All 44 N.J. beaches ranked worst to best

All 44 N.J. beaches ranked worst to best

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29 Haziran 2018 - 02:00

New Jersey has the best beaches in the world. It's a fact. It's science. OK, maybe it isn't, but if you love the Jersey Shore as much as we do, you know that feeling as well as we do. 

But which of New Jersey's amazing beaches is the bar-none beach that beats the britches off of all the other beautiful beaches? And there's only one way to find that out.

You guessed it: We went to all of them.

We spent the past two weeks scoping out all of the beaches in the great state of New Jersey, from Sandy Hook all the way down to Cape May. We judged all oceanfront beaches (no bay, lake or riverfront) on beach quality, crowd type and size, parking availability, and surrounding food, drink and recreation. We went to one beach per town — for example, Ortley Beach was the representative for Toms River and Island Beach State Park checks in for Berkeley Township.

Before we go any further, keep in mind that being the worst beach in New Jersey is kind of like being the worst pizza in New Jersey — you're still pretty amazing.

Check out where your favorite beach landed below. And let us know what we got wrong in the comment section.

44. Wildwood

Chances are, you'll either love or hate Wildwood (not North Wildwood or Wildwood Crest, just plain old Wildwood). It's crowded. It's crazy. It has a quintessential — and massive — boardwalk with rollercoasters and water slides and go-karts. Plenty to do! Also, plenty to be overwhelmed by. The beach itself is huge, which helps accommodate the large crowds. Come for the boardwalk, not the beach.

43. Seaside Park

Some of the charm of Seaside Heights without all of the craziness. A little less crowded, but the beach actually isn't as nice. Plenty of metered parking, which is nice, but frankly, this just feels like a watered-down Seaside Heights. Next! 

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42. Long Beach Township

Honestly? This beach is actually pretty nice! It has some benches and a nice gazebo overlooking the beach and the dunes. The problem? Parking. There's essentially none. If you can find parking, you're in for a nice day at the beach. But good luck with that.


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41. Bay Head

Bay Head, which you may know as the town you pass through on your way down to Seaside or up to Point Pleasant, features a very narrow beach with only a few public entrances. But if you don’t need any more than a small patch of sand on which to sit, it’s a sneaky little spot the average out-of-towner probably wouldn’t find.


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