Here’s What You’re Not Allowed To Do on Asbury Park Beaches

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ASBURY PARK, NJ – When you visit the Jersey Shore, you’re invited to come down and have a good time, but visitors should know the rules before they come. In Asbury Park, police will be enforcing quality of life issues that are affecting beachgoers.

“The Asbury Park Police Department would like to remind everyone that certain activities/items are prohibited on the beach in order to make a day at the beach enjoyable and safe for everyone.”

Here are some of the things you can’t do on the beach in Asbury Park:

  • Fires on the beach
  • Tents on the beach (larger than 30” tall, 36” deep and 48” wide are prohibited)
  • Smoking or vaping (beach or boardwalk)
  • Dogs on the beach (certain beaches and times are permitted)
  • Bicycles on the boardwalk (allowed between midnight and 10am, allowed only on south side of Convention Hall)
  • Officers will be monitoring and addressing these issues