The Borough of Beach Haven is about 6 1/4 miles south of the causeway. It is know for it’s shops and restaurants. Beach Haven has the most remaining Victorian era structures. Some are Bed and Breakfasts.
Beach Haven also has fishing and sightseeing boat excursions, a water park, and a large arcade.
Every October, Beach Haven host’s the Chowderfest. That is held in the field and parking lot at Bay Village.
One of the few public boat ramps is located at the bay side of ninth street along with a small park. (Fees are charged for use of the ramp).
The Lucy Evelyn was a three masted schooner built in 1917 in Machias Maine. She served for a number of years including the packet trade to South America. At one point in World War II, she was shelled by a German U-Boat. Continue reading
Morrison’s Restaurant was a classic LBI restaurant. It had been serving great seafood since the 1940’s. It’s position adjacent to the intercoastal waterway and large windows provided a parade of boats for diners. The volume of boats dropped off significantly as time progressed. In the earlier days, you would see a continuous procession of everything from well worn garveys to expensive sport fishermen while you enjoyed great seafood. Continue reading
A Stormy fall day in Beach Haven Continue reading
A ‘not very inviting’ day – Beach Haven Nov 2013 Continue reading