LBI BeachBuggy Fishermen- Question For You's
Posted April 05 2004 - 10:35 AM
I recently purchased my Long Beach Township
Permit for this Year and Yesterday Had My First
Chance To Take A Look Down There...
Problem Was I Had A Very Hard Time Finding
The Entrances..Most Marked On My Information
Sheet Did Not Look Like A Way Onto The Beach.
I counted aleast 20 Streets Designated as
Entrances for the Towns of:
My Question is,What is the Best Place To
Enter The Beach or the Most Favoritable Area..
I did mangage to get on the beach
off Coast Road in LoveLadies,Sand was
Very Soft and I Needed To Air Down BigTime
Especially on my way out....
Any Additional Information would be great..
Thanks For Your Help.....
Posted April 05 2004 - 04:51 PM
Posted April 05 2004 - 04:56 PM
not much help here...., but... usually when i find my way on i just drive the beach (if possible) instead of driving the street. also, a couple of months back i read on jmann's site about him pulling up to one of the front beach entrances, but stopping because of the sun glare. luckily he did because on the other side the beach was gone now i always check first
i find the south beaches to have more access points for 4x4. when i go north, i'm usually looking for the big rock and don't need the truck there...
Posted April 05 2004 - 06:35 PM
Here's a list I got from one of the local tackle shops.
1) Barnegat Light: No driving allowed.
2) Harvey Cedars: Permits are available at the police station (494-3036). Access points are Middlesex, Bergen, and Essex Avenues.
3) Surf City: Permits are available at the police station (494-1400).
Access points are North 5th and 18th Streets.
4) Ship Bottom: Permits are available at the police station (494-1518). Access points are 5th, 17th, and 31st Streets.
5) Long Beach Township: The township (for beach buggy purposes) is comprised of Loveladies (south of Barnegat Light), North Beach (between Harvey Cedars and Surf City), the entire length of the island south of the Ship Bottom Border to the northern border of Beach Haven, and then again from the southern Beach Haven Border through Holgate. Permits are available at the police station on 69th Street in Brant Beach (361-1000 ext 203). The Wildlife Refuge is open from mid-September through mid-April at the discretion of the National Wildlife Service. A special 6-week derby permit is available for use only during the LBI Fall Surf Fishing Tournament that runs from the beginning of October through mid-November at a cost of $25.00.
Access points are as follows:
â€¢tLoveladies: tCoast Avenue
â€¢tBrant Beach:t31st, 46th, and 66th Streets
â€¢tBeach Haven Crest:t79th and 106th Streets
â€¢tSpray Beach:tt15th and 34th Streets
â€¢tHolgate:ttNelson, Scott and Washington Avenues
6)tBeach Haven: Permits are available at the police station (492-0505 Access points are Taylor, Holyoke, and Nelson Avenues and Centre Street.
Hope this helps!!
Posted April 06 2004 - 09:04 AM
The Township sticker you purchased gives you access from Brant Beach (where the ocean road starts) south. It also gives you access to North Beach & Love Ladies, but not Harvey Cedars (the town between the last 2) . Surf City & Ship bottom are a different pay to play sticker if you will.
There are no â€œeasyâ€ ramps on LBI that are â€œeasyâ€ all the time. An entrance that was there last week might not be there the next time ya go. As BB said get out and look before you go on.
Coast can be good & bad, I've seen it W/ a 5' shear wall and 3 days later you would have never known it was not accessible.
Traditionally the â€œbestâ€ ramps are:
Brant Beach, 2 blocks south of the Surf Shack
Beach Haven 3 or 4 blocks south of fantasy island (the Ferris wheel)
Holyoke if you wana head north on the sand, going south from there can be â€œiffyâ€.
The entrance to Holegate can be great for Â½ the year and then with one good storm be inaccessible.
One warning about Holegate, watch the tide & wind if you go to the point, if you head out during the incoming, there is a good chance you will get pinched and will have to wait out the tide, it's not a big deal if you are prepared, but can be a giant deal if you try and fight it .
Posted April 06 2004 - 09:12 AM
out and keep it handy...
Posted April 09 2004 - 02:44 PM
The Ocean Road that EdJ is talking about runs parallel to Long Beach Blvd, between Long Beach Blvd and the ocean. As EdJ stated, it starts at the border of Ship Bottom and Brant Beach (~30th street) and runs south. Hope that helps.
PS; I think you owe a joke
Posted September 16 2009 - 12:23 PM
Has anybody been down to Holgate since they reopened it back up ?
How the terrain , any access to the end problems at high tide ?
Posted September 16 2009 - 05:46 PM
Posted September 16 2009 - 06:35 PM
coast ave was unreal at times.forget about getting out there and
you might get stuck driving on too.lol
do a search,there was a good pic of a truck getting towed.he was
really dug in close to a drop-off
Posted September 17 2009 - 12:58 PM