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man walks towards beautiful girl on a tropical beachWelcome to the Jersey Shore!

The Jersey Shore in Southern New Jersey was popular with tourists and residents long before the hit TV show with the same name. Famous for its beaches, boardwalks and casinos, the Jersey Shore is an exciting place all year round. Families from all over the country, particularly the New York, North Jersey and Philadelphia areas, have been coming to shore towns like Point Pleasant, Seaside, Beach Haven, Atlantic City, Ocean City, Wildwood and Cape May for many generations.

The Jersey Shore truly has something for everyone, from fishing and boating to golf, tennis, top-notch entertainment, amusement rides and just relaxing on the beach. Nightlife is also abundant at the Jersey Shore with everything from old-fashioned nightclubs in Sea Isle and Avalon to high-tech dance clubs in the Atlantic City casinos.

MyJerseyShore.com is the leading provider of online information about the Jersey Shore, with listings of hotels, motels, B&Bs, restaurants, nightclubs, golf courses, amusements and much more. Browse our listings for more information or use the search box above to find a specific listing. Have a great time at the Jersey Shore!

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410 Bank Street Restaurant is the consistent winner of New Jersey Monthly’s “Best Restaurant” award for over 20 years. ZAGAT ranks 410 one of the top ten restaurants in New Jersey a
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The World Famous Steel Pier extends 1,000 feet over the Atlantic City Ocean. It is located on the Boardwalk near the Taj Mahal. Following a $23 million renovation, the Pier now features 25 kiddie and
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Welcome to island paradise. Set amidst a beautiful Florida palm tree lined property, The Sea Shell Resort & Beach club features 53 island-inspired rooms and suites, including six oceanfront accom
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It’s time for ultimate outdoor fun at Bally’s Bikini Beach Bar where margaritas, rum punch and specialty drinks flow from day to night! Smell the fresh ocean air, feel the breeze and spend a day a
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The Washington Inn is nestled on tree-lined Washington Street in the heart of Cape May’s historic district. Built in 1840 as a Plantation home, the Inn has undergone few changes since its origin