Jersey Shore

Probably the most famous and popular destination in New Jersey, the Jersey Shore is a popular oceanfront escape for landlubbers of Metro New York and the Delaware Valley, as well as parts of Maryland, Virginia and even the Canadian province of Quebec.

Spring Lake
Cape May
Ocean City

For New Jerseyans, heading ‘down the shore’ (never ‘to the beach’) is a classic summer tradition that sometimes stretches back generations. Many families own, or more often, rent shore houses and stay for a week or two in the summer months of June, July and August. Towns along the coastline vary from large-scale, flashy, amusement-based boardwalks to smaller, quiet and laid-back seaside communities.

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