Ocean Grove

ocean grove

Ocean Grove, New Jersey is directly south of Asbury Park, and is located in Neptune Township, NJ. Ocean Grove was founded as a Christian camp meeting community due to its proximity to New York City and Philadelphia. It is the first site for a tabernacle, an open-air wooden shelter. As popularity of the area increased, the town eventually built the Great Auditorium which is still used today for performances and speakers. Ocean Grove was visited by numerous presidents and was a popular religious getaway and summer town, similar to today! Ocean Grove is a State and National Historic District and is a must-see location if you’re visiting the Shore!

The Great Auditorium has been the hub of entertainment in Ocean Grove since the late 1800s. Today, it is used for musical performers, evangelists, and other popular events…a Jersey Shore must-see!!!!!

If you are not a fan of historic sites, the beach is just as beautiful as the Victorian townhouses. There are numerous Bed & Breakfast hotels, which is a perfect way to start off your morning in Ocean Grove. To make the experience more comfortable, bring your own robe and slippers!

This plush microfiber bathrobe will add comfort to the experience of waking up oceanside in the beautiful Victorian town of Ocean Grove

This plush microfiber bathrobe will add comfort to the experience of waking up oceanside in the beautiful Victorian town of Ocean Grove. Click the image to buy NOW

Grab a pair of matching slippers HERE!

Grab a pair of plush matching slippers HERE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overall, Ocean Grove is a quaint, historical town that is perfect for a weekend getaway for your family. There are local independently-owned stores, restaurants, and Inns that are perfect for an off-the-radar kind of weekend.

   

 

More information on Ocean Grove? Visit:

http://www.oceangrovenj.com/

http://www.visitnj.org/ocean-grove

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