The Little-Known Beach In New Jersey You Can Only Visit By Hiking This 5.8-Mile Trail

When people think of the Jersey Shore, they often think of boardwalks, beaches, and attractions. However, for those who want to explore an unspoiled corner of the New Jersey coast, options can be few and far between. Nature lovers know that the North Brigantine Natural Area, located north of Atlantic City near New Jersey’s southern tip, is a hidden haven with a secret beach that’s worth the trek.

Have you explored the Brigantine Inlet Outlook and its secret beach before? Are there any other secret beaches hidden along New Jersey’s massive shoreline you think hikers shouldn’t miss? Let us know in the comments section. Before heading out on the trek in Brigantine, make sure to visit New Jersey’s website for more information on this unique natural area.

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