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Hope onto the Garden State Parkway and follow until you reach exit 63. Then pull off ontp Causeway and follow the signs and folow the road until you go over 2 bridges. You will be greated by the origanal RONJON SURFSHOP.
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Good day length
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Shipbottom, 31st Street, 21st Street and 30th St. usauly have the best surf.
Its is basicly clean. Unsurfably flat during high tide with the exception of a hurricane. Surf right point take barrel left.
This is a good, fun spot to surf. If you plan on comming check the wave height at "http://www.surfinglbi.com" Carefull, there are jettys. I RECOMMEND, NEVER EVEN BOTHER COMING AT HIGH TIDE!
By Notwastingtimein NJ , 23-07-2007
Its New Jersey - Calm down its New Jersey! It's just like everything else on the East Coast. Mostly tiny, rarely good, great place to travel from.
By anonymous , 04-11-2005
someone sour - LBI rules beach haven is the craziest place on earth and all the beach haven boyz are narlier than any of those geeks from manasquan or jenks.. so sam hammer keep you and your little click outta our home.. also if you wanna come to beach haven don't bring anyone with you cause you'll here it!!!!!! also if any outsiders try to surf some of the more underground spots near holyoke.. well you might as well look elsewhere. we've spent our lives surfing there so just like anywhere.. BEAT ITBeach Haven is Heaven on earth, but you won't know
By David Eggars , 14-09-2005
- LBI Locals by anonomous: you state that you live in LBI and that the south end is best in summer and the north better in the winter???? The south end lights up on off-season North and Ne swells and the north end (cedars) picks up the most swell so it's definately your best bet during the summer time doldruums. So you're a little mixed up. Not trying to be a wise ass but.....
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