Spring Lake Travel Guide

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    On the beach in Spring Lake
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    Our daughter playing with her friends at the beach

    by mikelisaanna Written Mar 25, 2005

    Spring Lake's beach is approximately two miles long. A boardwalk runs the entire length of it. Unlike most towns on the Jersey Shore, Spring Lake's boardwalk is non-commercial - in other words, it has no businesses along it. If you want to eat lunch, you need to walk a few blocks into town. This is one of the more laid-back beaches in New Jersey, which is why a lot of New York City residents have summer homes in Spring Lake - it is a great escape from the pressures of the city.

    Visitors to the Spring Lake's beach must purchase beach badges, which are available at the Pavillions at the North and South ends of the beach. Although the beach is open to the public, it is not free.

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    by mikelisaanna Written Mar 25, 2005

    Like many towns on the Jersey Shore, Spring Lake requires visitors to its beach to buy daily or seasonal beach badges, which must be worn while on the beach. They are available at the North and South Pavillions, which are located at the North and South ends of the town's beach.

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