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Things to do in Point Pleasant

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Ranked #1 of 6 attractions in Point Pleasant
Owner description: Stand Up Paddle Board lessons and tours on the Jersey Shore. We have over 35 years of surfing and SUP experience. We are... more » Owner description: Stand Up Paddle Board lessons and tours on the Jersey Shore. We have over 35 years of surfing and SUP experience. We are World Paddle Association (WPA) certified instructors, fully insured, and CPR certified through the American Red Cross. We offer from beginner to advanced lessons, flat water, SUP surfing, tours, and racing technique. Conveniently located along the Manasquan River in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. « less
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Ranked #2 of 6 attractions in Point Pleasant
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Ranked #3 of 6 attractions in Point Pleasant
Category: Specialty Shops
Owner description: Laplaca Pottery Works Asbury Park is a ocean front gallery featuring the Pottery of Greg Laplaca as well as many other local... more » Owner description: Laplaca Pottery Works Asbury Park is a ocean front gallery featuring the Pottery of Greg Laplaca as well as many other local handmade crafts. The Gallery Is open Memorial Day to Labor Day 7 days a week, and weekends during Sept, Oct, and November. Be sure to visit the year round Point Pleasant location. « less
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Ranked #4 of 6 attractions in Point Pleasant
Category: Boat Tours
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Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: Tycoon Galleries Museum, always changing we exhibit the art of international and local artists - Tycoon Galleries held the... more » Owner description: Tycoon Galleries Museum, always changing we exhibit the art of international and local artists - Tycoon Galleries held the last Exhibit of Sculptor Jim Gary and his three most important works of art are on display. « less
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