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Beach Day

$2.00 per hour to park next to boardwalk. Beach was clean with clean restrooms parked at 11th ave... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Mark19056
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Levittown, Pennsylvania
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Clean but gets full early

Very clean and well maintained, we enjoy coming here. It has cleaned up in the many years since I... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sandman2012
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New Brunswick, New Jersey
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Ocean Avenue, From First to Twentieth Avenues, Belmar, NJ 07719
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

$2.00 per hour to park next to boardwalk. Beach was clean with clean restrooms parked at 11th ave guarded beach. Life guards had an attitude and not too friendly.. they should realize that they have to deal with the public. Get the early for a...More

Thank Mark19056
Reviewed 4 days ago

Belmar has signs banning all large tents on the beach, yet they are still there. There is no enforcement and everyone continues to set up these large camping or tailgating tents. There are also the smaller ones that sit on the beach; they are everywhere...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very clean and well maintained, we enjoy coming here. It has cleaned up in the many years since I was younger with new small shops around but not too many to spoil the area.

1  Thank Sandman2012
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The beach is great and there a many things to do. Their are food vendors on the boardwalk and directly across the street from the beach.

1  Thank Chris T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Good to see the old town take a turn for the better versus the days of old especially in summer. The boardwalk is redone and never better. Public bathrooms with attendants, beach revamped, local homes being kept up, small businesses on the main street etc...More

1  Thank rcl69
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Grow up on the Jersey Shore in the 60's, a simpler time, and just revisited the area and found the beaches north of Belmar to Sandy Hook to be over built and beach access limited. I was told to go to Belmar beaches and was...More

2  Thank Bob G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Loved the beach at Belmar. Great value, clean beach and great attendants overseeing the comfortable outdoor experience.

Thank john m
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The boardwalk is clean and new with plenty of police patrolling it. There are chairs and even places to charge your phone there. However, there are not many shops and food places.

2  Thank bigfishj
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stayed across the street from the beach 🏖. When I read up on the beach couldn’t believe that you had to pay to be a beach bum for the day. But we set foot on the beach it became crystal clear why. The sand was...More

2  Thank Leticia M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

This is probably the cleanest beach I’ve ever been to. Lifeguards on duty. $8 to get in, but military and their dependents are free. Young children are free, too. Umbrellas for rent ($15). The water is really shallow - which we loved. Parking is free,...More

2  Thank slos
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Tammy Y
August 16, 2018|
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Response from Chris T | Reviewed this property |
The most likely reason is they are concerned people will be bringing alcohol which is prohibited. Or trash will be left behind.
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jacquelennon
August 5, 2018|
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Response from rcl69 | Reviewed this property |
All NJ beaches require payment during the summer. Prices vary by town. Find a pool right now as most beaches are not allowing swimming due to storm runoff i.e. sewage. You would think by now they had that problem solved.
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