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Sea Isle City, NJ

Map of Sea Isle City, NJ

Sea Isle City, NJ - The Sea and Sand Family Vacationland
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Pictures of the late August early September 2009 Beach Renourishment Project.
Pictures of the June 2010 Beach Renourishment Project.
Pictures of the August 2015 Beach Renourishment Project.

Print this: Beach Information Brochure - pdf

Beach Information:
Bathing, Rafting, Surfing, Volleyball, Sailing, Kayaking, Surf Fishing

  • Protected Bathing Beaches:
  • 24th St., 28th St., 32nd St., 34th St., 38th St., 40th St., 43rd St., 45th St.,
  • 49th St., 51st St., 54th St., 59th St., 61st St., 65th St., 71st St., 75th St., 77th St.,
  • 81st St., 84th St., 86th St., 89th St., 92nd St.

  • Kayaking Beaches:
  • 30th St., 56th St., 79th St.

  • Rafting & Boogie Board Beaches:
  • 24th St., 28th St., 34th St., 40th St., 45th St., 51st St., 59th St., 65th St.,
  • 75th St., 81st St., 86th St., 92nd.

  • Surfing Beaches:
  • 26th St., 37th St., 42nd St., 48th St., 53rd St., 63rd St., 74th St., 82nd St.

  • Volleyball Beaches:
  • (Only 2 nets maximum per beach.  Nets are not provided.)
  • 25th St., 30th St., 53rd St., 57th St., 67th St., 72nd St., 88th St.

  • Catamaran and Sailboat Launching Beaches:
  • Permit Required, Fee: $180.00
  • Between 20th St. and 22nd St.
    No launching of motorized boats or jets skis/waverunners from any beach.

    Beaches With Public Rest Rooms:
  • 32nd St., 40th St., 44th St., 85th St.
  • (Public Bathrooms are also at:  Dealy Field - 60th & Central Ave)

  • Surf Fishing Beaches:
  • Townsends Inlet Bridge area situated south of 93rd Street. Sea Isle beaches situated north of 20th Street.
  • Any beach area adjacent to rock jetties not designated as a surfing or kayaking beach.

  • Beach Concessions:
  • 38th St., 42nd St., 64th St., and 84th St.

  • For People with Disabilities:

  • (as of June 2016)

  • Beach Patrol Headquarters (44th Street & Boardwalk): 609-263-3655

  • Ramps from street to the Promenade at 29th, 40th, 44th, and 57th Streets.
  • Access to beach at 32nd, 40th, 44th, 63rd, 85th, and JFK Streets.
  • Gazebo with picnic facilities at 85th Street entrance.
  • 94th Street gazebo at Townsend's Inlet Park has ramp access to the gazebo and to a decked walkway into the dunes.

  • - Locations:
  • Chairs are available YEAR Round -- From Memorial Day to Labor Day at the Beach Patrol Headquarters (44th Street & Promenade), open 9am to 4:30pm daily; from Labor Day to Memorial Day through Public Works (609-263-6000), M-F, 7am to 3pm.

  • - Reservations:
  • Surf chairs are available (NO CHARGE) on a first come-first served system.
  • 2 forms of ID are required.
  • Reservations are strongly suggested.
  • Chairs may be signed out for 1-14 days; on the first day of registration, the chair(s) must be picked up by 11:30am.
  • If chairs are kept for more than 1 day, you must provide your own storage and transportation.

  • Public rest rooms are located at 32nd, 40th, 44th, 85th on the beach and 94th Street at Townsend's Inlet Park.
  • All rest rooms have at least 1 accessible stall.
  • There are separate fully accessible rest rooms at 32nd and 40th Streets on the Promenade and at 85th Street at the beach.

  • There are accessible parking spaces along JFK Boulevard & Promenade and at Townsend's Inlet Park at 94th Street.
  • Mostly metered parking.

In order to operate a catamaran or sailboat on a Sea Isle City Beach, an owner is required to obtain a license from the municipal clerk.  The decal, issued during the licensing process, must be displayed on the right front hull of the vessel.

