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Top New Jersey Beaches you Should Definitely Visit

Posted on: April 3rd, 2018 by Passaic No Comments

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New Jersey has over 120 miles of coastline and the state is famous for its sandy beaches that offer locals and visitors a perfect getaway whenever they want to soak in the sun and unwind. Whether you are looking for a quiet, intimate beach or a place that’s bustling with activities, New Jersey has something for everyone. There are hundreds of beaches in New Jersey and each has its own unique ambiance and setting. With so many to choose from, our bus rental service has decided to make your decision-making process easier by sharing what we consider to be the best beaches in the Garden State.

With more than 50 years of providing New Jersey group transportation, we at Passaic Valley coaches are renowned locally for our world-class group and event transportation offerings. Over the years, our customers have come to trust us with important itineraries. Consider hiring our New Jersey group transportation service for your family/friends and ride in style and comfort to any one of these fantastic waterfronts.

Point Pleasant

Point Pleasant is especially distinguished for its crystal clear waters and nearby attractions including the Jenkinson’s Boardwalk and the Jenkinson’s Aquarium. The beach is also riddled with numerous arcade game joints, food stalls, and ice cream shops. The beach itself will offer you activities such as surfing, swimming, and sunbathing as you are surrounded by beautiful tropical palm trees. We recommend that you try Jenk’s or the Martell’s Tiki Bar if you feel like having a drink by the beach. There are also restrooms and shower facilities across the beach as well as numerous lifeguards to ensure your safety; it’s a perfect place for a safe, exciting weekend or holiday fun.

Sandy Hook

Sandy Hook National Seashore is seven-miles of federal owned white sands and a national park. You will get to spend your day fishing, bird-watching, swimming, or simply basking in the sun. Note, however, that the space at Sandy Hook is limited and on weekends and holidays the beach reaches full capacity after which the gates are closed and there is no further admittance. We recommend that you get there early or call ahead and plan for the day you intend to visit this waterfront. Once you’re here, you will have the opportunity to try out fantastic seafood at Atlantic Highlands, which is riddled with numerous impeccable restaurants and food trucks that set up shop at the beach’s parking lots.

Long Beach Island

Long Beach Island is famous for its white sandy beaches and pristine environment. Unlike most New Jersey beaches, the Long Beach Island does not have an overly crowded boardwalk, so if you are looking for a more intimate beach environment, this might just be the place for you. The beach here offers a variety of food joints and restaurants that are to die for, including diners, pancake shops, bagel shops, etc. The beach is mostly filled with families that have grown up in Jersey all their life, and everybody treats with other with respect and kindness, which makes Long Beach Island the perfect beach retreat destination in the entire Garden State for a calm, family-friendly getaway. Try this oceanfront and thank us later.

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