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Vote to Help Brick Become N.J.’s ‘Favorite Beach’

Brick Beach III (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Brick Beach III (Photo: Daniel Nee)

There’s just one week left to vote for your favorite beach in New Jersey – and Brick residents, naturally, are being asked to vote for their hometown sand.

The New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium hosts the contest each year and crowns the state’s top beach with support from environmental and business leaders statewide. This year, Sea Grant has tweaked the contest (which used to be named New Jersey’s Top 10 Beaches) to declare a “favorite” beach in each coastal county.

The annual contest not only provides Shore towns with bragging rights, but highlights the numerous research projects Sea Grant funds each year in New Jersey, from living shorelines, to dunes, to issues affecting Barnegat Bay.


Voters can choose one beach in each county on the ballot.

Voting is open until June 10. The ballot can be found here, on the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium website.

  • SoWhat?

    Sorry , can’t lie.
    Brick beach is worst beach in county.
    From Jenkinsons to LBI , brick beach is the worst.
    Point, bay Head, Lavallette, Seaside Bch and Seaside Park, Island Beach State Park and of course all of LBI are much , much , much better than Brick beach.

    • J W

      Why? And which one: 1, 2 or 3? The sand and water there are no different than points north or south. It does lack a boardwalk or much commerce in the surrounding vicinity, but worst beach in the county? C’mon.

  • KaayC

    You can keep traffic in an out of the only route to LBI though it is beautiful. Jenkinsons on and off lot parking a travesty and beach fees and cost of amusements a pricey outting for families. Still and all it’s our shore and each beach point has its own character. Brick Beach is a good option for resident families with children. Singles might want to try a different locale.