Talk about a loaded question. If you could stay in only one town and couldn't leave it all summer, which Jersey Shore town would you choose?

I know which town I would choose, but of course one of the toughest, headache originating question you could tackle. And it's one of those questions with barely any wrong answers. But let me make my case for my choice. But you can't get mad at me if I didn't pick your town.

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Here we go. The Jersey Shore town I would choose to spend the whole summer in is...Point Pleasant Beach. I just feel like the town has it all for summertime. From the amazing boardwalk at Jenk's to the amazing beach and all those great rides, how could you go wrong?

But it's not just that  It's also all the great places to eat. Those amazing restaurants with all that great seafood. Give me a meal at the Shrimp Box any day. I just love it! Can you say Alaskan King Crab legs?

Think about it for a minute. Is there any summer fun activity you can't do in Point Pleasant Beach?

It is for these reasons and more that I chose Point Beach, but I have to be honest, it was nearly a virtual tie with another town I love to the depths of my heart, and that is Asbury Park..

You can say the same things I said about Point Beach for Asbury Park, and you'd be exactly right. And if you choose Asbury, you're going to have a great summer, too!  And there are a dozen or towns as well, and we want to hear your choice. Share it with us,. There are no wrong answers with this one.

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