Where the Cedars meet the Sea!
A place that is truly wonderful to live, work, and play. A beautiful community with so much to offer to its residents. Sea Girt is blessed with small town charm, rural beauty, and a rich community life with an abundance of recreational activities enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
Whether your interest is swimming, sight-seeing, fishing, shopping, or just enjoying a brisk stroll along the beach, Sea Girt has something for everyone. From churches, civic organizations, and business community work all together create the harmony of the Borough to ensure a quality of life experiences and services that are second to none.
On behalf of the Borough’s governing body, I encourage you to explore the different areas on our website to learn more about the Borough. Our goal is to make our community, information and services easily accessible to our residents and visitors. Our goal via this website and other social media venues, is to provide current information concerning the services, items of interest and functions of our municipal government.
Sea Girt’s beaches and boardwalk are open on a year-round basis. The boardwalk offers an incredible panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean that starts at the Historic Sea Girt Lighthouse and runs to the southern end of our charmingly inviting town.
In the Forbes magazine 2012 rankings of “America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes”, the borough was ranked 197th.
Sea Girt School District
The Sea Girt School District serves public school students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade at Sea Girt Elementary School. For ninth through twelfth grades, Sea Girt’s public school students attend Manasquan High School.
For the 2005 school year, Sea Girt Elementary School was one of four schools in New Jersey recognized by the United States Department of Education as a recipient of the National Blue Ribbon Award, the highest level of recognition awarded to an American school.
Sea Girt Elementary School nurtures creativity and imagination while empowering our students with the knowledge, skills, and values needed to think critically, respect themselves and others, and to achieve their highest potential as life-long learners.
Sea Girt Light House
Guided tours of Sea Girt Lighthouse are conducted Sundays 2-4 p.m. through November 18, except holiday weekends. Explore every room – the keeper’s office through the living quarters and up to the top of the tower. Exhibits present the history of the lighthouse and the keepers and later Coast Guardsmen who operated the landmark. The roles of women and children are well documented. Bygone Sea Girt is recalled in photos. There are photos and artifacts from the Morro Castle – the cruise ship that burned offshore in 1934, prompting a heroic rescue. Tours are free; donations appreciated. Please note there will be no tours on these Sundays: May 13 (Mother’s Day), May 27 (Memorial Day weekend), June 17 (Father’s Day), July 1 (Independence Day weekend), September 2 (Labor Day weekend) and October 7 (Columbus Day weekend).
Sea Girt Eateries
Swing by Sea Girt restaurants for fresh seafood specialties and made-from-scratch dishes.
The Borough of Sea Girt’s beaches and boardwalk are open on a YEAR ROUND basis. During the summer come swim and sun on the clean, safe, sandy white beaches and take a stroll on our beautifully landscaped boardwalk that is pleasantly reminiscent of an earlier time. The boardwalk offers an incredible panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean that starts at the Historic Sea Girt Lighthouse and runs to the southern end of our charmingly inviting town. The general public is allowed to partake in beach activities including bathing, fishing, surfing, and sunbathing on designated beaches only.
Beach Badge Information
Season Badge – $105
Daily Badge – $10 (no credit cards)
Senior Season Badge – $60.00 (age 65 and over)
Daily Badge Coupon Book – $100
Bath House (including 5 badges) – $1,200
Catamaran mooring – season – $400
Kayak Storage – season – $200
Badges ordered online may be picked up at the Beach Pavilion 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
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