You’ll Love A Trip To New Jersey’s Longest Pier That Stretches Infinitely Into The Sea

New Jersey’s beaches are beautiful no matter the time of year, and many feature fishing piers that provide an up-close look at the state’s oceans and rivers. However, one pier in Ventnor City takes the experience to a new level. The Ventnor City Fishing Pier is the longest pier in New Jersey, spanning over a thousand feet, and it offers a hike unlike any other. It’s open at all times of the year, and during the colder months it’s isolated – meaning you might have the amazing views all to yourself. It’s also only minutes away from the Ventnor City downtown, where you’ll find one of the state’s most charming cafes.There’s no reason to wait until the weather warms up – the Ventnor City Fishing Pier is waiting for visitors.

Have you visited the Ventnor City Fishing Pier and the surrounding town? Let us know about your walk on the longest pier in New Jersey in the comments section. If you’re planning a visit, you can check the state website and the Facebook page for Isabella’s Ventnor Cafe for more details. For another New Jersey shoreside adventure, check out the state’s only World War II lookout tower.

Address: Ventnor City Fishing Pier, S Cambridge Ave & Boardwalk, Ventnor City, NJ 08406, USA
Address: Isabella's Ventnor Cafe, 4 S Portland Ave, Ventnor City, NJ 08406, USA

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