• Allaire Village, Inc. is a non-profit educational and historic preservation organization working in a unique partnership with the State of New Jersey.

  • Smithville Village Shopping Center

  • Cattus Island is part of the Ocean County Parks System and it is conservation area dedicated nature and education.

New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail

The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail is over 127 miles of Atlantic coastline and over 83 miles of shoreline along the Raritan and Delaware Bays. The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route "Auto-Route” was established in 1988 through federal legislation to raise awareness and public support, along with stewardship and protection of natural and cultural resources. The auto-route is approximately 300 miles long.

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NJ Coastal Heritage Trail

The trail route begins at the Raritan Bay in Perth Amboy , flows to Sandy Hook and then south down the entire Atlantic coast of New Jersey to Cape May. It then hooks back up the Delaware Bay and River from Cape May to Deepwater near the Delaware Memorial Bridge. The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail encompasses five regions; Sandy Hook, Barnegat Bay, Absecon, Cape May and the Delsea.

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Richard Stockton College CRC

The Richard Stockton College Coastal Research Center (CRC) originated in 1981 to assist local municipalities with coastal environmental issues related to recurring storm damage and...

Administrator May 20, 2014 Environment Protection 144 Views

Find information on beaches, hotels, rentals, fishing, restaurants, and bars check out Shorefun the New Jersey Shore Travel Guide.

Free fitness activities at Sandy Hook

by Administrator on Aug 9, 2014

Get into Gateway, Join us for free fitness activities at Sandy Hook Continue reading →

ROOT 34 Views

Warm Hearted Country Band

by Administrator on Jul 27, 2014

Warm Hearted Country Band will performing a free concert in front of Manahawkin Lake. Continue reading →

Concerts 86 Views

Lenape or Lenni-Lenape native Americans

by Administrator on Apr 14, 2014

Lenape or Lenni-Lenape were the first native Americans to live on the land now known as New Jersey. Continue reading →

Cape May County Earth Day Fair 2014

by Administrator on Apr 4, 2014

The Annual Cape May County Earth Day Fair is more than just a day in the park. Continue reading →

Twin Lights

by Administrator on Apr 1, 2014

The lighthouse overlooks the Sandy Hook area of the Gateway's National Park. Continue reading →

Maritime History 1063 Views

This New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail website was established because of a sunset clause in the trail's federal legislation, the NPS made a decision to remove the trail's individual website and redirected people to the New Jersey Pinelands website.

New Jersey Tourism information can be found at the NJ Travel Guide