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Stone Harbor is situated between the Intercoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean producing an ecological culture that is noticed throughout the town. But Stone Harbor is not just about nature as it is home to fabulous restaurants, trendy boutiques and comfortable accommodations. The impeccably kept, lifeguarded beaches are the centerpiece of a Stone Harbor summer vacation.
Because they are less crowded and feature gentle surf, beach goers love to bask in the sun, nap in the shade and swim in the surf on summer days. Beaches are organized for surfing, kayaking and sailing and are set aside for each activity. So whether you want to sit or swim, you'll find a beach just for you.
FAMILY EVENTS & RECREATION GALORE
This island gem may be the recreation capital of the Jersey Cape with a variety of organized and unplanned activities available for all ages. Here you can enjoy tennis clinics, pickleball games, standup paddleboard and kid's programs from fishing to arts & crafts. The events of this magnificent island have become a must do for those that visit the island practically year round. Check the calendar for events like the Spring Tide Festival in May, the Arts & Crafts Festival in August and the Savor September Wine, Beer & Food Festival.
UP CLOSE WITH NATURE
Stone Harbor is world-renowned for its nature activities and provides plenty of opportunities to get up close with the diverse wildlife. The famous Wetlands Institute with conservation and educational programs offers a host of hands-on and self-guided tours and exhibits that feature aquariums, touch tanks, turtle stations and salt marsh trails
A UNIQUE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE
Discover what makes Stone Harbor a shopper's delight by strolling 96th Street and the surrounding streets for an array of shops and boutiques. Full service restaurants and local pubs are centrally located within the resort so you can enjoy exceptional dining, cocktails on the water and evenings of entertainment.
Meters/Kiosks May 1st - Oct. 1st from 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.