Seaside Heights Beach
Seaside Heights Beaches
are all public and are open throughout the season. Public Access
can be found almost each block and badges can be purchased for the
day. Come early to claim your spot for the day! Enjoy a book while
relaxing to the fresh ocean breeze.
Seaside Heights charges a beach fee to help defray expenses related to providing visitors one of the cleanest and safest public beaches on the East Coast.
- Daily fee – $8
- Weekly badge – $35 (Sunday through Saturday)
- Season badge – $45 if purchased on or before May 15th
- Season badge – $60 if purchased after May 15th
- Senior Citizen season badge – $10 for persons 65 years of age and older
- Children 11 years of age and under – free every day
- Active and retired military personnel and their dependents – free every day with the appropriate Common Access Card, Uniformed Services ID Card, DD Form 214, or Veterans Benefit ID Card issued by the VA.
Free & Discount Days
Bay beach – free every day.
Seaside Heights offers beach fee discounts throughout the summer, including Mom and Me Days, Dad and Me Days, Bring a Friend Days, and Bring a Hero Days.
Seasonal Badges may be purchased at:
Borough Hall, 901 Boulevard at the Corner of Sherman Avenue - Mon.
thru Fri.- 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from January 1st to Labor Day.
Seasonal Beach Badges are also available at the
Beach Control Headquarters in the Lifeguard headquarters building at Kearney Avenue.
Beach access for the disabled
Free Surf Chair use for those needing wheelchair beach access is
available. Call (732) 793-4646 for a reservation.
SURFING-The northern end of the Seaside
Heights Beach provides some of the best surfing NJ has to offer.
The natural sandbars create waves, which break far from the beach
and maintain size and strength on their journey to shore.
SWIMMING-Seaside Heights Employs
some of the top lifeguards to be found anywhere. Individual lifeguard
towers are spread out the entire length. Beach goers can find surf
conditions marked by flags flying. Lifeguards are on duty all hours
that the beach is opened. No swimming is allowed
after the lifeguards are off duty.
is a go for no warning.
is a caution for potential strong waves or currents
RED is for
danger/ swimming closed.
REMEMBER TO KEEP THE BEACHES CLEAN