Taking in the New Jersey Coast

Most of you Directv/MTV junkies know what the Jersey Shore is, but few of you REALLY know what it is. The strip of coastline known as the Jersey Shore has enticed vacationers to explore the sand and surf for decades. In the fall of 2012 Superstorm Sandy rearranged much of the coast. New Jersey, with the help of the federal government, is rebounding. The Jersey Shore is open and rebounding. Most boardwalks have been rebuilt, sand has been distributed, and business have reopened. There is still work to be done but the road to recovery means big bargains will lure tourists. Traveling to New Jersey to spend time on the seaside is something you and your family will treasure.

Coastal Discovery Awaits

From the Cape May in the South to Sandy Hook in the north, New Jersey’s shoreline offers you long stretches of sand complimented by numerous attractions. The Cape May Lighthouse area includes marshes and dunes ready for exploration. The Cape May County Zoo surprises with its variety and atmosphere. North along the coast you will find bays, beaches, lighthouses, preserved natural areas like Island Beach State Park, and the New Jersey boardwalk culture. More than 100 rides are ready for fun at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson. Visit the Wildwoods for five miles of beach and four towns full of interesting diversions.

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