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Brigantine Beach is South Jersey's best kept secret ~ is a beautiful, pristine hideaway for families seeking a safe, peaceful haven. Our community is naturally friendly. Cultured events and recreational activities provide the opportunity to enjoy quality time with family, friends and visitors.
Daily fishing trips, charter fishing, and sight-seeing trips out of Brigantine.
We invite you to explore each area of our beautiful Island and choose the perfect spot for your Brigantine adventure!
Primal Surf is owned and operated by the Laielli family Michael, Susan, Mike and Zack, since 2003. We are a full-service Surf & SUP Shop open year-round. We have a wide array of surf and sup rentals and lessons program nestled in to the areas finest location situated in the middle of a wildlife refuge. Our shop is stocked year-round with top-quality surf gear, fashions, and accessories.
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center, a private, non-profit organization, started in 1978 with a handful of volunteers and a C.E.T.A. grant, was founded, and is still directed by Robert Schoelkopf. With a permit and authorization from the state and federal governments, the Center has responded to over 4,500 strandings of whales, dolphins, seals and sea turtles that have washed ashore over the years.
The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats which is actively managed for migratory birds. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths makes it an important link in seasonal bird migration. Its value for the protection of water birds and their habitat continues to increase as people develop the New Jersey shore for our own use.
The Basin is accessible by car, boat and bus and is located 2 miles from the Atlantic City rail line. The Basin has parking for 200 cars, 16 buses and 50 boats.
The Atlantic City Aquarium, which opened in May 1999, is the most dynamic addition to the basin. The Aquarium provides a first class experience for shore visitors. The Aquarium also offers a unique educational field trip for students. It’s a great way to introduce visitors, classes or community groups to New Jersey’s Coastal Marine Environment.
Located at 42nd Street and Bayshore Avenue, the Natasha & Nikita Weiss Dog Park is open from 8am-8pm year round. Here you can bring your pup to make new friends or get worn out and ready for bed. A one-time application is required for each dog entering the park and can be found at the City Clerk’s office.