Here is our Top 10 of the best events at the Jersey Shore in August 2015, including the Haskell Invitational, Cape May Craft Beer fest, a baby parade, Tuckerton Seaport food trucks and beer, Allaire Village antique car show, Long Branch Jazz fest, monster trucks on the Wildwood beach and a lot more
Keansburg Amusement Park opened their new roller coaster “The Looping Star” during the 4th of July weekend. The new Pinfari ZL42 will offer thrill seekers a loop, turns, drops and over the edge twists for the 2015 summer season.
Even so late in the season, you could be lucky and find a great deal and last minute availability on a Jersey Shore summer rental. Check out our list of special offers and available homes and condos down the shore. Locations include Point Pleasant Beach, Seaside Heights, Wildwood, Ortley Beach, Mantoloking, Seaside Park, Bradley Beach and other Jersey Shore beach towns.
We compiled a list of the best locations to watch 4th of July fireworks at the Jersey Shore in 2015. Locations include the Wildwoods, Pt. Pleasant Beach, Seaside, Ocean City, Asbury Park, AC, Sea Isle City, Long Branch and much more.
The best July 2015 events at the Jersey Shore include the OceanFest, Anglesea Blues Festival, a Night in Venice and a Promenade of Mermaids, the FilmOne Fest, baby parades and more.
Six Flags Great Adventure unveils a second thrilling roller coaster experience for 2015 as it flips BATMAN: The Ride, backwards for a limited time beginning July 4th weekend. The world’s largest theme park also teams up with Coca-Cola to celebrate Independence Day with July 4th Fest from July 3 to 5. Guests can enjoy some of the best thrill rides in the world, listen to live music and watch dazzling fireworks displays.
From June 21-26, 2015, nearly 400 members of American Coaster Enthusiasts are embarking on the annual pilgrimage to embrace Coaster Con. On June 24, Morey’s Piers and Beachfront Water Parks in Wildwood welcomes attendees from 35 different states, as well as enthusiasts from Canada and Europe.
Diggerland USA in West Berlin, NJ unveiled its 25th attraction: A fleet of amphibious 8-wheeled black-and-yellow vehicles, otherwise known as ARGOs, seen for the first time in the United States. Children and their families can operate the all-terrain machines on an off road course.