We’re everything you want in a beach town.
Seaside Heights was born to be New Jersey’s most famous seaside resort. Whether you’re here for a day, a weekend, or a summer, you’ll find no shortage of things to do and see.
Mix and match your idea of a great day.
- Splash in the sparkling waters.
- Breathe the fresh ocean air.
- Feel the sand between your toes and the sun refreshing your soul.
- Swim on a sizzling summer day.
- Stroll the ultimate American boardwalk.
- Ride the Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach amusements.
- Unwind with a game of mini golf.
- Catch a fish, crab, wave, sunrise or sunset.
Just sit back, relax, and take it all in.
2021 BEACH INFORMATION
Season Beach Badge Sales & Pickup Reminder
Seaside Heights season beach badges (regular and senior citizen season beach badges) will be available for sale (cash only) or pickup if you've purchased your beach badge through the VIPLY smartphone app at Borough Hall (901 Boulevard) on the following dates:
-Saturday March 13th 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
-Saturday March 27th 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
-Saturday April 3rd 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
-Saturday April 17th 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Appropriate face covering must be worn while inside Borough Hall. If you purchased your beach badge through VIPLY's smartphone app please have the app open and ready to be scanned in with the bar code visible on your screen.
Season beach badges are $45 each through the close of business on May 15th and $60 commencing May 16th.
Senior citizen beach badges are $15 each and $25 for two if purchased at the same time. 65 years of age and older. You will be asked for your drivers license or other identification showing date of birth so please have the identification with you at the time of purchase.
6 feet apart. Please do your part.
The Governor requires that face coverings be worn outdoors when social distancing is not practical
Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 163, issued July 8, requires the wearing of face coverings outdoors “when it is not practicable for individuals in outdoor public spaces to socially distance and keep a six-foot distance from others, excluding immediate family members, caretakers, household members, or romantic partners.”
The Governor’s order does “not apply when wearing a face covering would inhibit that individual’s health, including when engaging in high intensity aerobic or anaerobic activities, when in the water, and in other situations where the presence of a mask would pose a risk to the individual’s safety, or where the individual is under two years of age.”
Do your part- keep six-feet apart- and carry a face covering for when you can’t
And please remember, alcoholic beverages, glass products of any type, and smoking are prohibited on the beach.