Not all NJ Beaches can boast of stately 19th century residential homes along with a nice beach like Allenhurst can. Located on the Coast of Monmouth County.
- Asbury Park
The beach has a back drop of unique architecture and is recognized for hosting many fun and entertaining events at Convention Hall, the centerpiece of its magnificent boardwalk.
- Atlantic City
A beach, historic boardwalk, world-class casino gaming and entertainment. Renowned as the location of the world?s first and longest Boardwalk.
A quiet beachfront community situated on 'Seven Mile Beach Island'.
A Victorian community surrounded by three different bodies of water.
- Barnegat Light
Home of the Barnegat Lighthouse, the second tallest in the country. Popular spot for recreational fishing.
- Bay Head
A laid back town with a quiet beach. Great place for window shopping and relaxing by the ocean.
- Beach Haven
A popular destination on Long Beach Island. Filled numerous bed and breakfast inns and many upscale ocean view restaurants.
Popular beach with a mile-long boardwalk.
- Bradley Beach
Very popular for surfing. Family town with a mile-long boardwalk.
- Brant Beach
- Brick Township
Ocean, bay, and three beaches.
Wide coastal shoreline, with beautiful inlets, bays and coves.
- Brighton Beach
- Cape May
The historic streets of Cape May will take you through the oldest seashore town on the East Coast. Along with the clean beach there is much to see and do around town.
- Cape May Point
It is quiet and noncommercial at New Jersey's southernmost point. Cape May Point is home to the beautiful Cape May Point State Park. Cape May Point is also home to one of the few remaining seacoast tower lighthouses on the Atlantic Coast. Standing tall wi
Wide beaches and well kept mansions at this 1.2 square mile attraction.
- Harvey Cedars
Harvey Cedar?s active summer community schedules special events, often held at the Municipal Park and Fire House. Both ocean and bayside bathing is available.
Located around the southernmost end of Long Beach Island. Famous for the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, a 2.5-mile stretch of barrier beach haven for nesting birds. Holgate provides a peaceful, quiet atmosphere.
- Island Beach State Park
More than 3,000 acres of preserved barrier island ecosystems and 10 miles of pure white beaches.
- Island Heights
The main attraction is the amusement park on Beachway Road.
Scenic boardwalk and beaches.
- Loch Arbour
Just two blocks wide and five blocks long. Loch Arbour is a quaint residential area with an oceanfront pavilion.
- Long Branch
Long Branch was one of the earliest and most glamorous seaside resorts in the country from the 1860?s to World War I. Popular community beach.
Quiet beach town for swimming and surf fishing.
Privately owned homes at this beach. No hotels.
- Lower Township
Lower Township comprises parts of both the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay sides of Cape May Point.
The wind and tides create some of the best surfing among the NJ beaches. Nice view of boats that pass through the Manasquan Inlet. Access to a marina for chartering a party boat.
Home of Lucy the Elephant, a 65-foot elephant on the beachfront!
- Monmouth Beach
Expanded to a wide stretch of shoreline attracting thousands of visitors. Four beaches to choose from.
- Normandy Beach
A highly desired community for summer rentals. Nearby Chadwick Beach is a cozy bungalow community much like nearby Lavallette, where the surf provides an exceptionally low tide stirring the waves for good surfing.
- Ocean City
A great family resort for over 125 years. Ocean City has eight miles of pristine beaches and an active calendar of events. There is also a clean, well-maintained boardwalk.
- Ocean Grove
A clean beach with a quaint and quiet town. A great place to relax and enjoy the ocean.
- Ortley Beach
A family atmosphere with a lively beach. Bayside beaches with shallow water that is ideal for little ones.
- Pine Beach
- Point Pleasant Beach
A one mile beach with an expansive boardwalk boasting amusements, food, rides and other attractions.
- Sandy Hook
- Sea Bright
- Sea Girt
- Sea Isle City
- Seaside Heights
- Seaside Park
- Ship Bottom
- Somers Point
- Spray Beach
- Spring Lake
- Stone Harbor
- Surf City
- Union Beach
- Wildwood Crest