The Best Beaches in New Jersey

Dated: 05/12/2012

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The results of the 2012 New Jersey’s Top 10 Beaches Survey will be featured during the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium's annual State of the Shore Media Event on Thursday, May 24, 2012, just before the Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of the summer season. The New Jersea Grant Consortium's mission is to promote the use of NJ marine and coastal resources through research and outreach.

 

Past Winners - 2011

New Jersey's Top Ten Beaches

  1. The Wildwoods
  2. Long Beach Island
  3. Ocean City
  4. Sea Isle City
  5. Cape May
  6. Asbury Park
  7. Seaside Heights
  8. Island Beach State Park/Berkeley Township
  9. Cape May Point
  10. Sandy Hook

Category Winners

  • Family Vacation - The Wildwoods
  • Day Trip - The Wildwoods
  • Ecotourism - The Wildwoods

Best Beach by County

  • Atlantic County - Brigantine
  • Cape May County - The Wildwoods
  • Monmouth County - Asbury Park
  • Ocean County - Long Beach Island

All information contained here was provided by www.njtoptenbeaches.org and www.njseagrant.org

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