NJ Bayshore region

Explore the Shore on the other side: South Jersey’s Bayshore

Explore the Shore on the other side: South Jersey’s Bayshore

Apr 2, 2015 4:49:28 PM / by Rachel Rodgers

Do you love going down the Jersey Shore every summer? This summer try something different with a trip to the other side of South Jersey, the Delaware Bayshore region.

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     Along the Delaware River Bay, this beautiful strip of beaches on the bayshore enjoys   less wind and extreme heat, there’s also a big boating and waterman’s culture in practically every town. Big-time fishing, crabbing and boating town like Maurice Rive  Cove, Port Norris, Bivalve, Shellpile, and Fortescue were one of the largest oyster-  harvesting regions in the world in the 20th century. As opposed to the small and crowded property lots in some other shore towns, the Bayshore area is  peaceful and beautiful: full of wide-open coastal property and uncrowded beaches along the coast.
The Charlesworth Restaurant and Hotel, Fortescue, NJ
A favorite fresh seafood resturant for locals is theCharlesworth Hotel and Restaurant in Fortescue, NJ. A nearly 100-year-old historical inn and restaurant, the Charlesworth serves heaps of fresh seafood dishes directly from the region. After the horrible blow from Superstorm Hurricane Sandy in Oct. 2012, the owners Jim and Shirley Fonash weren’t sure that they would be able to save it.  With the help of  countless volunteer builders and numerous repairs, the Charlesworth will be reopening tommorrow, for it’s first summer season since 2012.
Come to the Charlesworth Restaurant and other amazing beaches and venues onSouth Jersey’s Delaware Bayshore this summer.

Feel free to check out these nautical items and boater’s totes for your beachy summer plans.

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Written by Rachel Rodgers

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