a $9 daily beach fee, and restrooms.

Long Branch has paid parking, and a $5 weekday beach fee and a $7 weekend beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Deal offers free parking, an $8 weekday beach fee and a $10 weekend beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, and concessions.

Allenhurst offers free parking, a $7 daily beach fee, and restrooms.

Loch Arbour offers free and paid parking, a $5 weekday beach fee and an $8 weekend beach fee, changing areas, and concessions.

Asbury Park has paid parking, a $5 weekday beach fee and a $6 weekend beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Ocean Grove offers free parking, an $8 daily beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Bradley Beach has paid parking, an $8 daily beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Avon offers free parking, a $9 daily beach fee, restrooms, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Belmar offers free and paid parking, a $7 daily beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Spring Lake offers free parking, a $10 daily beach fee, restrooms, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Sea Girt offers free parking, a $10 daily beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Manasquan has paid parking, an $8 daily beach fee, restrooms, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Point Pleasant Beach offers free and paid parking, an $8 weekday beach fee and a $9 weekend beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.  Jenkinsons Boardwalk is a great family fun place! www.Jenkinsons.com

Bay Head offers free parking and an $8 daily beach fee.

Mantoloking has a $12 daily beach fee.  Most beaches are private and beach replenishment has not occurred!

Brick offers free and paid parking, a $5 daily beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Lavallette offers free and paid parking, and a $7 daily beach fee.

Ortley Beach offers free parking, a $7 weekday beach fee and an $8 weekend beach fee, restrooms, and a boardwalk.

Seaside Heights offers free and paid parking, a $6 daily beach fee, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Seaside Park offers free and paid parking, a $10 daily beach fee, restrooms, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Island Beach State Park has paid parking, a $6 weekday and $10 weekend beach fee per car for state residents, restrooms, changing areas, a boardwalk, and concessions.

Beside the factors above, other factors to consider include location and lodging. You may not know exactly where to go, but be assured that you can’t go wrong. New Jersey has so much to offer, why not explore more than one of our Jersey Shore beaches this summer?

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