At Beach badges only visitors over the age of 12 are allowed. The beach is under lifeguard management from June to September. Brick beach nj facilities are limited, so please plan accordingly (no restrooms or change rooms and limited vehicle parking). No dogs authorized during the summer swimming season.
Forge Pond is a large body of open water where the freshwater Metedeconk River meets the salt tide of the Metedeconk River, associated with Barnegat Bay. It is located at Laurelton Circle and just north of Food Town (now demolished).
The United States has easy access and is restricted to the United States. The first access point leads to an open space that overlooks the pond. Great views are provided here with excellent freshwater fishing opportunities. Please note that all areas require a freshwater license.
The second access point is just above the culvert or bridge. It’s a sharp right turn, so be careful in your approach. Follow the dirt road, and you will find yourself in an area where there is a tiny boat access area. In this area, you can launch canoes, kayaks or beautiful little boats. This gives you access to the entire pond. Paddle upstream and you will encounter the winding sources of the Metedeconk River. Here, it’s quiet and very picturesque. The birds abound, and the fishing is excellent.
Beach in the wind
Located on the south side of Princeton Avenue, Windward Beach offers a wide range of possibilities, including literally everything you want to do. It is a popular site in summer, as it hosts many recreational activities with the group’s shell and hosts fireworks.
But there are other hidden values in this park. There are plenty of parking spaces, two children’s playgrounds, a beach, and a fishing pier. What a place to have a picnic on Sunday afternoon and use all the facilities. I can add that there are charming bathroom facilities for your convenience.
Personally, I take advantage of the fishing pier. It comes out of the river/bay 150 feet, offering excellent access to fish and crab. By the way, this place is one of the best crab hot spots in town during the summer months. Here you can catch summer flounder, white perch and eels. Sandworms and killer fish are your best baits.
Haven’s Homestead Museum
For those who prefer an interactive cultural and rural culture, this is the place to be. The Brick Township Historical Society is a member of the Brick Township Historical Society. They have a lot of things going on here. It is located on Herberts ville Road in the north western part of the city.
Brick Bay Beach & Gazebo
This open-air park is located across from Brick Beach III and on the bay, off Route 35 South. Many parking spaces are available, but fees may apply depending on the parking space. Brick Beach III is just steps from Highway 35, and there is a bathroom with a full-service snack bar on site.