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Spring Lake, NJ

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> The beautiful town of Spring Lake offers its residents and visitors an unhurried atmosphere of gracious living which has made this resort town unique for over 100 years. Stretching for over 2 miles along the coastline, the beach has the longest non-commercial boardwalk in New Jersey which adds to its unique atmosphere. People visit this community for its boardwalk and sand-dune beaches, which are rare at this part of the shore. This family oriented town includes four main beaches (North Beach, North End Pavillion Beach, Pier, and South End Pavilion Beach) which are tranquil and sparsely populated during the week, but gets crowded on weekends at times.

Behind the beaches and boaedwalks, the town has beautful homes with well kept gardens and shrubbery on quiet streets which add an extra special charm. Spring Lake is also noted for over 60 shops and boutiques, a variety of gourmet restaurants, and a wide selection of fine bed and breakfast inns.

Although a quiet town, Spring Lake does have many activities to offer. Surfing is a year-round activity and is officially done at Monmouth Avenue and Remsen Avenue during the summer. Scuba Diving is also popular, and there is a ship wreck just off Spring Lake which attracts many divers. Fresh and Saltwater fishing can be done right off the beach. Concerts are often held at the Gazebo or the theater at the Community House.


Greater Spring Lake Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 694
Spring Lake, NJ 07762
732-449-0577

FROM THE NORTH - GSP to Exit 98 - Route 34 South to first traffic circle - 3/4 around circle to Route 524 East to Spring Lake.
FROM THE SOUTH - Route 195 East to Route 34 South and proceed as above.


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