Beach tags are required for all beaches from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day.  Tags may be purchased at the Sea Isle City Welcome Center at JFK & Park Road or from one of the beach badge inspectors on the beach.

The Sea Isle City Beach Tag Office is in the "Sea Isle City Welcome Center" and located on JFK Blvd. at Park Road on the RIGHT side at the bottom of the bridge (first traffic light) as you come into Sea Isle City from the Garden State Parkway.  (609-263-1771).

Sea Isle City - Welcome Center
Corner of JFK & Park Road
(At the bottom of the bridge as you come into town, first traffic light, on the right.)
(Across the street from the Sea Isle City Firehouse)
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Where can I get beach tags?  How much do beach tags cost?
Purchase Beach Tags


Beach tags are not required on Wednesdays, except July 4th.
The cost of beach tags is $25.00 for a seasonal tag ($20.00 before May 15th),  $10.00 for a weekly tag  and  $5.00 for a daily tag.
  Beach tags are required for everyone 12 years of age and older. - Beach Tag rates may be subject to change.

Purchase Seasonal Tags by Mail
The Beach Tag Office is located inside the Welcome Center.
609-263-8687, Ext. 106

Sea Isle City Welcome Center
300 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
Sea Isle City, NJ  08243

Forms Available Online:  Sea Isle City Forms

Beaches are protected by lifeguards 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM, Saturday and Sunday.

Beaches north of 20th Street have no designations.  These beaches are not protected and use is at ones own risk.  Activities such as surfing and volleyball are allowed on these beaches.  Bathing is permitted on protected beaches only.

Flotation devices with a fin may not be used on a raft beach.  Flotation devices with a fin, such as belly and body boards, may be used on the surfing beaches provided a leash is used and flippers are worn by the operator.

Two volleyball nets are the maximum permitted per volleyball beach.  Nets are not provided.

Special Surf Chairs Make Beach Accessible - For those who have been missing the beach because they are physically challenged, Surf Chairs are available from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day at the Beach Patrol Headquarters, 44th Street & the Beach.  It is advisable to call and reserve a chair as the demand is great (609) 263-3655 10am to 4:30pm.

Dogs are not allowed on the beaches, beach approaches or promenade from May 1 to September 30.  Dogs must be licensed, leashed (not over 6 feet long), curbed at all times and feces removed.

Promenade (Boardwalk) runs from 29th St. to 57th St.


A Rules and Regulations Form Must Be Signed By All Kayak Renters.

1. A life jacket must be worn at all times.

2. Anyone under the age of fourteen must be accompanied by an adult in a two seat kayak.

3. Kayaks must stay 50 feet away from swimmers and rock jetties.

4. Only one person is permitted per single seat kayak. No more than two people are permitted per double seat kayak.

5. Entering or exiting the water and riding waves must be done between the boundary flags.

6. Jumping off a kayak beyond the breaking waves is prohibited.

7. Stay within 1/4 mile of the shore line.

8. Respect and consider the safety of other kayakers when riding waves.

The Beach-Goer's Checklist link

Print this: Beach-Goer's Checklist - pdf

Before you head out for seaside lounging, it might be a good idea to make a checklist of all the things you need.
Maybe you can avoid that, "Oh, no, I forgot..." scenario.
  • Sun-tan lotion
  • Beach tags
  • Cash for snacks or rentals
  • Hat or visor to shade your head and face
  • Water-resistant sandals or "water shoes"
  • Sunglasses
  • Spray bottle with water
  • Folding beach chair
  • Beach umbrella
  • Towels
  • Blankets
  • Cooler with ice
  • Thermal drink holders
  • Variety of beverages, including lots of water
  • Light snacks
  • Frisbee, tennis ball, football or beach ball
  • Raft or body board
  • Paddleball game
  • Pail and shovel for the kids
  • Reading material and reading glasses
  • Kite
  • Mosquito/bug repellent
Enjoy your day at the beach!

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