Spring Lake, NJ
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The picturesque seaside town of Spring Lake offers its residents and vacationers an unhurried atmosphere of gracious living which has made it a unique resort at the Jersey Shore for more than 100 years. Two miles of uncluttered beach and the longest non-commercial boardwalk in New Jersey add to the one-of-a-kind atmosphere of Spring Lake.
Turn-of-the-century architecture borders the wide tree-lined streets which surround a large lake. "Spring Lake" is named for the fountains of crystal clear water which emanates from a multitude of underground springs. Paths, shady nooks and rock gardens extend through the weeping willow lined shores of the lake and provide a peaceful spot for a quiet evening walk. Gazebo
Shopping Village
Shoppers also have a reason to enjoy Spring Lake. The town is noted for more than 60 fine shops and boutiques. A variety of gourmet restaurants are here to tempt your appetite. Everything from home-cooked meal in a quiet atmosphere to continental cuisine in elegant surroundings is available.
Entertainment may include a band concert at the Gazebo, or an evening of theatre at the Community House. Of course, golf, tennis, fishing, bicycling, water skiing, boating, horseback riding, and even thoroughbred racing and trotters are available nearby. Theatre
Lodging for your ideal family vacation (or just a quick getaway) is available from more than two dozen wonderful bed & breakfasts, inns and hotels.



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