Buy Somers Point, NJ

1330 Bay Avenue
Ocean City, NJ 08226
1.609.398.0101
1.609.602.4492

 

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About Somers Point

Somers Point is a unique little town with all the attributes of a big city. Not only does it boast a wonderful hospital, it also is Ocean City's "Restaurant Town". Because Ocean City is a "dry" town and cannot offer any alcohol, even BYOB, Somers Point restaurants are the closest and most popular place to dine for owners and vacationers as well.

For years this bay town was the site of the women's golf tournaments held at the Greate Bay Country Club but in the past few years this event has moved to the Seaview Country Club. However the The Bay Fest just held its 25th Anniversary this past spring and the Good Old Days Festival will be held in September.

The public is invited to the free Beach Concerts series which will begin on June 14th through September 6th. This will be their 21st Anniversary season! Concerts are held every Friday on the William Morrow Beach, Bay Avenue between Higbee and NJ Avenue starting at 7 PM. Bring your own beach chair and cooler. However there are limited snacks and non-alcoholic drinks available to purchase if you prefer.

Many recreation and athletic facilities are located throughout the City. These include eight baseball/softball fields, one football field, two street hockey courts, various tennis and basketball courts, a bicycle path that runs the length of Somers Point, boat ramps and bathing beach. There are also numerous fitness centers right in Somers Point.

Privately owned facilities in Somers Point include a golf course, tennis club and several others that provide well-rounded sports and exercise programs for visitors and owners as well.

For years, the Gateway Playhouse was a focal point for entertainment but unfortunately it fell into disrepair. Currently they have begun refurbishing this Playhouse located on the corner of Bay and Higbee Avenue in the historic bay district.