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New Jersey beaches encompass 130 miles of coastline from Cape May to Sandy Hook. Whether you want to sunbathe on the sand, engage in watersports or enjoy a relaxing seaside stroll, you’ll find beaches to suit all ages and interests. Point Pleasant, east of Lakewood, is a favorite of families visiting the Jersey Shore. Have fun at arcades on the boardwalk, visit Jenkinson’s Aquarium, or go scuba diving. Cape May, Spring Lake and Strathmere are known for their romantic beaches with powdery sand, Victorian architecture and an abundance of fine restaurants.
Ocean City, Long Beach Island, Beach Haven and Sea Girt offer great beaches and lots of family-friendly activities. Atlantic City, Seaside Heights and Asbury Park are perfect for vacationers who like access to nightlife after a day of beachside fun. Try your luck at the casinos, see live bands, or indulge in a gourmet dinner. Avalon, Belmar and Manasquan attract outdoor enthusiasts. Test your skills at wakeboarding, go fishing for white marlin, or thrill to scenic views while kite boarding. Wildwood, Wildwood Crest and North Wildwood offer wide beaches, boardwalk rides, and nostalgic architecture from the 1950s.
A crowd favorite destination in the summer, Point Pleasant Beach greets the Atlantic Ocean in the Jersey Shore region. he beach itself features the famous Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk, where arcades, wheels of chance and games of skill exist alongside food, rides, and gift shops. Further along, the boardwalk comes across Jenkinson's Aquarium and a fun house.
Visitors also have access to charter boats, first class dining & restaurants, nightlife, antique shops, water sports, and scuba diving. Special events include the Festival of the Sea, which is held ever September. The beach is located east of Lakewood.