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CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
"Atlantic Highlands - on the water, in the hills... on the bay, close to the Ocean, with easy access to New York City. If you want to live and work on the water, with easy access to the city, we can't think of a better place."
"Monmouth County's "Premier" Small Business Chamber. Serving Business and the Community since 1959."
"An online 'resource center' for visitors, residents, members and Eastern Monmouth Community Groups."
"A Shore thing for fun, all year long."
MONMOUTH COUNTY TOURISM
"The Blue Bay Inn is the only boutique hotel on the Jersey Shore, just minutes from the beaches of Sandy Hook. The Blue Bay Inn is a gem on the Jersey Shore, which seamlessly integrates European style, elegance and grandeur with the luxury and the facilities of one of Monmouth County, NJ's leading hotels."
Molly Pitcher Inn
"The Molly Pitcher Inn, overlooking the Navesink River, is a hotel rich in traditions of history, hospitality and high quality service. Here in this scenic waterfront setting, one can enjoy luxurious accommodations, superb American and Continental cuisine, excellent wedding, banquet and meeting facilities and all the pleasures of swimming, boating and fine dining."
"The Oyster Point is not just a place to stay but a place to be. A boutique hotel on the water in Red Bank, it's a world away, yet right in the middle of the buzz that keeps the city hot."
PARKS & BEACHES
"The seven- mile stretch of spectacular ocean and bay beaches are excellent for surf casting, swimming and relaxing on the sand. Nature lovers will revel in the 300 plus species of migratory birds, as well as the pristine holly forest."
"At 266 feet this overlook in Atlantic Highlands sits on the highest natural elevation on the Atlantic seaboard (excluding islands) from Maine to the Yucatan providing beautiful views of Sandy Hook, Sandy Hook Bay, Raritan Bay and the New York skyline."
Hartshorne Woods Park
"A hilly, forested 787 acre site overlooking the Navesink River, this park is among the highest elevations along the Atlantic Coast and features in prominently area history as a former coastal defense site. Known for its challenging trail system and scenic views, Hartshorne Woods is a popular park for area hikers, bicyclists and outdoor enthusiasts."
"This paved, 10-foot wide, 22-mile long trail is a former railroad right-of-way. It is relatively flat, traveling through both man-made and natural environments. Much of the trail is tree-lined, though some parts have views of surrounding wetlands, streams and fields."