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Is Point Pleasant Beach Open? Here’s what you need to know

POINT PLEASANT BEACH, NJ –   Point Pleasant beaches are now open.  After a short delay during the Memorial Day weekend, the community eventually opened its public beaches to non-residents.  Beginning the weekend of June 20th, badges will be required at all times. They can be purchased through Aquaserve by going online to www.aquaservelg.com. Print and send in the badge form or purchase on location during operating hours.

As of  June 5th, temporary parking restrictions east of rail road tracks were lifted.  Hotels and Motels in Point Pleasant Beach will be allowed to open to fifty percent (50%) capacity, and Rental Certificate of Occupancies are now being processed for stays commencing on June 12th and later.

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Due to the Point Pleasant Beach Public Health Emergency and State of Emergency declared in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the directive that all events on Borough property by canceled until further notice.

Is Jenkinson’s Beach Open?

Jenkinson’s Beach is a private beach, not run by the borough of Point Pleasant.  Lifeguards are on staff 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.  You are not allowed on Jenkinson’s Beach outside of those hours.  As of June 13th no one will be admitted to the beach without a daily wristband or season badge once the beach gates are closed for the day.

Absolutely no coolers larger than 24 inches in width, length or height and/or with a capacity greater than 36 quarts will be permitted on the beach.

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Photo by Jenkinson’s Beach.

 

 

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