Casino Pier in Seaside Heights is the ultimate spot to go near the Jersey Shore for some serious thrills.

I mean, yes there are other piers; Morey's in Wildwood, Castaway Cove, and Gillians in Ocean City, but Casino Pier to me just screams "Jersey Shore".

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And what I like about Casino Pier is that they're constantly pushing themselves each year to become bigger and better.

For example, at Breakwater Beach, the water park associated with Casino Pier, a new slide is going up which should be finished in the near future.

More on Breakwater Beach's new slide right here. 

Just the other day Casino Pier posted a mysterious photo on their Instagram teasing the possibility of a new ride.

I had no idea what to make of that picture, I'm not a huge ride guy so your guess was as good as mine.

Fortunately, we didn't have to wait too long for an answer, because Casino Pier has just unveiled the latest ride to be added to the pier.

What New Ride Is Coming To Casino Pier In Seaside Heights, NJ?

The ride is called Zero Gravity, and it looks very intense, to say the least.

As the ride begins to spin faster and faster, G-Force causes riders to stick to the walls of the ride wall the floor begins to drop out.

From the outside of the ride, onlookers can see riders' silhouettes highlighted by lights while the ride spins and spins.

There's no word on an exact opening date, but the ride itself looks to be constructed so hopefully it's just some permits and tests, and then Zero Gravity will be ready to thrill visitors to the shore this summer.

By the way, if you're driving down the shore this summer be sure to keep an eye out for NJDOT's hilarious new road signs!

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The NJ DOT continued to use a series of humorous seasonal safety messages on its' over 200 electronic signs around New Jersey.

Gallery Credit: Dan Alexander

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Gallery Credit: Mike Brant