We've heard recently that some beach badges for our local beaches have gone up, not this beach, there's a discount.

Every year, Berkeley Township gives us discount beach badges at our Berkeley Township Beach at Seaside Park. If you're wondering where our Berkeley Township Beach is, it's (White Sands Beach) 20th - 23rd Avenues, the South Seaside Park section of Berkeley Township.

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White Sands is a beautiful beach and every time I go there, I think this is ours, Berkeley Township residents. I love it.

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It's the perfect time for Mayor Carmen Amato and Berkeley Recreation to announce that only for a limited time, pre-season beach badges are available for $40 per badge. The regular price for a season beach badge is $50. The discount began on November 15th, 2022, and only runs through December 23rd, 2022.

The best way of buying these discounted beach badges is by clicking here. Or, Berkeley Recreation located on Rt. 9 in Bayville. The badges must be picked up at the Recreation center.

There is always something fun happening at White Sands Beach. We have Berkeley Township night at that beach where there's great music and the community comes out right on the beach. Kite Night in Seaside Park and Seaside Heights happens right there and you will have a front-row seat for the fabulous kites.

If you're looking for a perfect beach for summer, it's White Sands Beach. The sale goes until December 23rd and started on November 15th, $10 off the regular season pass. Grab yours today or surprise a family member or friend in their stocking this Christmas season.

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