The Hewitt Wellington Hotel
200 Monmouth Avenue, Spring Lake, NJ, USAhttp://www.thehewittwellington.com(732) 974-1212The Hewitt Wellington is a historic Victorian boutique hotel situated in one of the most ideal and beautiful settings on the New Jersey shore. Located less than three short blocks from the ocean, The Hewitt Wellington offers vacationers the optimal spot to enjoy the best of one of the finest towns on the coast.
200 Monmouth Avenue, Spring Lake, NJ 07762www.whispersrestaurant.com(732) 974-9755Scott Giordano, Executive Chef Whispers is proud to present Executive Chef Scott Giordano; "top chef at the Jersey Shore", (Zagat survey). Scott creates culinary bliss with truly refined cuisine, "that changes with the season", (Bucks Magazine). To truly be engaged in the ambiance of Whispers fine dining is to succumb to the distinct and delicate flavors of Scott's culinary creations; from his pride dishes of Pork Tenderloin, to barrel-cut Angus filet mignon to the finest selection of Lobster at the Jersey Shore - we know you'll find every one of Scott's dishes to be truly an exceptional experience.
703 Baltimore Boulevardhttp://www.harriganspub.com(732) 449-8228
Doolan's Shore Club
700 New Jersey 71, Spring Lake, NJ 07762www.doolans.com(732) 449-3666Welcome to Doolan’s Shore Club A Jersey Shore Restaurant, Banquet Facility and Hotel Ideally located only minutes from the beautiful Spring Lake beaches, The Shore Club just completed a million dollar refurbishing program. Our magnificent new lobby features the addition of a “Meeting Place” Lobby Bar where you can enjoy happy hours and live entertainment. Our new Jersey Shore restaurant, the Shore Club Grille & Bar, features great steaks and fresh seafood. Stunning newly appointed ballrooms are perfect for Jersey Shore weddings, special occasions or corporate events. And our Jersey Shore hotel features newly refurbished guest rooms, a beautiful outdoor pool and sun deck. Stop by soon and see all that the Shore Club has to offer!
1321 3rd Avenue, Spring Lake, NJ 07762http://www.rayscafenj.com(732) 359-7700The locals always know the best places to eat, and for years that place has been Ray's Café in Sea Girt, NJ. From Jersey shore breakfast favorites like Taylor Ham with Egg and Cheese, to lunch fare like our famous Jersey Burger and Disco Fries, you don't need to be a "foodie" to know Ray's Café is the place to go! In fact, our success in Sea Girt lead to the recent opening of our second location - Ray's Café and Bistro in Spring Lake. Serving Breakfast and Lunch daily, plus Dinner (Weds. through Sat.), Ray's Café and Bistro in Spring Lake offers all the dishes that made the original Ray's a local favorite, plus some very uniquely appetizing Chef's Dinner Specials, such as Seafood FraDiablo, Steak Murphy, and Sautéed Chicken with Lump Crab Meat. Of course it goes without saying, we serve only the finest ingredients and the freshest fish, poultry, and prime cuts of beef. Our Specials change daily, so just click the "Check Out Our Specials" banner to learn more!
Rod's Olde Irish Tavern
507 Washington Blvd, Sea Girt, NJ 08750-2904, United Stateshttp://www.yelp.com/biz/rods-olde-irish-tavern-sea-girt(732) 449-2020Rod's Olde Irish Tavern is a New Jersey Bar and Grill located in the Jersey Shore town of Sea Girt, NJ. This casual restaurant/bar has an old fasioned turn of the century saloon atmosphere.
1505 Ocean Avenuehttp://www.theblacktrumpet.com(732) 449-4700
Klein's Fish Market
River Roadhttp://www.kleinsfish.com(732) 681-1177
Who's On Third
1300 Third Ave, Spring Lake NJ732-449-4233Baseball Themed breakfast and brunch.
Open Space Acq - Wall
Wall Townshipwww.njeit.org/openspace.htm(609) 219-8600Open space preservation is essential to protecting and enhancing the quality of life in New Jersey's communities. Uncontrolled, haphazard development is rapidly devouring New Jersey's open space. Poorly designed development threatens our precious water supplies and other vital natural resources by increasing the amount of pavement and impervious cover, preventing rainfall from replenishing underground aquifers. New roads and large, scattered housing sites create currents of stormwater runoff that carry trash, road salts, oil and other contaminants into our streams and rivers. By some estimates, nearly 60 percent of current water pollution is attributed to stormwater runoff.
Allaire State Park
4265 Atlantic Ave. Farmingdale, NJ 07727http://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/allaire.html(732) 938-2371A network of trails winds through the park providing opportunities for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders. Several moderate hiking trails are in the main day use area of the park, accessible from the main parking area. The “South Side” area of the park is approximately 800 acres of varying terrain and has miles of unmarked trails as well as four primary marked multi-use trails. The South Side trails are accessible from a trail head at a large gravel parking lot located on Hospital Road.
