Monmouth County Beaches Summer 2013
With the start of the summer season, here’s the deal at the beaches:
Asbury Park: It’s boardwalk is fixed. Season badges cost $70 for adults and $20 for teens. Weekday passes are $5, and weekends and holidays are $6.
Avon: The pavilion was demolished after the hurricane and they are rebuilding the boardwalk. Beach badges for the season are $90 for adults and $45 for young adults ages 12 -18. Under 12 yrs old are free. Daily passes are $9.
Belmar: The boardwalk is complete. Beach badges are $50 for a season pass, $7 per day, and free for children 15 and younger and active duty military and their families.
Bradley Beach: Season badges are $70 for adults, $25 for juniors ages 14 – 15, free for children 13 and younger. Daily passes are $8.
Deal: The main, public beach at Conover Pavilion costs $6 on weekdays and $7 on weekends and holidays. Children under 12 are free.
Loch Arbour: Season badges are $90 for adults, children 12 and younger are free. Daily beach prices are $5 on weekdays, $6 on weekends and holidays.
Long Branch: Due to the hurricane, there is no boardwalk south of Pier Village this summer, but there will still be temporary access points. Season badges are free for kids 13 and younger. $30 for kids 14 – 17, $45 for adults. Daily badges are free for those 13 and younger, $3 for children 14 – 17, $5 for adults on weekdays, $ 7 on weekends.
Manasquan: Beach badges are $70 for the season, $8 per day. Children from 12 – 16 are $35, and children younger than 12 are free (birth certificates required).
Monmouth Beach: This small slice of beachfront took a hard hit from the hurricane, but the word is that the beach will be open by Memorial Day and ready for visitors. This Little Monmouth public beach is nestled in a spot right on Ocean Avenue between Monmouth Beach Club and Long Branch’s North End Beach. Season passes are $75, daily admission is $9 and children 12 and under are free.
Ocean Grove: The boardwalk and beachfront are set to open on schedule, although damaged sections of the boardwalk have been removed and direct beach access points will be created by Memorial Day. Daily badges are $8, a weekly pass is $40, a season badge is $80. A youth season badge for ages 12 – 17 is $75. Children under 12 are free with an adult.
Sandy Hook: Sandy Hook was badly battered by the hurricane but it’s back and the recipient of a major road repair project and revamped buildings. While actual admission to the beach is free, parking fees are charged per car/carload. Admission fees for the entire season are $75 per car. Daily admission is $15 per car ($25 for oversized vehicles.)
Sea Bright: The public beach, revamped from the hurricane devastation, will offer lifeguards, outdoor showers and restroom facilities. Season beach badges are $95. Children are free. Daily feels, including weekends, are $7.
Sea Girt: Repairs from the hurricane are well under way and should not impact visitors. Season badges are $105, $10 daily. Children 12 and younger and all active duty military and their immediate family are free.
Seven Presidents Beach: Season badges are $45 for ages 13 – 17, $65 for adults. Season parking passes are $65. Mid-season rates are available after Aug. 1st).
Spring Lake: Beach badges are $105 for the season, $65 for late season starting Aug.1st. $10 daily. Children 11 and younger are free.
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