The Ocean Club has a lot to offer on the Seaside Heights Boardwalk.

From the cabanas to the beautiful restaurant and bar, and the pool right on the boardwalk. The cabanas for the summer are almost all sold out. The only way of renting one is renting it the whole summer from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

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This picture gallery shows The Ocean Club Restaurant and Bar which is absolutely beautiful with a giant deck behind the restaurant overseeing the ocean. Check out the pool, the cabanas, and the fun environment around The Ocean Club.

Sue Moll, Townsquare Media
Sue Moll, Townsquare Media

What is The Ocean Club in Seaside Heights, NJ?

A little bit about The Ocean Club Restaurant, it is open to the public and it's located right on the Seaside Heights Boardwalk. From The Ocean Club's website in Seaside Heights:

The Ocean Club offers amazing American Continental cuisine crossed with an upscale beachy fare. The spacious indoor restaurant also boasts giant ocean-front decks, on-beach dining, breath-taking ocean views, and a 2nd-floor private party, banquette, and wedding space.

I was pleasantly surprised by seeing this big, beautiful structure right on the boardwalk. I think it's a great addition to our beautiful boardwalk. It'll be a hopping place come this summer. A place for families to enjoy the restaurant, the beach, and the pool. I think families will love the pool on the boardwalk. Does it make you think of the good old days in Seaside, possibly?

For more information on The Ocean Club, CLICK HERE.

Pictures of The Ocean Club in Seaside Heights, NJ:

The Ocean Club on the Seaside Heights, NJ Boardwalk

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