Beach and Bay

Beach & Bay
The obvious highlight of Brigantine is the beaches! Our beautiful beaches are the perfect gathering grounds for summertime. So many memories have been made on the beaches of Brigantine and so many are yet to be made. The below features the specific activities that can be found on Brigantine’s beaches and where to find them.

Handicapped-Accessible Beaches

The 16th Street South beach is equipped with a beach mat, Mobi-Mat, which runs to the water’s high tide line to enable access for wheelchairs, disabled, elderly… Specific questions contact Beach Patrol Hdq. @ 609.266.5233.



Beach Patrol

The Beach Patrol sponsors swimming and rowing competitions and swimming clinics for youth. Beach Chairs are available for the disabled. Please call Headquarters to reserve: (609) 266-5233.

Fishing Areas:

North of 14th
Street North
45th Street-47th
49th Street (the
area north of
Seaside Road)
South of the
Brigantine Bridge   


Swimming is permitted at the following beaches from June 15th to Labor Day during the hours of 10:00 am – 5:30 pm, while the lifeguards are on duty.

10th Street North5th Street North2nd Street North2nd Street South
4th Street South7th Street South14th Street South16th Street South
20th Street South22nd Street South26th Street South28th Street South
32nd Street South34th Street South38th Street South43rd Street South
Bramble DriveSurfside RoadSandy Lane


Surfing is permitted at the following beaches:

12th Street North10th Street SouthNorth of South
End Jetty
South of the
Sandy Lane
bathing area

Surfers (or aspiring surfers) may also contact the Brigantine Beach Waveriders at (609) 266-SURF for information about surfing tournaments and clinics for youth.

Kite Flying

Permitted on 34th Street South to 38th Street South.

Dogs on the Beach

From October 1st to May 29th, dogs are allowed on the beach provided they are on a leash, not longer than 6 ft. Dog feces must be removed. Dogs are allowed on the North-End Beach up to Observation Tower, at any time same rules apply.

Dunes, Fences & Beach Grass

The interference with, alteration, removal or destruction of sand dunes, vegetation, snow fences, or protective barriers along the beach is prohibited.

Beach Parking Areas (Permit required)

2nd Street + 16th Street +34th Street +38th Street +
Roosevelt Blvd.Ocean AvenueOcean AvenueOcean Avenue

Beach Cleanups

In order to keep our beaches as pristine as they’ve always been, Brigantine has Clean Communities Beach Cleanups as a part of the Department of Environmental Protection.