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Borough of Lavallette

Lavallette Beach Patrol

Streets with Beach Access

Between Trenton Ave and Newark Ave

Between Princeton Ave and Jersey City Ave

Between New York Ave and Pennsylvania Ave

Brooklyn Ave

Philadelphia Ave

Brown Ave

Magee Ave

President Ave

Kerr Ave

Ortley Ave

Westmont Ave

Haddonfield Ave

Brynmawr Ave

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Ocean County Health Department Beach Reports:


The Department of Environmental Protection
New Jersey Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program

On this web site, you will find daily activity reports for closings, advisories, and results of any test that exceeded the federal bacteria standard, regardless of whether the beach was closed or an advisory was issued.



Beach Buggy Information

Lavallette Beach Patrol

Lavallette Lifeguard Headquarters
Philadelphia Avenue and the Ocean
Telephone: 732-793-2566
Fax: 732-793-4965
Mailing Address 1306 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735
Email The Beach Patrol

Red FlagBeach Is Closed For The SeasonRed Flag
Thank you for another great season ~ LBP


Summer Bathing Hours
10am to 5pm Weekdays
10am to 6pm Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
We supervise 9 Ocean Beaches and
2 Bay Locations, Brooklyn Avenue Bay & Reese Avenue Bay.

Beach Badges Required


Flag Designations
imageSwimming Between the White Flagsimage
imageBoogie Boards and Rafts between Blue & White Flagsimage
imageRestricted Rules in Effect When Flyingimage
image No Swimming When Red Flag Is Flying image
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Haddonfield Avenue / Brown Avenue / Dover Avenue Between Green Flags

Kayaking Locations are the same as Surfing, Lifejackets Required


Sand can collapse and create an extremely dangerous situation!

In recent years this serious danger has been widely documented throughout the world and was even featured in the New England Journal of Medicine. Victims typically become completely buried in the sand when the walls of the hole unexpectedly collapse, leaving virtually no evidence of the hole or the location of the victim. Parents are often concerned about lesser dangers such as sea life in the ocean but are often unaware of the possibility of a potentially deadly situation on dry land when digging a hole in the sand.

Besides the potential for suffocation, holes create a potential danger for those people responsible to maintain and patrol the beach throughout the night. Remember, if you dig it, fill it in.



Located at the Brooklyn Avenue Bay Beach.image
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Navigation Bullet Beach Rules and Regulations

  • It is unlawful to throw or drop waste paper, garbage and other refuse on the beach as well as litter, destroy or disfigure the beach or public or private property.
  • It is unlawful to use loud, profane or indecent language, play ball or engage in any activities, which will endanger another person or interfere with the enjoyment of the quiet use of the beach or public boardwalk.
  • It is unlawful to conduct or engage in any beach party, picnic or similar outing, cook, or take any alcoholic beverage upon said places of resort, other than non-alcoholic beverages in cans or plastic containers.
  • Surfboarding will be allowed only in prescribed surfboard areas indicated by green flags. Shock cords must be attached and used at all times.
  • Bathing is permitted in protected areas only. A white flag indicates safe bathing conditions. A read flag indicates no swimming. A yellow flag indicates restricted swimming. Wait until conditions are right before bathing. Lifeguards enforce safety rules, please cooperate. Lifeguards are equipped with radios for emergency purposes.
  • Vehicles are not allowed on the beach from May 1 to September 15, nor on any weekend in September. At all other times vehicles must be operating in accordance with Chapter 7-11 of the  Borough Code.External Link Operators must be licensed and vehicles must be registered. A permit is required.
  • Please keep off all sand dunes. Sand dunes are protected by Chapter 8 of the Borough CodeExternal Link
  • Animals are not allowed on the beach or other places of resort at any time. Animals on a leash can only be taken on the boardwalk at times other than regular bathing season.
  • Please use trash and recycle receptacles located at the entrance to the beach and at the street ends, Please do not litter!
  • Do not use the beach as an ashtray.
  • No Smoking Smoking is prohibited on the bay beaches.


Navigation Bullet Beach Wheelchairs

imageBeach Wheelchairs are equipped with large, wide wheels which can roll across the sand without sinking. Beach wheelchairs enable anyone to safely enjoy the beach, sand and water.

The beach chairs can be signed out for 2 hour blocks, if no one is waiting to use a chair they can be reserved for an additional 2 hours. Chairs must be returned before the end of beach day to lifeguard headquarters. Available on a first come first serve basis through the Lifeguard Headquarters. 732-793-2566
Off season Beach Wheelchairs are available through Public Works. 732-793-7766



Navigation Bullet Rip Currents

Protect yourself by learning how to spot a rip current so you can stay safe at the beach this summer.

NOAA Rip Current Information

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Navigation Bullet Beach Patrol Events

William Kemble Lifeguard Tournament July 12, 2018 (Date subject to change) Philadelphia Ave More Information - Date Changed

Lavallette Beach Patrol 5k Run / Walk July 18, 2018 More Information - Date Changed

Annual Mid Summer Mile Lavallette Ocean Swim August 4, 2018 @ 8am Philadelphia Ave More Information



Navigation Bullet Current Surf Conditions, Tides and Water Temp

image Surfing Locations image
Haddonfield Avenue / Brown Avenue / Dover Avenue Between Green Flags

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