***We will continue to update this page as more Jersey Shore towns make announcements regarding access to their boardwalks and beaches.***

There has been A LOT of places closing throughout the Jersey Shore because of the coronavirus epidemic and now our beaches and boardwalks are starting to be affected.

However....closures have been different when you look at the Jersey Shore town by town.

So here are the updates we have so far:

Manchester

Beaches, Parks & Playgrounds: CLOSED

According to Mayor of Manchester, Ken Palmer, these areas in Manchester Township are closed and will remain closed until further notice.

Avon-by-the-Sea

Boardwalk: CLOSED

Beaches: OPEN FOR NOW 

This decision was made because the surrounding towns -- Bradley Beach and Belmar -- closing their boardwalks as well.

Belmar

Boardwalk: CLOSED

Beaches: OPEN FOR NOW 

Officials will be monitoring the beaches to make sure residents are practicing social distancing.

Bradley Beach

Boardwalk: CLOSED

Beaches: OPEN FOR NOW 

Officials will be monitoring the beaches to make sure residents are practicing social distancing.

Island Heights

Beaches & Boardwalk: CLOSED

ALL public access areas are closed until further notice. This includes the parks, beaches, docks, playgrounds, pavilions and boardwalk. In addition, all on-street parking on River Avenue is not allowed.

Ortley Beach

Boardwalk & Beaches: CLOSED 

This Jersey Shore town's parks are still open but their playgrounds and bathrooms are closed.

Point Pleasant

Boardwalk & Beaches: CLOSED

The town allegedly is going to shut down the boardwalk and put a stop to all vacation rentals. Physical barriers have been placed in front of boardwalk entrances and nearby parking lots, so people don’t gather.

Manasquan

Beaches & Inlet: CLOSED 

The town has closed their municipal parks and playgrounds until further notice. In addition, all rental contracts or transient accommodations are suspended until at least May 15th.

Mantoloking

Beaches: CLOSED 

All vacation rentals have also been suspended until further notice.

Asbury Park

Boardwalk: CLOSED 

Beaches: OPEN FOR NOW

This rule changed happened because officials have continuously seen groups of people congregating as opposed to practicing social distancing. Access to Asbury beaches are available on First, Third and Sunset avenues. However, officials have warned the public that if social distancing is not practiced, the beaches will be closed as well.

Bay Head

Beaches: CLOSED 

All vacation rentals have also been suspended until further notice.

Lavallette

Beaches & Boardwalk: CLOSED

According to APP.com, "The entire length of the municipal boardwalk from Ortley Ave south to Dover Ave and the entire length of the municipal beach (from northern border of Ocean Beach, Toms River, south to the border of Ortley Beach, Toms River) shall be closed to the public."  All rentals are prohibited for the time being and all public play areas like basketball courts and playgrounds are closed as well.

Sea Girt

Boardwalk: CLOSED 

Beaches: OPEN FOR NOW 

Residents still have access to the beach -- for now -- on the north side of lifeguard headquarters. This includes Brooklyn Boulevard, Philadelphia Boulevard, Trenton Boulevard, Neptune Boulevard and Seaside Boulevard. All private entrances are closed.

Seaside Heights

Beaches & Boardwalk: CLOSED

This Jersey Shore town is not messing around. Their beaches are closed and officials say they will close the boardwalk of social distancing rules are not being practiced.

Spring Lake

Boardwalk: CLOSED

Beaches: OPEN FOR NOW 

The  boardwalk is closed to the public until further notice BUT the beach is still open and accessible entrances are on Brown and Pitney Avenues.

I am sure that this list will continue to grow at the number of confirmed cases at the Jersey Shore continue to rise.

But let's just take this step-by-step and day-by-day.

Take a look at the original article at APP.com.

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