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Pier 281 Marina

Brick, New Jersey - NJ, United States

Pier 281 Marina is a Spectacular Getaway Outside of the Jersey Shore

Nestled on the banks of the Metedeconk riverfront, Pier 281 Marina is a fantastic facility located in Brick, New Jersey - a quick boat or cab ride to all of the Jersey Shore's famous attractions. The deep-water marina is newly constructed with the best amenities that a boater could want during a getaway, including boat servicing for all of your maintenance needs. The pet-friendly facility boasts showering facilities and private restrooms steps away from your slip. There is a beautiful picnic area overlooking the harbor equipped with grills for your convenience and a picturesque meal on the waterfront. If you're looking for a more upbeat stay with loud music, great food and delicious cocktails, Pier 281 Marina is perfectly situated minutes from the Jersey Shore beach life. Here you will find endless restaurants of all cuisines, upbeat bars with great music and nightlife, as well as hotels in case you wanted to crash on land or stay in the city for a night. There is also plenty of shopping along the famous Jersey Shore Boardwalk and sunny sandy beaches for some serious relaxation. Don't miss the opportunity to get in on what all the buzz is about at the Shore! Read More

Amenities

  • Bath
  • Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Restaurant Nearby

Location

40.058054 / -74.10887

Pier 281 Marina

Brick, New Jersey - NJ, United States

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$3.00 - $4.00/ft

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Waterway Guide Review

Jim on November 28th, 2018:

Vessel Name Boat Type Vessel LOA Vessel Draft
Sail Adrift Sail 1 ft 0.1 ft

Unfriendly staff, once they had my money for slip basically forgot I was there. Promoted as a family dock, the parties all summer were hardly family friendly, different group of people, to each their own, but certainly not for the kids.