Sea Glass at Island Beach State Park, Toms River NJ

Sea Glass at Island Beach State Park, Barnegat Peninsula, NJ USA

Sea Glass at Island Beach State Park, Barnegat Peninsula, NJ USA

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Sea Glass at Island Beach State Park and Toms River NJ

Great finds after a storm. Big chunks. Still trying to identify green bottom figure of King Neptune.

About Island Beach State Park
(from Wikipedia)

"Island Beach State Park is a New Jersey state park located just south of Seaside Park on the Barnegat Peninsula in Berkeley Township, Ocean County, New Jersey, United States.

"The park is operated and maintained by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry. Most of the park encompasses the former borough of Island Beach."

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Island Beach State Park (IBSP) glass

Jan 17, 2011 - by: Laurel
I have found amazing glass at Island beach .

I live close by and if you buy a permit you can just drive down the beach and look.

Saves lots of time walking. You don't find a lot at once but what you do find are truly beautiful pieces

Where on Island Beach State park?

Sep 25, 2011 -  by: Linda
My husband and I were just there this past week and did not find anything.

Was there a certain spot on the island that you look? Ocean side or the bay-inlet side?

My favorite beachcombing beach

May 01, 2012 - by: Anonymous
Island Beach is an awesome place (ocean side) to find seaglass.

I just started collecting and have found awesome pieces there...some pottery shards, too. Nice and worn.

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