Barnegat Township is a township in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census the township's population was 20,936, reflecting an increase of 5,666 (+37.1%) from the 15,270 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 3,035 (+24.8%) from the 12,235 counted in the 1990 Census. The 2010 population was the highest recorded for the township in any decennial census.
Restaurants in Barnegat
5 based on 35 reviews
The 6000 square foot center dedicated to country and bluegrass music was opened on January 5, 1997.
Every Saturday night, you can sit comfortably and listen to local talented country musicians, singing their written songs or songs from the country-western charts. Restrooms are clean & handicap accessible. Inexpensive snacks are available for purchase. Get there early for front row seats.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
At least five slides, monkey bars, a plastic rock wall makes this a fun time for my child. Lots of kids on the equipment, but it didn't seem crowded. Plenty of parking as well. Nearby stores for treats before or afterward. Pretty well kept, just some graffiti on one of the slides. Lots of garbage cans for trash and recyclables as well. Would definitely come here again, Library is almost cater-corner from the park as well.
5 based on 1 reviews
This business is only a couple of years old but according to the owner has exploded in popularity. I've now visited LBI ATV twice, once for a bachelor party when the business was very new and once just for fun with a bunch of friends. The owners are very nice and extremely laid back. My review will cover my most recent experience since they've changed quite a few things since my first time.
The owners run this business from their house, which backs right up to the Pine Barrens (a vast open park system with tons of ATV trails). When you arrive, the owners immediately make you feel like you are right at home. You sign the obligatory waivers because of course you will be riding very powerful machines and there is a chance you could get seriously hurt. You then go in their backyard where they have their ATVs lined up. We came with a group of 6 people and we all had our own ATV (I think they might even have a few more for larger groups). The owner supplies the helmets but asks that you wear some sort of eye protection and long pants (gloves highly recommended when tree branches smack you as you ride). They then walk you through an overview of how the ATVs work. All of them are clutchless so shifting gears is very easy. Also, if you are not comfortable with shifting gears, you can have the owner leave the ATV in 3rd gear and that should be fine to still have an awesome time. You will rarely need the lower gears for torque and higher gears for speed so staying in 3rd gear would still yield a great experience.
The owner and his son then team up and one rides in the front and one in the back to make sure everyone is safe. They then take you through miles of trails and you follow along. Every 20 minutes or so they stop at a large open area with tracks and gears where you can do whatever you want. The owners hang out and snap pictures. There's a ton of freedom as they really let you do whatever you want. Go through deep puddles, steep inclines etc. All at your own risk of course. There's also numerous quarries and other trials that you get taken on.
2 hours is the perfect amount of time. It seems like a nice long time to get to do what you want without getting losing interest. When you get back, you notice that your knees and muscles are quite sore. The owner provides towels to clean off. We decided to go straight through tons of puddles so we were completely muddy. Others decided to remain a little cleaner. You will always get dirty to some degree though, that's kind of hard to avoid.
We then hung out with the owner and his wife and they provided drinks and snacks. The owner later sends all the pictures he took via a private internet link. Additionally, he likes to select one or two pictures to feature on his main website.
All in all, this is a great experience. The owner also mentioned he does day trips where you cover large distances within the Pine Barrens. I will certainly be coming back for more.
4 based on 20 reviews
good place for whats in the area. Have go carts and decent place to eat. The other activities were for smaller kids so my kids being 12+ it didn't fit our needs to the rides area. We did gocarts ans batting cages both were good. They also have bands in bar area at night if you can get a night out for adults/
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Years ago Double Trouble was a cranberry bog that not grew and harvested them, but did the packaging and shipping. People lived there. Time marched on. The family that owned the land turned it over to the state. Now you can swim, canoe, raft, and have fun in the clean water of Cedar Creek....along with Fido. Double Trouble is dog friendly. A lot of the old buildings are still there still holding a lot of the old contents. There are many trails to walk and explore the area. And, if you are lucky, you'll find the old family cemetery (which is still active) hidden away (and I do mean hidden) in the forest. Needless to say, we've been there more than once, and always find something new to explore and enjoy.
5 based on 2 reviews
Hi Flier Sportfishing. Fishing charters for 1 to 4 passengers. 25 ft. World Cat catamaran with twin 4 stroke outboards. We specialize in light tackle. Fish the calm waters of Barnegat Bay for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, fluke, kingfish, blowfish, and many more species. Fish the ocean for striped bass, bluefish, bonita, albacore, bluefin tuna, shark, and much more. We provide everything you need for an enjoyable day on the water, rods, reels, tackle, bait, coolers with ice. We will clean your fish for you when we get back to the dock. Everything is included. Great for families, kids, beginners, or the most experienced anglers. 5, 6, 7, and 8 hour trips available. Charter and open boat trips. Open boat trips allow you to set gn on as an individual and join other people on a trip.
