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State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
Coastal flights have been completed for the 2022 beach season and will begin again on Monday, May 22nd for the 2023 beach season, weather permitting.

Atlantic County

No Current Closures

Cape May County

No Current Closures

Monmouth County

No Current Closures

Ocean County

No Current Closures

The 2022 Beach Season has ended. Check back in May, 2023.


The 2022 Beach Season has ended. All coastal recreational bathing beaches are now closed for swimming for the season. Beach Season 2023 will commence Memorial Day weekend.

Rip Current Information and Surf Forecasts


Rip currents are powerful channels of water flowing quickly away from shore. They occur most often at low spots or breaks in sandbars and near structures such as groins, jetties and piers. For surf forecasts and more Rip Current information, click on the hyperlinked title

EPA's Recreational Boater's Guide to Vessel Sewage


EPA developed "A Recreational Boater’s Guide to Vessel Sewage" to make it easy for recreational boaters to understand what federal law says about handling the sewage generated onboard vessels. Boaters will learn about marine sanitation devices, no-discharge zones, and how to use pumpout facilities. The Guide also provides information about the environmental impacts of vessel sewage discharges and recommends some easy ways for boaters to help keep our waters clean. Click on the hyperlinked title above to access this document.

New Jersey Jellyfish Information


Click the hyperlinked title above to be directed to NJ Jellyfish Information. The website contains information on jellyfish species that may be encountered in NJ waters and related topics.
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