Pamela Dixon and William Thomason asked not to be dipped too far in the water.
Generations of shore visitors may change, but one thing remains the same: The beach is a great place to play games.
Wendy Buell pulled up to the beach entrance on East Putnam Avenue in Strathmere on a hot Friday morning.
As parents boarded the A.J. Meerwald in Barnegat Light last week, they hugged kids they had not seen in four days.
There’s one thing you need to know about stand-up paddleboarding.
It’s sweltering hot on a recent Wednesday afternoon. The heat coming off the Black Horse Pike in Mays Landing makes the air look blurry; not a cloud in the sky provides relief from the sun.
They journey offshore to the deep blue waters, they pull up to wrecks and reefs inshore, they drift along the beachfront and in the inlets and they fit into the shallow “skinny” waters of the back bays.
Spring is the season to break out the bicycle, and there’s no better place for biking than oh-so-flat southern New Jersey.
Genelle Kraner tried kayaking for the first time two months ago, but she already puts it right up there with paddleboarding as one of her favorite ways to spend time on the water.