: Visiting Long Beach Island? Info You'll Need!

Visiting Long Beach Island? Info You'll Need!

If Memorial Day weekend is any indication, summer 2009 will be a busy one here at the Jersey Shore not only for merchants and beach destinations by for home buyers as well. 
 
The weekend was jammed with home buyers looking for their little piece of the Jersey Shore.  After looking at homes for sale in Manahawkin and Little Egg Harbor, my Jersey Shore buyer clients wanted to cross the Causeway and visit Long Beach Island.  They had many questions about fishing, surfing and points of interest.

 Long Beach Island . 

But perhaps the question I get most, from visitors and locals, is the question of public restrooms on Long Beach Island.  So if you’re planning a trip, here’s your pit stop info!
 
BARNEGAT LIGHT
Borough Hall - W 10th Street
Barnegat Light State Park (no beach bathing)

 
BEACH HAVEN
Centre Street at Ocean Front Deck
Dock Road and Schooners Wharf
Bay Village
Pearl Street & Bay
 
HARVEY CEDARS
Sunset Park
 
LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP
Holgate parking lot at Bay Avenue
Brant Beach parking lot at 68th Street
Loveladies parking lot at Harbor Street
 
SHIP BOTTOM
Borough Hall - 1621 Long Beach Blvd
Public Boat Ramp - 10th Street Waterfront Park

 
SURF CITY
Municipal Building on 9th Street
 
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s website also offers a lot of Jersey Shore information. 

By clicking here you can find out which beaches have lifeguards, where parking is allowed, public beach access points, surfing and fishing beaches and launch points for your boat! 

If you'd like more information on homes for sale at the Jersey Shore (southern Ocean County, NJ), contact me!

  
 
Keller Williams – Atlantic Shore
Laura Giannotta
609-384-6121
Laura@JerseyShoreViews.com

 

GET YOUR OWN JERSEY SHORE VIEWS!

(Homes for sale at the New Jersey Shore)

 

 
 
 
  

     
Comment balloon 2 commentsLaura Giannotta • May 29 2009 07:28AM

Comments

Everyone needs a pit stop at some point during the day!

This information could prove to be the difference between a good day or a bad one!!!

Posted by Craig Rutman, Raleigh, Cary, Apex area Realtor (Helping people in transition) over 9 years ago

This may be one of the more thoughtful posts that I have seen here.

Posted by JL Boney, III, Columbia, SC Real Estate (Coldwell Banker) over 9 years ago

Participate