Tide charts for Long Beach Island
Here is a list of tide charts for Long Beach Island. These can help you see when the worst impact of a storm will occur
The tide cycle is generally a little over 12 hours between high tides. The low tide is generally about 6 hours after the high tide. The tide cycle being over 12 hours means that that high tide will appear about an hour later each day.
Note – use the tide charts at your own risk
These are sites showing tide charts in various formats.
- Noaa.gov – A good graphical and text representation of tides.
- Marine Weather – Weather and tides. If you aren’t sure of the location, try “Little Egg Harbor”, “Great Bay” or “Barnegat Bay”
- Willy Weather – Map based tide searches
The links below are direct links to the tide charts from Tides.net.
Little Egg Harbor (South of the causeway)
- Beach Haven Coast Guard Station
- Beach Haven Crest
- Cedar Run
- Dinner Point Creek, upper end
- Parker Run, upper end
- Tuckerton Creek entrance
- Tuckerton, Tuckerton Creek
- West Creek
- Westecunk Creek
- Westecunk Creek entrance
Barnegat Bay (North of the causeway)
- Barnegat Inlet, USCG Station
- Barnegat Pier
- Cedar Creek
- Coates Point
- Double Creek
- Forked River
- Goose Creek entrance
- High Bar
- Island Beach
- Island Beach, Sedge Islands
- Kettle Creek, Green Island
- Loveladies Harbor
- Ocean Beach
- Oyster Creek Near the powerplant, NOT near the Mullica River.
- Seaside Park
- Silver Bay, Silver Bay Marina
- Sloop Creek
- Stouts Creek
- Toms River (town), Toms River