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1 blk from Beach - Great Beach Rental for families
Great location to enjoy the shore - Just one block from Beach! 4 Beach badges included! First floor, two bedroom, one bath apartment in 1890’s classic Victorian “shore house.” One block to boardwalk, beach and ocean. Sleeping accommodations include one queen bed, one double bed and a pullout sofa (double). Amenities include two TV's, wifi, washer/dryer, dishwasher, ceiling fans and window AC’s. Large wraparound veranda porch and large rear yard with patio, gas grill and patio furniture.
$192 per night
Vacation home in Point Pleasant
The Butterfly Cottage! The ULTIMATE Summer Escape
Welcome to the Butterfly Cottage. Totally remastered 1 bed, 1 bath cozy getaway experience, a stones throw to the beach! This adorable unit has central air, hardwood floors and a gorgeous butcher block kitchen and a truly magazine worthy bathroom. 5 minute bike ride to Point/Bay Head beaches. 2 bikes & 2 beach badges included. NEW update for 2023 will be an extended outdoor patio with functional TIKI BAR! Enjoy the summer nights with a cocktail and friends! Fully fenced yard & dog friendly :)
$275 per night
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Walk to beach, clean & comfortable
Yea! Come breathe in the healthy salt air! Beach, Boardwalk 5-10min walk. Lovely 2B/1B apt.- 1st floor of 2 unit house. 2 parking spots for you in driveway, backyard w/picnic table, kitchen, high speed wifi, Firestick TV- great location! BYOB Boat to Plate restaurants on our street- easy breezy walk. Cheerful, bright & welcoming. Price is for 2 guests. Each additional guest is $40 extra/person/night. Linens & towels included for bookings over $150/ night. Otherwise, we can provide for $10.
$120 per night

Stay near Point Pleasant Beach's top sights

Jenkinson's Boardwalk172 locals recommend
Martell's Tiki Bar42 locals recommend
Jenkinson's Inlet8 locals recommend
The Shrimp Box & Outside The Box Patio Bar35 locals recommend
The Wharfside Resturant65 locals recommend
Stop & Shop23 locals recommend

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Home in Belmar
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Lake Louise home with stunning views
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Condo in Seaside Heights
Steps from the beach and boards…
$112 per night
Bungalow in Point Pleasant Beach
Pt. Pleasant Bch bungalow 60 steps from Beach
$231 per night
Cottage in Belmar
Entire 2 bedroom Cottage,porch,deck, WiFi, Washer
$158 per night
Home in Point Pleasant Beach
Amazing Location Just Steps from the Beach! 2nd fl
$298 per night

Your guide to Point Pleasant Beach

All About Point Pleasant Beach

Situated on New Jersey’s Barnegat Peninsula, 20 minutes south of Asbury Park, Point Pleasant Beach is a coastal community most famous for its expansive white sand and the lively Jenkin’s Boardwalk, which runs along the shore. The two-mile stretch of beaches includes Bradshaw Beach, Maryland Avenue Beach, Risden’s Beach, and Jenkinson’s Beach, where locals go to sunbathe, swim, and surf. Downtown you’ll find a shopping area filled with a variety of unique independent stores and boutiques, cafes, and restaurants serving fresh seafood and other local delicacies.

Point Pleasant Beach’s atmosphere carries into the evening as the vibrant nightlife scene comes to life at the oceanfront bars and nightclubs. Tucked away in the quieter parts of the city, you’ll find serene parks and conservation areas where you can go fishing, explore local wildlife, and take a hike on one of the many peaceful nature trails.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Point Pleasant Beach

Summer in Point Pleasant Beach boasts sunshine, blue skies, and warm temperatures, making it one of the best times to book Point Pleasant beach rentals. The idyllic climate makes an exceptional backdrop for enjoying this coastal community with relaxing beach days, fishing, and fun on the boardwalk. In September, the community throws its annual Festival of the Sea, which features live music, games, and a plethora of seafood dishes. During the summer months, the town screens movies on Jenkinson’s Boardwalk as a part of their Movies on the Beach series.

Top things to do in Point Pleasant Beach

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk, which first opened in 1928, brims with fun activities, including arcade games, mini-golf, and family-friendly amusement rides. An array of restaurants, local eateries, and food stands dot the one mile stretch. If you have a sweet tooth, take comfort in knowing that you’re never more than a few steps from a cone of ice cream or hunk of homemade fudge. This boardwalk is also a popular venue for events throughout the year, including Movies on the Beach and firework shows.

Fisherman’s Cove Conservation Area

The Fisherman’s Cove Conservation Area, located on the Manasquan Inlet, is a 55-acre coastal gem that provides a peaceful place to wander. Here, you can observe a variety of habitats, including marshland and fresh and marine tidal waters, home to brants, hooded mergansers, and long-tailed ducks. During migration season, birds take sanctuary within the conservation area. Fisherman’s Cove Conservation Area is around a six-minute drive from Point Pleasant Beach.

Beaver Dam Creek County Park

The Beaver Dam Creek County Park is a popular spot to enjoy various outdoor activities and sports. The tidal wetlands are one of the park’s most popular features, and you can explore them via the self-guided nature trail, which features a boardwalk. The park encompasses playgrounds, a tennis court, a basketball court, and a pavilion that makes an excellent spot for an afternoon BBQ or picnic. The well-maintained park offers a serene place to enjoy various activities amidst Point Pleasant’s natural landscape.