-- Jersey Shore Guide and 2023 Beach Fees
-- See also Day Trips: Ocean Grove
* Point Pleasant Beach
* Sea Girt
* Borough within Monmouth County incorporated 1917 from portions of Wall Township, also borders Manasquan, Spring Lake and Spring Lake Heights. 2020 census population1,866, Named for estate of naval Commander. Robert F. Stockton, member of prominent Princeton family who had purchased property in area in 1853. Beach pavilion at Beacon Boulevard and boardwalk with restrooms and snack bar. Free street parking.
* Seaside Park
* Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park, Long Branch
* Ship Bottom
* Surf City
* County seat of Ocean County since 1860 when Ocean County created from southern portions of Monmouth County. Township formerly known as Dover Township, original name derived from Dover, England, name changed to Toms River Township as result of 2006 referendum. 2020 census population 95,438, NJ's eighth-most-populous municipality. Beaches located in North Beach, portion of Toms River between Lavallette's northern border and Brick Township, and Ortley Beach, unincorporated area, also known as Dover Beaches South. Summer 2022 disorders mostly involving teen pop-up parties led to imposition of nightly teen curfews for summer 2023. Bordered by Lavallette to north and Seaside Heights to south, less than square mile in area. Boardwalk and two public beaches with Surf Club with separate beach charge. Downtown Toms River hosts world's second largest Halloween parade.
* The Wildwoods
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