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The Jersey Shore – Not Just a Summer Destination!

IMG_5220When you think of the Jersey Shore, you probably envision all the fun that summertime brings…walks on the boardwalk in the hot sun, reading a good book on the beach, and sand between your toes. But, what you might not know is that the Jersey Shore is an equally great winter destination.

Here are five great reasons to live at the Jersey Shore in the winter:

  1. Ambiance. There is something so incredibly serene and romantic about watching the snow fall upon the jetty over the Atlantic.
  2. Food. The Jersey Shore is home to some stellar restaurants, like the Black Trumpet in Spring Lake, Undici in Rumson, Lubrano’s Trattoria in Wall Township, and Maria’s in Manasquan, to name a few. These are restaurants which you will find much easier to get into in the winter time.
  3. Education. Some of the top schools can be found at the Jersey Shore. Monmouth County, for example, has five blue-ribbon public vocational schools.
  4. Shopping. Shop in the quaint local shops without the crowds of the summer vacationers. You will be surprised at the great deals you can get in the winter, as well.
  5. Attractions. There’s still plenty of things to do for entertainment in the winter at the Jersey Shore. The rides may be stored for the winter at Jenkinson’s Boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach, but the arcades are open all year round. The Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank and the Algonquin in Manasquan offer shows every weekend. The art galleries are open in Asbury Park.

You will be pleasantly surprised to find all that the Jersey Shore offers in the winter. It can be cheaper, it’s less crowded, and you won’t have to fight for parking spaces. And, if you want to take a dip in the ocean, go ahead. You won’t be the first to venture into the Atlantic on a cold winter day.