Spring Lake, one of Monmouth County’s finest

Spring Lake is a one of those pristine beachfront towns on the Jersey Shore where visitors return season after season. It’s home to more than two miles of the most beautiful beachfront.  And it also boasts of the longest uninterrupted non-commercial boardwalk in the state.

The beach is open to the general public with the purchase of seasonal memberships or daily admission.  It’s one of the first beaches my family and I ever traveled to when we lived on Staten Island, New York.  It’s a rare day when you can’t have a good time at Spring Lake.

Recreation

Recreation Department Directory

Year round community activities enhances the quality of life for the members of the community through diverse leisure opportunities. The department helps develop and maintain quality parks and facilities, to preserve open/natural spaces, and to provide recreational programming intended to enhance the physical, social and emotional well-being of our residents. Their objective is to offer safe, fun, and memorable recreational experiences.

PLACES TO STAY

The Breakers Hotel Resort

The Breakers (Web photo)

Experience the charm of Spring Lake’s only oceanfront resort hotel. The Breakers Hotel, a landmark fixture in one of the Jersey Shore’s most exclusive communities, is the perfect year-round get-away destination. Renowned for its unhurried atmosphere, Spring Lake boasts two miles of pristine beach and boardwalk, classic Victorian homes, fine shops, galleries, boutiques and so much more.

Next we’ll be visiting the town of Sea Girt, almost ending our visit to the wonderful beachfront locations of Monmouth County.
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