Make a Difference at One of these New Jersey Beach Cleanups

Posted on: September 4th, 2017 by

 

New Jersey Beach Cleanups

You can help clean up a beach.

 

Twice a year, Clean Ocean Action asks for your help with New Jersey Beach Cleanups!

There’s no fun in walking along the beach as you try to avoid plastic bags, food garbage and all those other items that are left behind or washed up. You can help any time you’re at the beach, or join Clean Ocean Action at any of the following New Jersey beach cleanups set for Saturday, October 21, 2017, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm (unless noted below).

 

Most of the groups will supply the gloves and garbage bags needed for the sweeps all you supply are the hands. For the little ones, I suggest grabbing an old pair of winter gloves or mittens and let them wear those while doing the sweep. The latex gloves most likely won’t come in toddler size.

 

New Jersey Beach Cleanups

 

2017 Clean Ocean Action‘s Fall Beach Sweeps Locations

Volunteers must register using this link to Clean Ocean Action.

 

New Jersey Beach Cleanups are Saturday October 21 2017

 

New Jersey Beach Cleanups in Atlantic County

  • Atlantic City
    • Albany Avenue
    • Gardner’s Basin
  • Oceanville – Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge
  • Longport – 33rd and Atlantic Avenue Beach
  • Margate – Granville Avenue Beach
  • Ventnor City – Newport Avenue Beach
  • Brigantine – 17th St. Beach, South
  • Galloway – Edwin J Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge

 

New Jersey Beach Cleanups in Cape May County

  • Cape May – 
    • Nature Center of Cape May
    • 2nd Avenue Beach
  • Margate – Granville Ave Beach
  • Ocean City – Music Pier
  • Sea Isle City – John F. Kennedy Boulevard Beach
  • Stone Harbor – 96th Street Beach
  • Villas – Village Road & Bay Drive
  • Wildwood – Poplar Avenue Beach
  • Wildwood Crest – Centennial Park

 

Beach Cleanups in Middlesex County

  • South Amboy/Sayreville – Raritan Bay Waterfront Park

 

Old Bridge Waterfront Park is one of the locations for the New Jersey Beach Cleanups

 

New Jersey Beach Cleanups in Monmouth County

  • Aberdeen – Fisherman’s Parking Lot at Cliffwood Beach
  • Allenhurst/Loch Arbour – Euclid Avenue (105 Euclid Avenue, Loch Arbor)
  • Asbury Park  
    • Convention Hall at the Boardwalk
    • North Beach
  • Atlantic Highlands – Harbor parking lot
  • Avon – Avon Pavilion at Norwood & Ocean (North End of the Beach)
  • Belmar
    • Third Avenue Beach
    • 16th Avenue Beach
  • Bradley Beach – Gazebo at 5th and Ocean Ave
  • Deal – Hathaway Avenue
  • Highlands – Popamora Pt. on Shore Drive
  • Keansburg – Batting Cages
  • Keyport – Cedar Street
  • Long Branch – Madison Avenue Beach
  • Manasquan East Main Street Beach
  • Middletown Twp
    • Leonardo Public Beach South
    • Ideal Beach
    • Bayshore Waterfront Park
  • Monmouth Beach – Bathing Pavilion
  • Ocean Grove – Boardwalk Pavilion
  • Red Bank – Maple Cove
  • Rumson – Victory Park
  • Sandy Hook – Lot D
  • Sea Bright –
    • Tradewinds Beach
    • Public Beach
    • Public access across from old Anchorage Building
  • Sea Girt – Boardwalk at Beacon Boulevard
  • Spring Lake – South End Pavilion
  • Union Beach – Front and Florence Avenues

 

New Jersey Beach Cleanups in Ocean County

  • Bay Head – Beach House Classic Board Shop
  • Brick –  Brick Beach 1
  • Lavallette – Philadelphia Avenue Beach
  • Long Beach Island –  Alliance for a Living Ocean office
  • Ocean Gate – Wildwood Avenue Pier
  • Pt. Pleasant – Maxson and River Avenue
  • Pt. Pleasant Beach
    • Jenkinson’s Aquarium on the Boardwalk
    • Maryland Avenue
  • Seaside Park – 
    • Second Avenue
    • Island Beach State Park
    • Stockton Avenue
    • Midway Beach
  • Toms River
    • Brown’s Wood Preserve
    • Ortley Beach at 3rd Avenue

 

Boys playing on a New Jersey beach

 

Volunteers must register using this link to Clean Ocean Action. Check the website for newly added locations, and locations offering clean ups on a different day

 

A great excuse for a beach day and a great way to teach your kids how to make a difference!

2 thoughts on “Make a Difference at One of these New Jersey Beach Cleanups

  1. Faith Wendowski says:

    My company is interested in volunteering for a beach clean up possibly in Long Branch or that area on June 16, 2017. I could have 30 – 40 volunteers for the morning of June 16, 2017 maybe a few more. Any ideas who I could contact to make something like this happen

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