has a little terrace
food is really delicious
a bit on the expensive side though
the bread!!!!!!!(ooohh my goddess it
is soooooo good!!!)
Favorite Dish: Portabello Mushroom Appetizer
Pasta Premo Pedro (or sth like that)
was a friends favorite
We take backroads normally (nicer drive and
sweeter preparation for a day on the beach
than bloody highways..)
But it's really close of the NJ Parkway. Route
35 is leading right to it...
Once you've parked it's either gonna
be feet or bike or car if you choose
to go to the part of the beach where
cars and motorhomes are allowed...
there seem to be a put your boat into water
The pic is of the walkway through the protected
dunes up to the parking lots...
don't dig your accommodation to deep or you won't
get out anymore. Or if it's even deeper, it might
collapse on you....
as with every beach: Sunburn, so don't forget
Additionally there are some darn flies that
bite.... Normally isn't to bad during the
day, but picks up early evening...
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Luggage and bags:
cooler box for water, fruits and other
It's a state park, so no alcohol permitted
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: beach sandals against hot sand,
light sweater against sunburn or
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: sunscream, bug repellent if ya stay
Photo Equipment: not many peops, so definitely worth bringing
your cam with you (don't forget that
polarizing filter if ya have one...)
Miscellaneous: good mood....
it makes a huge difference where you go.
There are two big parking lots right in the
beginning and the beach is rather crowded there.
On the other hand if you drive to far dawn
there will be cars allowed on the beach.
Definitely not my thing! Inbetween there are
maybe 6 parking lots, all very small, where the
beach will be not crowded at all....
these lots fill up superearly though...
lying in the sun; strolling on the beach;
swimming; building sand castles and wholes;
Fondest memory: superrelaxing days...