Very knowledgeable Charter Captain. you will catch fish and learn from a very experienced fishing pro. nice new boat with plenty of room and very stable. well worth the trip.
5 based on 2 reviews
Green Hat Kiteboarding has one of the best locations to learn how to kiteboard/ kitesurf. Lessons are taught on a small island in Barnegat Bay; in an area with flat, waist deep water. We have been teaching kiteboarding lessons for 10 years and all instructors are IKO certified. Our lessons are specific to each student and our instructors make this a fun learning experience.
Vadim guided my daughter through her first lesson with patience, skill, and the perfect balance of motivation and consideration. She got up and had a couple of long runs on her first lesson, way more that I was expecting. She is hooked, can't wait for her next session back at Kite Island with the Greenhat team.
The location doesn't get any better, perfect for learning, with shallow water in all directions, reliable wind, plenty of room in the staging area, and not too crowded.
I strongly recommend Greenhat, they are great in all aspects.
5 based on 12 reviews
Play Day Place is all about discovery and adventure, and promotes kids’ agility of both mind and body through the energetic and imaginative play opportunities our facility provides. Play Day Place offers our new indoor inflatable Basketball Zone and enclosed Soccer Arena with over-sized soccer balls, twin structurally-engineered Rock Climbing Walls equipped with automatic repelling systems which guarantee secure landings, and a 3-Tier Soft Play Structure where kids can investigate a variety of items including tubes, a slide, cargo climb, zip line, balance beam walkway and more. Our BRAND NEW, LARGE “Imaginative Play” rooms provide kids with three unique opportunities; they can aspire to be creative chefs or hungry patrons in our fully equipped “50s” Diner, enjoy the educational roles of both teachers and students in our School Classroom, and “practice” medicine as nurses or doctors in our Toy Hospital.We also feature a Toddler Room and a Virtual Game May Play Area.
Dark and dingy. Mostly inflatables placed into a warehouse. Toddler area consists of a sectioned-off area with ball pit and a couple of rocking horses, nothing stimulating nor different than what I have at home (minus the sectioned-off area.) There is a separate bounce area for toddlers. For older children, there is also a bounce house, an inflatable maze-like house among two or three other things (including a climbing area similar to what's available at some McDonald's play areas, and at McD their play area is free.) Price is $10.99 a day, but if you leave and come back it's another $6 charge. Maybe I'll take my child there when they are older and it's a day when they can't go outside, but for now, I'll pass. Take a tour for yourself before you commit to paying for a day,
4 based on 9 reviews
We love Lucille's candy! One of the oldest candy makers around! They have the best milk chocolate!!! I love the broken choc. covered pretzels in a bag. They are the BOMB! I give them as a gift, bring them to parties and fill a cornucopia at Thanksgiving!
The Easter candy is awesome. I love the marshmallow eggs and coconut eggs. They are similar to and All Fathers Egg if you are from Trenton, you know what I mean. You can get a GIANT Easter Bunny there. It is like 18 inches tall and heavy! YUM!
Their other candy is great as well. They make fudge and other delightful treats. They are a must stop when leaving LBI. Tell Janice I said Hi!
5 based on 9 reviews
I love SkyDive East Coast. They let me experience the biggest physically and psychological thrill of my life! From their warm welcome to their bottled water and couches, everything was great. CoffeeJ, the owner, is a character who loves his job. He showed us a video about skydiving and we signed on the dotted line. Joe and Luis were our guides and incredibly competent, experienced, friendly, and informative. [Joe is close to 17,000 jumps] They gave us instructions using a prop plane on what to expect, what to do, and what not to do. That really made me feel more comfortable.
The booking agency misinformed us that there would be a videographer and that 4 of us would be on the same plane. Still the GoPros on our guides’ arms were more than sufficient (check out my video), and I strongly recommend getting a video because it really showed me what I experienced!
Also only 2 of us at a time could be fit into the tiny plane, but that didn't really matter in the end because it was all about the skydiving. It was the most incredible, ineffable feeling in the world. It was like flying, as I didn’t feel like I was falling. It was more like 120mph wind was hold me up instead. I’m hooked! We are going to do it again this Fall – but book it directly with CoffeeJ this time.
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