Share with your friends so you will have a beach blanket gay extravaganza all summer long. The beach also provides views of the New York City skyline on a beautiful day of sightseeing. There are no beach tags to worry about, maybe because there is nowhere to put them, but get there early because the parking lots fill up and close their gates. Once the parking lots are full, you are out of luck until next time. There are no boardwalks near Sandy Hook and only two small refreshment stands far from the water are available.
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Natural place for naturists The beach is in easy reach from Manhatan although the ferry price is quite steep. The trip takes 45 min and costs 46 USD return. The beach itself is covered with gold sand and is very wide. Clothing is fully optional so you can either walk all natural or dressed in your newest swimwear. There is a mix of people coming.
Provincetown and Rehoboth may be among the most famous gay destinations on the East Coast, but did you know that the Jersey Shore is also home to several LGBT-friendly beach communities? Asbury Park has become an LGBT mecca in recent years thanks to a boom in gay-friendly shops, restaurants and nightlife less than 55 miles from New York City. In fact, the location is ideal for catching some rays and waves and tapping into the mile-long boardwalk attractions — everything from noshing to shopping there are lots of great boutiques featuring local designers. Carl Michaels spinning on weekends. Each June, Asbury Park also celebrates Jersey Pride with a big ole parade, live performances and lots of family fun.
I have finally found my happy place and it's Gunnison Beach. I'm not a naturist at all but I've Our visit to Gunnison was enjoyable, but not as special as our visit to other naturist beaches in My husband and I visited the beach on Memorial Day weekend with our 6 month old baby.