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Every Jersey Shore Beach with Photos & Profiles. Most Complete List of 139 Mile Coastline Anywhere!

Updated: Sep 6, 2021

All photos by R.C. Staab

From April to August 2021, Jersey Shore author and expert R.C. Staab walked the entire 139 miles of the Jersey Shore coastline from Sandy Hook to Island Beach State Park, Long Beach Island from Old Barney to the Edwin Forsythe Wildlife Refuge and from Brigantine to Cape May.

Click on the links below and discover the beaches as he did. Learn a bit about the history of the town, unusual sites, fishing piers, amusements and beach to access. (For information about his book, 100 Things to Do at the Jersey Shore Before You Die, click here.)

Looking north from Sandy Hook to New York City

Sea Bright story

Sea Bright's municipal beach
"Little Monmouth" pavilion and hi-rise condos.
The Seven Presidents rarely would have visited this beach...
Long Branch's main beach with Pier Village in background

Deal story

Great surf breaks in Deal

Allenhurst story

Allenhurst's beach pavilion and Mr C's Bistro
Tiniest beach at the Shore
New high-rise condo and hotel near Boardwalk
Methodist Church has a quiet influence on Ocean Grove
Gazebo at northern entrance to popular promenade at Bradley Beach
Avon Pavilion on the promenade

Belmar story

Belmar's private fishing pier
Promenade with Spring Lake's Essex and Sussex condos in the distance

Sea Girt story

Sea Girt Lighthouse
Free state-run beach between Sea Girt and Manasquan
Slim walkway between beaches and beachfront homes
Popular private area for drinks and entertainment

Bay Head story

Bay Head's replenished and plowed dunes

Dunes and dunes along Mantoloking beaches
Brick Beaches I and III attract regular crowds
Bungalows at one of the private associations in North Dover

Lavallette story

Lavallette's boardwalk
Looking south toward Seaside Heights
Popular beach and Boardwalk
Boardwalk with parking lot right alongside
Houses meet the dunes in South Seaside Park
Fishing from 4x4s at largest state-run beach


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