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Destination guide

Take in the oceanfront beauty of Ocean Grove

Come and experience Ocean Grove and its live music, history and festivals. Well-liked for its seaside, beaches and camping, this city is both walkable and relaxing. Are you looking for specific amenities for your getaway? Many of our vacation rentals feature full kitchens and laundry facilities.

Things to do

Soaking up culture and sun in Ocean Grove

Once you've toasted yourself to a nice, golden brown, you can soak up local culture at the Centennial Cottage, a "living history" museum in a Swiss Chalet-style building from the 1880s. Here, you'll learn about the town's beginnings as a Camp Meeting _ sort of like an all-ages Protestant summer camp _ and see how the town's congregation lived during the 19th century. Families can enjoy the rides, games, and entertainment at the nearby Asbury Park Boardwalk _ or you can catch a live organ performance at the Great Auditorium, home to 1 of the world's largest pipe organs.


It's all about that beach in Ocean Grove

It's not for nothing that the town's called Ocean Grove, and you'll want to make as much time as you can for sunbathing along the Atlantic coast. A quieter take on the Jersey Shore, you'll find nearly a mile of sandy beach, as well as regular kite flying and sandcastle competitions, and enough beach volleyball to put the cast of "Top Gun" to shame. Later, you can explore the shops and cafes of Downtown Ocean Grove, or hit up the tennis and shuffleboard courts at the lakefront Ocean Grove Park.


The season is the reason in Ocean Grove

Ocean Grove's climate is humid continental, which means warm, damp summers and cool winters, with regular wet stuff throughout the year. Average summer highs hover around the low 80s in July and August, and thunderstorms are fairly common, so pack that umbrella! Spring and fall are decidedly crisp, and winters are mild, with average highs in the 40s from December through February. Summers are the busiest time of year in Ocean Grove, and you're most likely to scoop up a great deal on an Ocean Grove vacation rental between late fall and early spring.

Natural features

We're just coasting along in Ocean Grove

A decidedly suburban community, Ocean Grove itself is relatively dense, with plenty of residential neighborhoods, municipal buildings, and a large, walkable downtown area. On the east side of town is nearly a mile of broad, sandy beach along the Atlantic Ocean, and a beachside boardwalk offers plenty of opportunities to spot the numerous gulls, terns, and other bird species that abound in the area. To the north, Ocean Grove is separated from Asbury Park by Wesley Lake, while Fletcher Lake borders the Bradley Beach neighborhood to the south.

How to get there

How to get to and around Ocean Grove

Fly into Newark Liberty Intl. Airport (EWR), the closest airport, located 34.3 mi (55.1 km) from the city center. If you're unable to find a flight that fits your schedule, you can also fly into John F. Kennedy Intl. Airport (JFK), which is 32.1 mi (51.7 km) away.

What's the best place to stay if you're looking to rent a house for a weekend in or near Ocean Grove?

If you feel like your tank is running on fumes, the best cure is an extra large serving of vitamin "sea." Seaside Heights Beach in Seaside Heights has plenty of comfy rental houses to suit all styles and budgets. A weekend escape at this lovely seaside destination located 19 miles to the south of Ocean Grove will recharge your batteries in no time.