Halfway between Ocean
City and Cape May is one of the finest resorts on the whole New
Jersey coast - Stone Harbor. It shares the barrier island with
Avalon occupies the northern
end of the island and at 80th Street, Avalon ends and Stone Harbor
begins. Together they share 7 miles of pristine
beaches and sparkling clear ocean water.
Beach tags are
Visitors all over South
Jersey flock to Stone Harbor to enjoy a unique
Quaint shops of every genre can be found here from boutiques to
souvenir stores. While you are in town, make sure to check their
calendar of events for
more choices on what to see and do.
plentiful in both Avalon and Stone Harbor as well as pizza shops and
ice cream parlors. Whatever your mood or desire, you can find it
Sometimes it does happen
while on vacation and if you do not feel well, there are
doctors on the
is just a few miles away.
Stone Harbor not only cares
for your needs but cares for the environment also and has dedicated
6,000 acres of coastal wetlands for the preservation and education
of the ecosystem -
The Wetlands Institute.
As you enter Stone Harbor from the causeway,
you pass this educational facility. You can learn even more about
this government site.
The municipality of Stone Harbor
has also dedicated 21 acres of valuable property for the safety and nesting of herons - Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary.
It is registered as a National Landmark by the National Park Service and
thousands of herons can be seen here.
Map of Stone Harbor
Tags are required in Stone Harbor
Beach Tag Office
- summer: 609-368-6805
Beach Patrol - summer: 609-368-8461
Hours 10AM to 5PM
$5 day, $10 week, $22 season. Tags
required 5/27 - 9/5
to the Beach
10 am - 5 pm
108th Street & 110th Street
Surf Fishing Beaches
at discretion of lifeguard captain on
a daily basis
Public Boat Ramps
80th St Marina - $6 day, $75 seasonal
City has sand wheelchairs that can be
reserved at the Beach Tag Office 368-6805. There is no charge for
use of chairs. City does have accessible beaches. See Beach Patrol
Tags are available by mail
or at the Stone Harbor Beach Patrol Building, 95th Street & the
Beach (609-368-6805) or at the beach.
Stone Harbor and Avalon beach
tags are accepted at