Things to Do in Brigantine, NJ
Just over the bridge from Atlantic City’s legendary Boardwalk & Casinos, the barrier island of Brigantine boasts New Jersey’s Best Scottish Links golf course, The Links at Brigantine Beach – a true taste of Scotland at the Jersey Shore!
The Brigantine Beach Historical Society was formed to preserve the Island’s past. Through their efforts and the efforts of Brigantine’s town historian, Howard “Fritz” Haneman, the Brigantine Historical Museum opened in 1992 and is located adjacent to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center. Exhibits include a large collection of photographs from the 19th and early 20th.
Brigantine Beach offers a perfect fit for every type of cyclist. Whether you’re an avid mountain bicyclist, a road bike warrior, or a breezy beach cruiser, there are plenty of paths on the island. Biking is an integral part of the Brigantine Beach Community Brigantine is a Bike Friendly Town.
How awesome is it that you can drive your vehicle on Brigantine beaches with a permit (see links for info). So load up the family and park your 4 wheel vehicle on the beach for the day. So grab the beach chairs, bucket and shovel and take the whole family to the beach for some great fun.
4 Wheel Drive Permits for the 2013 Season will go on sale December 1st at the Brigantine Beach Community Center located on 42nd Street.
Brigantine Beach is totally surrounded by water. The miles of beach on the Atlantic Ocean to the Back Bays offer plenty of public access points to enjoy the back- bays, oceans and inlets that make up this beautiful coastal island community of Brigantine Beach. It’s and island you’ll love for life.. Brigantine’s waterways are awesome
North End Beach
October 1st through March 30th
Shark Park 26th St. & Brigantine Ave. A community-built playground that challenges the imagination of children.