New Jersey beach fees on the rise

May 22, 2009 2:48:51 PM PDT
Five New Jersey beaches have raised their daily beach badge prices this year, while one cut it. New Jersey is one of a handful of places nationwide that charge beach access fees.

The state Public Advocate's Office says Point Pleasant Beach, Brigantine, Cape May, Sea Girt and Toms River raised their daily beach fees by $1. It now costs between $5 to $8 to enjoy the surf and sand in those places.

Sea Isle City cut its daily fee from $5 to $4.

Seasonal badges are up by $5 in Point Pleasant Beach, Cape May Point, Lavallette, and Toms River, and by $10 in Sea Girt.

Seasonal fees range from $25 in Cape May Point to $80 in Point Pleasant Beach and Sea Girt.


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