Spring Lake Community Overview

Community Overview:
Spring Lake, New Jersey is known for its 2-mile beautiful stretch of beach and boardwalk, perfect for a beach vacation! With an oceanfront hotels and resorts, you will find the perfect accommodation for a weekend getaway or staycation.

  Community House Theatre:
Serving the people of Greater Spring Lake for ninety-plus years. Home to a 350 seat theatre since 1978 and each year, several shows are performed inside the community house. See show calendar.
  Spring Lake Chamber Annual Irish Festival:
Spring Lake Rolls out the Irish Festival. A family day of food, songs, and shopping on Third Avenue and Morris. Residents and visitors celebrate Irish heritage on Saturday, June 17, 2023. See Irish Festival Page.

  Spring Lake Chamber Annual Italian Festival:
Held on Third and Morris Ave. The family friendly atmosphere features discounted shopping, music, kids events, and of course lots of Italian food. Visit us on Saturday, September 23, 2023. See Italian Festival Page.

  Spring Lake Public Library:
Housed in the Community House at 1501 3rd Ave. is an assortment of Books, DVDs, Books-on-Tape and Magazines. The library is up to date with the latest book releases, Fiction and Non-Fiction. See more

  Downtown Shopping District:
Let loose your passion for shopping. Whether you're looking for the latest trends or that perfect home furnishing, Third Avenue offers many designer boutiques and trusted brand names, with charming eateries, colorful storefronts and so much more.

  Spring Lake Historical Society:
Museum open Thurs 10A-12P and Sun 1:30-3:30P. 2nd floor of the Municipal Building at Warren and Fifth Avenues in Spring Lake. Admission is free and donations are accepted. See more

  Spring Lake Borough:
A well-developed residential beach community with pool facilities, tennis courts, stocked lake with trout, shopping district, victorian homes, meticulously manicured lawns and bed and breakfasts.

  Spring Lake Five:
A race that was first run in 1977, beginning and ending at the beachfront. The 1999 event drew 15,000 runners. In 2015, the race was listed as one of the top 100 races in America by Runner's World Magazine. See More


The Beaches:
Greater Spring Lake is home to both the Spring Lake and Sea Girt beaches. Plenty of free parking at these pristine beaches with a relaxed family atmosphere. See more beach information.

Spring Lake's 1 & 1/2 Mile Boardwalk:
The entire boardwalk in Spring Lake does not have stores, restaurants or amusements. Completely restored after Hurricane Sandy.

  Divine Park:
A spring-fed, ½ mile long lake running northwest to southeast. You can paddle along the calm water in a boat or kayak. Landscaped all around, with a large, white gazebo at the far northwest end.

  Friends Of The Footbridges:
These wooden structures enhance the character of our beautiful town. Fortunately, the project to refurbish these bridges has been completed. See more

  Historic Inns Of Spring Lake:
A distinguished group of New Jersey B&B's in a tranquil setting. The secret is out. Enjoy a Spring Lake Bed and Breakfast vacation in the spring, summer or fall. See more on Where to Stay

  Garden Club Of Spring Lake:
NJ Transit gave the Garden Club of Spring Lake permission to beautify the Spring Lake Train Station. Members plant, water, maintain flowers and shrubs. See more

Greater Spring Lake Chamber of Commerce
313 Washington Ave.
Spring Lake, NJ 07762
Phone: (732) 449-0577
Email: info@springlake.org
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