South Jersey Shore
Realtors reported banner business last year, and early indications are this year will be better — in part due to the harsh winter, the improved economy, and the ease of comparing offerings and booking a rental online.
Towns had time to prepare for this one, and the storm itself didn’t hit as hard as predicted.
Liza Cartmell, with the Atlantic City Alliance, which is launching the ad campaign, says the specific target audience is Philadelphia.
One aspect of a new Atlantic City tourism campaign will give drivers what could be considered a “free ride” on certain days next month.
Hopeful beachgoers were feeling the effects of the storm, with both rain and winds increasing in intensity as the storm passed well off shore.
Emergency management coordinators gathering at the Wildwood Convention Center were operating under the belief that it’s not a matter of if the Jersey shore gets hit with a hurricane, it’s when.
Despite the classic oldie “Under the Boardwalk,” it’s actually what’s on the boardwalk that counts.
Recently, when a driving rain slashed the Jersey shore, we went looking for an indoor retreat. And we found a gem at the Cape May County Airport.
Wildwood deputy mayor Pete Byron says there’s a festival or a parade scheduled for almost every week of the summer season, and beyond.
Beach bars, fitness classes on the boardwalk, and oceanfront dancing are some of the enticements planned for this summer by South Jersey shore towns.
A getaway into an underwater world of pirates, shipwrecks, and naval battles is as close as Monmouth County, NJ.
In planning getaways to the Jersey shore, there’s an easy way to get on the water and explore nature — for an hour, or a day.
We’ve arrived at the week when area tourists who are seeking thinly populated getaway destinations get their wish.
In many South Jersey shore locations, Hurricane Sandy blew in a bonus.
Since July 9th, the carcasses of 21 dolphins have washed up, from Monmouth County to Cape May.