Did you know?
Bruce Springsteen and Ira Gershwin liked hanging out in Belmar.
Our library was the national Carnegie model.
We were home to the first flock of mute swans bred in America.
Remains of a famous shipwreck are right off our shore.
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The Borough of Belmar is located in Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Belmar is a beautiful community blessed with small town charm, rural beauty, and a rich community life with an abundance of recreational activities enjoyed by visitors and residents alike.
The Borough of Belmar’s beaches and boardwalk are open on a year-round basis.
During the summer we invite you to swim, sun, fish, surf, boogie board, and kayak on our clean, safe, sandy white beaches and to stroll on our beautifully landscaped boardwalk.
Our mile long boardwalk offers incredible panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The boardwalk and beach area is located on Ocean Avenue and runs from First to Twentieth Avenues,
offers many interesting attractions, shops and eateries along the boardwalk, as well as fun along the extensive stretch of beach.
Downtown Belmar offers numerous culinary options, including authentic Mexican, Cajun, Italian and old-fashioned American fare,
and many restaurants offer sidewalk tables for people watching.
In the warm months there is always something going on downtown.
Downtown Belmar is a “must visit” on your vacation itinerary.
Shopping and Dinning
Shops on Belmar’s Ocean Avenue offer surfing gear, souvenirs, beach sundries, snacks and fine dining while Belmar’s Main Street features
chic boutiques, art galleries, home decor specialists, coffee houses and diverse and delicious eateries. Visit belmardiningguide.com to view our dinning guide.
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Manutti Marina is designed to make the everyday extraordinary.
The Belmar Manutti Municipal Marina is one of the premier marinas along the Atlantic coast.