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Information about Avalon

About Avalon

Avalon, New Jersey is a chic little borough that gets high numbers of visiting tourists during the summer months. It's an upscale resort destination along the south Jersey shore, famous for its expensive real estate and hip nightlife. You'll find some of Jersey's best beaches in this region. Avalon, along with Stone Harbor, make up what's known as Seven Mile Beach. This seven-mile stretch is all it takes for visitors to experience the area's unique character. Avalon has small town charms on top of big city vibes. It is a mystical place, just like its namesake from the Arthurian legend.

Things to do in Avalon

There are seven whole miles of coast to explore. Take a walk or bike ride on the beach. Explore the docks and or visit one of Avalon’s nine parks and playgrounds. If you enjoy water-based recreation, consider boating, wave running, wakeboarding, surfing, paddle boarding or water skiing. Embark on a boat tour or sunset cruise with Miss Avalon Fishing & Cruising or Fox Catcher Charter. Head over to the back bay area for some fishing. If you plan a day trip with Escapade Sport Fishing, you won’t have to worry about gear or logistics. The captain’s got you covered. Avalon has plenty to do on land as well. You’ll find over a hundred stores within the seven miles of Avalon and Stone Harbor. Start on Dune Drive and make your way through Avalon’s shopping district. For fun and games, Pirate Island Golf has some of the finest mini-golfing you’ll find in town. Go Fish mini golf is another local favorite. Visit Avalon History Center to learn about the town’s quirks and local history. You might pick up some tips on the best places to visit around town. The Avalon Chamber of Commerce also has information on events and specials going on in the area. If you feel like getting pampered, Avalon has a number of spas that offer a variety of treatments and services. Some locations even offer complimentary consultations for first timers.

Day trips from Avalon

Once you get a feel for Avalon, check out what neighboring areas have to offer. If you’d a completely different scene, visit New York, Philadelphia or Washington D.C. They’re between 1.5 and 4.5 hours away, with D.C. being the farthest. You can catch some top-notch performances in the Big Apple. You can go full-on tourist mode and visit the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Times Square in NYC. If you take a day trip to Philadelphia, head for Reading Terminal Market for an eclectic foodie adventure. Washington D.C. is where you’ll find the National Mall and other historic monuments unique to the nation’s capital. If you prefer intimate local settings, take a day trip to Stone Harbor or Ocean City. Stone Harbor is Avalon’s counterpart within Seven Mile Beach. Ocean City is a well-known community and family resort destination that’s a half-hour drive northeast. You could also travel up the Jersey coast and find small towns along the way. From Cape May at the southernmost tip to Sandy Hook in the north, the Jersey shore is dotted with small pockets communities to explore.

Avalon accommodations

Avalon’s accommodations are typical of a beachside resort destination. There are thematic B&Bs that advertise quaint quarters and a Victorian-style setting. There are resorts with spas, pools and restaurants on site. There are affordable budget inns that provide basic necessities for guests. Some inns even have higher-end suites. Hotels in Avalon offer luxuries like heated pools, balconies and multiple dining options. Cottages or villas have the added bonus of privacy on top of homey quarters.

Transportation in Avalon

If you plan on driving into town, the Garden State Parkway and U.S. Route 9 lead into Avalon Boulevard. You’ll get to drive along the coast and take day trips in comfort. New Jersey Transit is the public transportation system that serves the Avalon region. It provides train, bus and light rail services around the Jersey area. Avalon has multiple local bus stops. If you plan on getting into Avalon from Philadelphia, you can take bus number 315. Bus 319 connects Avalon to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan. During the summer season, there’s a free trolley service that runs through Avalon.

Vacation Rentals in Avalon

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These homes offer a range of amenities, giving you more bang for your buck. For those looking to stay in a corporate rental, 193 of Avalon’s rentals offer high speed internet so you can easily keep in touch with your company or team. Go for a swim at one of the 53 properties complete with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with a night of cable TV in any of our 195 cozy homes.

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Search properties from 4 rental sites in Avalon where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, TripAdvisor, and Booking.com. There are 193 HomeAway rentals, 15 TripAdvisor short term rentals and 5 Booking.com vacation rentals.