Brick Township operates 3 ocean beaches and one riverfront beach.  All four beaches are staffed with lifeguards during the summer months and require a badge for every person to access them.  The beaches are as follows:

Brick Beach One

310 Route 35 North.  Amenities include lockers, outdoor shower heads, concessions, parking and restrooms.

Brick Beach Two

354 Route 35 North.  There are no amenities at Brick Beach 2 including parking.  To access this beach, visitors park at either Brick Beach 1 or 3 and walk to Beach 2.

Brick Beach Three

440 Route 35 North.  Amenities include bathrooms, concessions and parking.

Windward Beach Park

265 Princeton Avenue.  Park amenities include parking, playground, tot lot, volleyball nets, picnic tables, gazebo, fishing and crabbing piers, bocce courts, horseshoe pits.  Admission to park is free; a beach badge is required for bathing area.

Beach Badges for the 2016 Beach Season are $25 before and on June 15.  Badges are $30 after that.  Daily wristbands are $5.  Season parking stickers are $30.  Daily parking is $5 per day.

Beaches are staffed with lifeguards seven days per week from June 13 – Labor Day and are open weekends from Memorial Day until Labor Day.  Beach hours are 8:45am – 4:45pm.

Senior Citizens and Brick Township residents who will be 65 by September 1, 2016 may receive free daily wristbands to Brick Township’s beaches.  Each individual requesting a beach wristband must provide proof of age (valid driver’s license, birth certificate, county ID Card).  Senior wristbands are available at the beaches, not the Recreation Office.  Residents who will be 65 by September 1, 2016 may also buy a season parking pass for $15.

PLEASE NOTE: Beach badges cannot be purchased online.


Beach Safety Tips

The Brick Township Department of Parks and Recreation and the Brick Township Lifeguards would like to share the following safety tips and suggestions to help ensure your visits to our beaches are safe and fun:

  • Swim only when lifeguards are on duty; never underestimate the ocean or overestimate your ability to swim in the ocean
  • Swim within the designated areas only
  • Parents should never leave their child unattended
  • Obey all rules and posted signs
  • Always listen to lifeguards; it is their job to protect you
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water, especially on days with excessive and oppressive heat
  • Protect your skin – wear sunblock with a minimum sun protection factor of 15 anytime you expect to be exposed to the sun.  Reapply as often as you need it.
  • Wear eye protection.  UV rays can damage eyes.  Wear sunglasses that absorb at least 90 percent of UV sunlight.
  • Watch for signs of heat stroke.  These include red, hot and dry skin, lethargy, nausea and vomiting, weakness and dizziness.  If you suspect someone is suffering from heat stroke, get the victim to a shady or cool area and call for assistance.
  • Wear protection on your feet.  Sand and pavement can get extremely hot in the summer sun and can burn feet.