No. All of Loveladies’ beautiful beaches are open to the public, and there are six locations where visitors can get to the beach from Long Beach Boulevard. All have free public parking:
· 30th Street in Barnegat Light
· Dolphin Lane (North Pumping Station)
· Coast Avenue
· Loveladies Lane (South Pumping Station)
· Seashell Lane
· 86th Street in Harvey Cedars
Beach badges are required during the summer months.
A. There are about 970 homes in Loveladies, and of these about 390 make up the Loveladies Harbor section.
The Loveladies Property Owners Association aims to represent the broad interests of the total Loveladies constituency. The Loveladies Harbor Organization (LHO) represents the particular interests of Harbor property owners. For example, the LHO owns real estate and has paid employees on its staff. It owns and manages two parking lots for use by Harbor residents. They also own and manage Matthew’s Point Park on the bay at the foot of Panorama Drive. The LHO Harbormaster oversees use of the Harbor’s extensive system of lagoons.
All Loveladies property owners are welcome to become members of the Loveladies Property Owners Association, whereas only those who own property in the Harbor are eligible to join the Loveladies Harbor Organization. However, many Harbor owners find it worthwhile to belong to both organizations.
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A. The parking lots are operated by our sister organization, the Loveladies Harbor Organization. You must apply to them for all information about the parking lots.
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