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- Seaside Heights
Ortley Beach is a small beach community less than a square mile in area bordered by Lavallette to the north and Seaside Heights to the south. It has a gorgeous stretch of oceanfront beach life guarded daily throughout the summer. The bayside offers public docks, private marinas, and numerous parks along the Barnegat Bay. Other activities include Wednesday night fireworks, mini golf at Barnacle Bills Arcade, bicylce renting and much more. Come be part of the Jersey Shore! RR#22-239
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- Long Beach Township
Bayfront duplex with amazing views & location on quiet street. Enjoy stunning views & breezes from the large deck or wraparound windows inside. Hop in the bay for swimming, kayaking, & paddle boarding & the beach is a 2 minute walk. You can crab and fish off the bulkhead or simply relax in the hammock. In the evening enjoy the peaceful sounds of the bay while roasting marshmallows around the fire pit. Walk to Bay Village and center of Beach Haven.
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All about Jersey Shore
There’s so much to enjoy along the 130 miles of the New Jersey shore’s white-sand coastline — spanning from Sandy Hook in the north to Cape May in the south. Ocean City and Wildwood have boardwalk entertainment ideal for family vacations, while Sunset Beach and Corson’s Inlet State Park offer quieter retreats, and the 3,000 acres of Island Beach State Park’s coastal dunes have remained untouched since Henry Hudson spotted it in 1609.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Jersey Shore?
Like many East Coast beaches, prime Jersey Shore season runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day, when the sun’s (mostly) out and temperatures sit in the 60s to 80s Fahrenheit. Days can get humid, and the ocean breeze can carry a chill once the sun sets. It’s also worth keeping an eye on forecasts, as rain can be common, especially in August. If catching rays isn’t a priority, spring and autumn are temperate, with highs in the 50s to 70s (though lows can hit the 30s and 40s), to explore the region’s quieter side or chill in your vacation rental. Spots like Atlantic City can be visited year-round, but most shore life goes into hibernation from December through February, when temperatures are in the 20s to 40s.
What are the top things to do in Jersey Shore?
Asbury Park Boardwalk
There’s a reason a certain Long Branch rockstar named his 1973 debut album after this destination. He developed his sound here in the ’60s, playing at area venues including the boardwalk’s the Stone Pony, still considered one of the greatest rock clubs today. Also on site: a pinball machine museum, a psychic, and plenty of eateries.
Lucy the Elephant
Indulge in some serious animal antics at one of Jersey’s kitschiest sights, a 139-year-old six-story building — with a trunk! — located in Margate City, which also briefly had its moment as a unique stay on Airbnb.
New Jerseyans often describe where they live by highway exit numbers — and Cape May is famously the Garden State Parkway’s “Exit 0.” Despite the moniker, the seaside town is filled with riches in the form of 600 well-maintained Victorian-era buildings. Also, climb the 199 steps to the top of the Cape May Lighthouse with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay.