5 old beach rules New Jersey should get rid of for summer 2022

Summer 2022 would be a lot more fun without those pesky old beach rules!

Memorial Day is fast approaching.

Soon everyone in Ocean County will be flocking to the beach! It truly is the best time of year at the Jersey Shore.

We are so lucky to live in an area with beautiful beaches and so much to do during the summer. But, let’s face it, some changes need be made.

There are some old Ocean County beach rules that need to be put to bed once and for all! I’m sure you’ve sat on the beach and wondered how other beach states can get away with it without New Jersey’s laws.

I know what you’re thinking. These laws are in place for safety reasons! And who is going to pay for all this?

Of course, there is a time and a place for safety. And that’s important. But there is also room for efficiency and compromise. I really think some of these outdated rules can be changed in a way that everyone wins!

We can allow people to enjoy the beach in new ways while setting safe limits. I would also say that changing some of these laws could bring more business and money to the Jersey Shore. Perhaps changing these laws could be profitable.

It’s time for New Jersey to join the other states and get rid of these outdated beach rules. All it takes is a little off the beaten path!

Do you agree with me that these old NJ beach laws need to be put to bed?

It’s time to end these 5 outdated New Jersey beach rules

The Jersey Shore is awesome, but there’s room for change. It’s time to put an end to those old beach rules.

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