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South Seaside Park Beaches Will Be Ready For Summer, Mayor Says

Superstorm Sandy didn't stop municipal beaches from opening on time

White Sands Beach in South Seaside Park will be open for visitors on June 15, when lifeguards will be on duty, Mayor Carmen F. Amato Jr. said.

"Our beaches will be ready," he said.

Pre-season beach badges will go on sale from May 28 to June 14 at the Berkeley Township Recreation Center at 630 Route 9 South in Bayville. The pre-season rate is $30, the same as last year. Starting June 15, post-season badges can be purchased at the 23rd Avenue lifeguard stand for $35.

Lifeguards will remain on duty through Labor Day, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Amato said.

This out-of-the way beach is actually in Berkeley Township, right near the entrance to Island Beach State Park. It runs from 20th Avenue to 23rd Avenue.

Admission for children under 12 is free. New Jersey residents who are 62 and over receive free badges after proof of age and residency are furnished.

For more information, residents can visit: www.btrec.org

Pro Line April 07, 2013 at 10:24 PM
This is old news. Guess the patch is running out of news to report.
impeach1 April 09, 2013 at 12:32 PM
Hey Mayor and Town Council. How about cleaning up the Marina in South Seaside Park or at least squeezing the other Republicans at the State level? This storm damaged hazard is just getting worse and worse by the day. Certainly you all must have some influence? We are afraid some of the children in the neighborhood will get hurt this coming summer season.

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