Looking to visit the beaches of South Jersey? If so, there are a few things you will want to know. Such as, which beach to visit. Each of the towns on the South Jersey coast have their own unique beaches. Some require beach tags and some are free. Some beaches are guarded and others are not. Here we will give you all the information you need for your visit. This includes which beaches have lifeguards, where to park when you visit a South Jersey beach, where you can find public restrooms and beach accessibility information. We will also provide you with other important information on how to visit the beach when you’re here.
Each town in South Jersey maintains its own beaches. This means they each employ their own lifeguards, use different beach tags and offer unique activities and amenities. Speaking of beach tags, we will give you all the beach tag information you need to know. Such as where to buy beach tags and why are beach tags required. We also explore the various services that are paid for with beach tag fees in our section on beach tag information. Click on the links below for more South Jersey beach information.
Maximize Your Beach Time
We will also share some simple tips for thoroughly enjoying your beach time. On crowded summer days, large crowds can lead to frustration. There are definitely some unwritten (as well as written!) rules about how to maximize your beach-going experience without compromising others’ enjoyment of the beach. Check out our “Beach Etiquette” article to learn more.
Using a beach caddy service is a great way to enjoy your journey to the beach. We have information on a great company you can use.
If you’re planning to visit South Jersey beaches today, check out the current weather and tide charts.