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Jersey Shore
« on: April 21, 2021, 08:07:06 AM »
Whatís up Slap, anyone got tips on life in coastal NJ? I grew up in the area but havenít lived there in over 15 years. Gonna be spending 6 weeks in Ocean County soon to visit family. Most interested in Monmouth and Ocean counties, but I figured this could be a thread that includes tips on the whole region if people are interested. Iíve seen on IG there are some slappy curbs in Asbury around the Lanes and the Empress? Anything poppin in Toms River, Seaside, Brick, Lakewood, etc?

Iím also hoping to surf. Got a good 4/3 and a leaky hooded 5/4. Will I freeze in early May temps?

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Re: Jersey Shore
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2021, 11:19:46 AM »
Long branch skatepark for sure

Also a great shop around the corner

Youíll probably freeze your dick off but thereís dudes out there already so itís worth a shot

Those asbury curbs are some of the best curbs Iíve ever skated


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Re: Jersey Shore
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2021, 10:12:19 AM »
Thereís a newer park in Brick thatís alright. Sayreville park still exists although Iíve never been crazy about it. Both are right off the Garden State Pkwy.


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Re: Jersey Shore
« Reply #3 on: April 27, 2021, 07:55:34 AM »
theres a curb/ledge hybrid underneath the railroad bridge in Belmar NJ around the corner from the skate park, across the street from the war memorial. Lots of curbs in asbury, some good spots in Belmar, Brick skatepark, neptune skatepark, some awesome zippy hills in shark river area, like, no traffic, mountaintop river view shit.

If you wanna get weird some good stuff like crazy street transition/fun and kind of oddly small stairsets/oddly massive ones in the office developments and industrial parks in Monmouth and Ocean County
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