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A Guide to New Jersey Beaches to Visit This Fall

by The Jersey Shore Girl
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Once summer ends, New Jerseyans can’t help but let go of the beach days. For those who are more of a summer enthusiast than a winter one, visiting the beach doesn’t end just because of the cold weather. Technically, New Jerseyans wouldn’t be able to go for a dip in the water but visiting the iconic New Jersey beach towns is still an option. Read on for a list of New Jersey beaches to visit in the winter season.

Asbury Park | Exit 102

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This small beach town is known for its boardwalk lined with shops, arcades, and cafes. In the winter, you can have fun hopping along its many bars and music venues. Be sure to visit the Wonder Bar, a popular spot for impromptu jam sessions with New Jerseyans Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi. Stop by Talula’s for dinner and try one of the artisanal pizzas.

Bay Head | Exit 98

Pick up a brochure from the Bay Head Historical Society and take a self-guided tour of its historic homes and buildings, such as The Grenville, a bubblegum-pink Victorian hotel. Finish the visit with a meal at Charlie’s, an upscale restaurant with waterfront views, steak and seafood dishes, and cocktails.

Cape May | Exit 0

There are plenty of cold weather activities in this picturesque beach town. Enjoy a wine tasting at Willow Creek Winery or sample craft beers at the Cape May Brewing Company. Be sure to visit the Harriet Tubman Museum and learn about the abolitionist who lived there in the early 1850s, working to help fund her trips to rescue enslaved people.

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Long Beach Island | Exit 63

While the popular Fantasy Island rides are closed in the winter, visitors can still have some family fun at the arcade. Art lovers can explore the many galleries like the M.T. Burton Gallery, and even take a class. No visit would be complete without a plate of wings at The Chicken or the Egg.

Point Pleasant | Exit 98

No matter the weather, Jenkinson’s Arcade is a must-see stop for families visiting Point Pleasant. While there, visitors can also enjoy the sea life at the aquarium. Cap the day off by eating at Woodchuck’s BBQ, which has an entire menu devoted to hot dogs.

Red Bank | Exit 109

You’ll have fun browsing this beach town’s unique boutiques and shops, like Kevin Smith’s comic shop, Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash. Theater lovers can catch a show at the Two River Theater or Count Basie TheaterJBJ’s Soul Kitchen is a popular restaurant, run by the Jon Bon Jovi Foundation. The menu has no prices: guests can donate money or volunteer to pay for their meals.

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Stone Harbor | Exit 10A

Brave souls who are missing their ocean fix can participate in the annual Stone Harbor Shiver, which takes place in March. Those who prefer to stay dry can tour the Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary.  For breakfast, order blueberry pancakes at Uncle Bill’s Pancake House. It also has locations in other Jersey Shore towns.

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