Long Beach Island, NJ, is a quarter-mile-wide island that is packed with culture. Beautiful beaches, one-of-a-kind restaurants, local theater, fantastic fishing, and unique festivals combine to make this island one of the best places to visit on the Jersey Shore. Whether you prefer a simple, relaxing small town atmosphere or a fast-paced beachside destination with a lot to do, Long Beach Island (or as the locals call it, LBI) is the perfect vacation destination.
LBI contains over 20 communities, each with its own unique personality. Beach Haven Gardens, for instance, is a quiet neighborhood with gorgeous beaches, delicious restaurants, and easy access to bustling Beach Haven. There are plenty of Beach Haven Gardens rentals available year-round for LBI visitors.
Howard's Seafood Restaurant has been serving Beach Haven Gardens visitors for 60 years. This charming, family-owned restaurant is famous for their French Fried Lobster and boasts signature dishes like orange-miso glazed scallops, Bouillabaisse, and pecan crusted flounder.
Not a fan of seafood? For a modern twist on Mexico’s beachside taquerias, try El Swell, or grab a quick bite at Living on the Veg.
Do you love to go boating? Escape Harbor Marina and Southwick’s Marina both have easy access to the bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Southwick’s Marina also holds an annual Striper Tournament each fall.
There are tons of beaches to visit near Beach Haven Gardens. Here are a few great activities for your stay by the sea:
Before breaking out your swimsuit, however, stop by Centre Street to pick up a beach badge.
The Borough of Beach Haven is nicknamed the Queen City, and it’s certainly luxurious enough to entertain royalty! Thriving downtown Beach Haven hosts acclaimed restaurants and unique shopping. You can also discover an award-winning theater, exciting amusement park, a family-friendly waterpark, and a historic public library.
Want to enjoy the sun and the fresh ocean air? Take a bike ride down Atlantic Avenue, alongside the beach or listen to live music at Veterans Park every Wednesday night during the summertime.
During the fall and the winter, there’s still plenty to do! Check out Chowderfest in the Autumn, and stick around for Kapler's Horse and Carriage rides, tree lighting, and more around the holidays.
You will find your Beach Haven Gardens rental between Spray Beach and Beach Haven Terrace. This small community is bordered by 27th Street and 34th Street. If the street numbers suddenly jump from 34th to 133rd Street, then you are leaving Beach Haven Gardens and entering Beach Haven Terrace.
Why the number change? The streets southwest of 34th were all numbered from Beach Haven's Centre Street, while the roads farther beyond Beach Haven Gardens were numbered from Division Street in Surf City.
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