- The list below includes 133 free or cheap things to do in or near Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Mini Golf, Piers & Boardwalks and Arcades.
- From Jenkinson's Boardwalk to Point Pleasant Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Point Pleasant Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Asbury Park, Toms River, Atlantic Highlands and Brick.
The Green Cove Marina is a family-owned marina that features a fuel dock, a pool, a security gate, a service department, and a boat safe insurance agency. The marina also holds events such as the 'Atlantic City Boat Show'.
Situated on Barnegat Bay, Traders Cove Marina & Park provides a boat launch and slips for personal watercraft as well as crabbing and fishing opportunities. The park offers a nature trail, open areas and a children's playground.
Ocean Ice Palace has daily public skating, open stick times, a pro shop, and offers birthday reservations. Learn to skate or play hockey in classes that cater to all skill levels, or watch one of the many hockey tournament games.
Belmar Beach stretches 1.3 miles across New Jersey's coastline. The beach offers several beach playgrounds for children as well as a boardwalk and public restrooms. Available activities include boogie boarding, kayaking, surfing, volleyball, jogging, and picnicking.
For fishing in the waters off New Jersey, Tropical Adventure offers both regularly scheduled fishing trips and private charters. The charter's two boats offer deep sea fishing for striped bass, bluefish, cod and even tuna.
Offering deep sea fishing charters from the Belmar Marina, The Ocean Explorer leads daily trips. Visitors can fish for giant blackfish on board the 100 foot Ocean Explorer boat, and rent rods and tackle.