Never bought one and never plan too. Kid told me today if I kept going pass him he would call his supervisor. So a.12 year old has to call a 16 year old then eventually police. . . . But I'm long gone before that
Yeah its a garbage policy. In Manasquan if you want to surf near the inlet you either have to get in before 9 or after 5. Or smile and chat up one of the badge police. Either way its ridiculous if you want to surf, you shouldn't have to pay a dime! But many beaches like Spring Lake don't bother you if you are just surfing. Hopefully the entire shore will adopt that policy. Surfers are the only ones who respect the beach anyway. Someone has to pay for the cleanup after Bennie's leave their Zima bottles and hair gel in the sand. Unfortunately it's us. Lame
Anyone pay for a badge?Just found out my beach is charging $90 for a season pass this summer.Usually I sneak in an early session without buying a badge and the guards leave me alone.Kind of sad when alot of other beaches in other states don't even charge you for a badge.
Wow, $90??? Most beaches around here are free, but I did buy a season pass to Volusia County so that I can drive on the beach at both the Inlets. It's normally $5 per day but $40 for the year if you get the pass. Mine has already paid for itself so the rest of the season is pretty much free. But $90??? Geez, I’d probably still pay it and still end up coming out on top in the end, but that's kinda steep comparatively speaking.