The Borough of Sea Girt’s beaches and boardwalk are open on a year-round basis. During the summer season we invite you to swim and sun on our clean, safe, sandy white beaches and take a stroll on our beautifully landscaped boardwalk that is pleasantly reminiscent of an earlier time. The boardwalk offers an incredible panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean that starts at the Historic Sea Girt Lighthouse and runs to the southern end of our charmingly inviting town.



The Borough Council is pleased to announce that we will be implementing a new on-line registration and season beach badge purchasing program for the 2015 season including a credit card payment option. Please check back frequently for updates!

General Information

Beginning Memorial Day weekend, lifeguards are on duty every Saturday and Sunday. Full-time lifeguards are on duty from Father’s Day through Labor Day.

To learn more about the Sea Girt Beach Patrol, please visit their official website.

The general public is allowed to partake in beach activities including bathing, fishing, surfing, and sunbathing on designated beaches only. The purchase of daily or seasonal beach badges is required for admission onto our beaches. These badges can be purchased at the Main Pavilion and other designated areas along the beachfront. Senior discount badges are also available. Parking is free for all beach goers.


2015 Beach Badge and Bath House Information

Beach Badge Information -NEW ON-LINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR 2015 SEASON BADGE/BATH HOUSE PURCHASES; PROCESS WILL BE OPENING SHORTLY Seasonal Badges are available at $110.00 (credit), $ 105.00 (cash) per badge for the season. Senior Badges (age 65 or older) are available at $60.00 (credit) or $55.00( cash) per badge, on-line registration is … Continue Reading

2015 Beach Regulations

The Borough of Sea Girt, New Jersey 2015 BEACH REGULATIONS Printable PDF Document – 2015 Beach Regulations DUNE GRASS AND DUNE PRESERVATION Great expense and effort went into planting of the dune grass, planted to preserve the dunes and protect our coast line.  Please keep off the dunes.  No person may walk or enter upon a … Continue Reading