Jersey Shore

Jersey’s southernmost beach town has drawn a crowd since “sea bathing” became popular in the 1800s, and still defines beach vacations today. Its wide, clean beaches are among the best in the country. Above all, a collection of late Victorian architecture gives this National Historic Landmark town an ageless charm. ...
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New Jersey’s gambling mecca can claim a remarkable collection of luxury hotels, world-class restaurants and top-name entertainment—plus fabulous beaches and the original Boardwalk. It adds up to a great romantic getaway for couples who seek something more than a quiet retreat....
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Once a favorite vacation destination for U.S. presidents, Long Branch remains a stylish getaway thanks to Pier Village, a two-block stretch of boardwalk with upscale dining and a shopping plaza. ...
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This picturesque Monmouth County borough takes its name from a spring-fed lake in the heart of town, a few blocks from the beach. Not your typical beach town, Spring Lake is notable for its manicured lawns and stately Victorian homes. It also boasts wide beaches and a two-mile boardwalk. Third Avenue, the borough’s commercial center, buzzes with boutiques, pizza parlors and ice cream joints. It makes for great people watching. ...
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Although Beach Haven is the center of Long Beach Island tourism, you can still find quiet corners to hide out with your honey. And wherever you are on LBI, all of the island’s attractions are never more than a quick car or bike ride away....
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A quiet beach community with tasteful homes and wide beaches, Stone Harbor has a vibrant little downtown for nighttime strolls—highlighted by a stop at Springer’s, where vacationers queue up for homemade ice cream. The beaches are gorgeous, the boutique shopping abundant, and the town’s five-screen movie theater—a Shore rarity—is freshly revamped....
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The revitalized Asbury Park is alive with new shops and plenty of casual and upscale eateries. Stroll the boardwalk, shop for antiques along Cookman Avenue, but be sure to leave lots of energy for the nightlife....
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Coastal towns freshen up with new rides, restaurants and places to stay....
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Take in some culture this season at any of these excellent shore theaters...
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These services do it all to maintain sparkly fresh Shore homes and rentals....
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There’s always a solution—if you’re flexible....
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Luxury homes squeeze out the old bungalows in Hurricane Sandy’s wake....
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Whether it’s to occupy a rainy afternoon, relieve the strains of daily life, or educate your kids on marine life, a visit to a New Jersey aquarium will submerge you in sea of knowledge. Here are our picks for the top New Jersey aquariums:...
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An entrancing documentary on the rise, fall and rebirth of oystering in Barnegat Bay lands a prize and sets up screenings....
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Pick the right town—and know what questions to ask....
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Crowds are non-existent, and bargains abound....
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Actors Armand Assante, Christopher Lloyd and Xander Berkeley will  be in attendance at the 16th Annual Garden State Film Festival in Asbury Park from March 22-25. ...
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Food Network regular remakes the former Ama Ristorante....
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With a long winter drawing to a close, renters are eager to stake out a Shore property....
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Grab a bib! There will be plenty of crab cracking, oyster shucking and soup slurping at these seafood festivals this fall....
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