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Monday, June 9, 2008

Stone Harbor Does Quiet Beaches Well!!

For other entertainments, Stone Harbor relies heavily on the neighboring beaches to provide non-surf attractions and activities. Stone Harbor does quiet beaches, and does it well. Some people would place Stone Harbor on their "Best-Kept Secrets" list, which suits the residents and renters in Stone Harbor just fine. While the beaches at better-known Wildwood and Atlantic City are crowded beach towel-to-beach towel with vacationers, Stone Harbor remains relatively quiet and uncrowded. And if that's what you're looking for, Stone Harbor is the place to go.
Guards are located at raft beaches: 83rd, 87th, 94th, 96th, 100th, 105th and 117th Streets.
They are also located at the following beaches where rafts are not permitted: 86th, 90th, 102nd, 103rd, 108th, 112th, 116th and 120th Streets.
Surfboards (with leashes attached) are permitted at 81st, 110th and 122nd Streets
Local Details

Beach Fees
$5 day, $10 week, $20 season. Tags required 5/26 - 9/4

Handicap Access to the Beach
City has sand wheelchairs that can be reserved at the Beach Tag Office 368-6805. There is no charge for use of chairs. City does have accessible beaches. See Beach Patrol

Lifeguard Hours
10 am - 5 pm

Surfing Beaches
81st Street & 110th Street

Surf Fishing Beaches
at discretion of lifeguard captain - daily basis

Public Boat Ramps
80th St Marina - $6 day, $75 seasonal Fishing Piers
83rd & Bay

Bicycle Paths

Boardwalk Hours for Bicycles

Boardwalk Hours for Roller Blades

Tennis Courts
97th Street & 82nd Street

Recreation Department:

For More Information

Beach Tag Office

Beach Tags are available by mail or at the Stone Harbor Beach Patrol Building, 95th Street & the Beach (609-368-6805), or at the beach. Stone Harbor and Avalon beach tags are accepted at either location.

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