Spring Lake Beach and Boardwalk
410 Ocean Avenuehttp://www.springlakeboro.org(732) 449-8000Spring Lake is home to more than two miles of the most beautiful beach in New Jersey. Spring Lake boasts the longest uninterrupted non-commercial boardwalk in the state. Our beach is open to the general public with the purchase of seasonal beach badges or daily admissions.
Point Pleasant Antique Emporium
622 Trenton Avenuehttp://www.visitnj.org/antiques-emporium-0(732) 892-2222A 4,000-square-foot multi-dealer antique center in the heart of Somerville's Antique District. Very large and chock-full Antique Center with 125 dealers buying and selling quality antiques and collectectibles in this huge, beautiful, old building. Always voted The Best.
Shore Antique Center
413 Allen Avenuehttp://www.shoreantiquecenter.com(732) 531-4466Shore Antique Center features more than 40 merchants with a wide variety of antiques, art, home furnishings, and other items of collectible interest. Some of the exhibitors and vendors come from the former Point Pleasant Beach location. Others are new, including Laurie Smith who features Vintage Fashion, Lori Zimmermann who specializes in historical paper including post cards & travel ephemera, Fred Davies who offers a vast collection of Sports Memorabilia, and Ken Jakupko who sells antique jewelry, art, lighting & unique objects from around the world. The Myers manage the center in addition to operating their own amazing array of fine art, furniture and collectibles. Rose O'Connor-Myer is president of Art Research Associates, a fine art appraisal service for paintings, sculpture, and prints of all periods.
4265 County Road 524http://www.allairevillage.org(732) 919-3500Here at the Historic Village at Allaire our volunteers and staff strive to re-create life in an 1830’s Industrial town. What is now known as the Historic Village at Allaire owes its namesake to James P. Allaire, a marine steamship engineer from New York City. In 1822 Allaire's long time friend and business associate Benjamin B. Howell wrote to him about a small forge on the upper fringes of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Howell had been leasing the property from its owner, William Newbold, where he operated the Monmouth Furnace. Howell wrote Allaire, "The furnace, as you know, is situated in a pleasant and good country and I think this country wants only to be known to render it a place of a much greater moment. As a situation for a furnace it possesses many great advantages." Thus, the Howell Iron Works was bought and opened.
Sea Girt Lighthouse
Sea Girt, NJhttp://www.seagirtlighthouse.com732-974-0514Sea Girt Lighthouse, at Ocean Avenue and Beacon Boulevard in Sea Girt, New Jersey, flashed its first light December 10, 1896. The beacon, which could be seen 15 miles at sea, guided countless mariners in their journeys and contributed to the state’s economic growth and helped make sailing through local waters safer. The lighthouse was built to illuminate a blind spot midway in the 38½-mile stretch between Navesink Lighthouse (Twin Lights) to the north and Barnegat Lighthouse to the south. It also served as a landmark for nearby Sea Girt Inlet and Wreck Pond. By the early 1900s, there were some 40 light stations – lighthouses, lightships and range lights – along New Jersey’s 130-mile coastline. Just over half of them survive. But only 11 of the original lighthouses, including Sea Girt, are open to the public.
Spring Lake Historical Society
5th Sthttp://springlakehistoricalsociety.com(732) 449-0772The Historical Society Museum is located on the second floor of the Spring Lake Municipal Building, 423 Warren Avenue, on the southeast corner of Fifth Avenue. The building was originally erected in 1897 as the town’s first public school and served in the 1950’s as a Masonic Lodge. The Museum has an intimate, jewel-like quality. Its ornamental interior, rich with architectural detail, now plays host to the collections that form the heart of the Society’s historical treasures.
Spring Lake Theatre Company
300 Madison Avenuehttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Spring-Lake-Theatre-Company/256211931508(732) 449-4530The Spring Lake Theatre Company is known for producing Broadway-quality performances with talented casts, lavish sets and costumes. The Company performs 6 shows per season, with opening night ticket sales donated to a well deserving area charity.
Monmouth Race Track
Oceanport, NJ 07757http://www.monmouthpark.com(732) 222-5100
PNC Bank Arts Center
Exit 116, Garden State Pkwyhttp://www.pncbankartscenter.org(732) 203-2500
300 Boardwalkhttp://www.jenkinsons.com/aquarium(732) 899-1212
Six Flags Great Adventure
1 Six Flags Blvdhttp://www.sixflags.com/greatAdventure/index.aspx(732) 928-1821
Bogan's Deep Sea Fishing Center
800 Ashley Avenuehttp://www.bogansbasin.com(732) 528-5014
Spring Meadow Golf Course
Wall Township, NJ 07727http://www.springmeadowgc.com(732) 449-0806
Divine Park Tennis Court
Spring Lake, New Jersey 07762http://www.springlakeboro.org/recreation(732) 449-0800
Circle A Riding Stable
116 County Road 549https://www.facebook.com/pages/Circle-A-Riding-Stable/117228718338086(732) 938-2004