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The Happiest Town in New Jersey is in Ocean County

One of my favorite towns in Ocean County and all of New Jersey. Summer, spring, autumn, winter, it is a spot that you can enjoy anytime.

I love thinking that here in Ocean County, we have the happiest, friendliest town in New Jersey. Some say it’s the “best” place in the summer, with the softest sands, best waves, great trails and rides for the whole family.

For some, it’s the ultimate vacation spot. My family and I can visit this place all year round and appreciate this place.

Which Ocean County town is New Jersey’s happiest town?

Point Pleasant Beach is New Jersey’s friendliest town, according to Onlyinyourstate.com. It’s not just beaches and promenades, it’s streets, houses, and small towns themselves. I love shopping and dining on Arnold Avenue through the heart of Point Pleasant Beach.

Dezein, Getty Stock, ThinkStock

Dezein, Getty Stock, ThinkStock

The town center is irresistible and irresistible. Most stores are open 24/7. Don’t forget to buy some cones at Hoffman’s. Don’t forget ice cream.

You can also take a trolley from downtown to the beach in the summer.

Point Pleasant Beach’s winner, of course, is the boardwalk. Being a Jersey Shore resident, he is one of the best boardwalks on the Jersey Shore. The Jenkinson Aquarium on the boardwalk is one of the cutest aquariums he has and is open all year round. We have visited this aquarium many times and each time we like it more and more.

The restaurants and bars along the boardwalk are great, there are boardwalk games, and there is even a ‘best of’ fun house in the middle of the Point Pleasant Boardwalk. This is another kind of fun house and fun for the whole family. Check it out the next time you join the board of points.

And let’s talk sunrises and sunsets at Point Pleasant Beach. It’s really nice to start the day with a walk or cycle, or end the day in a restaurant with an amazing view.

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