Where are the best locations in NJ

by by Kris
(New Jersey)

~ question submitted by Kris in New Jersey

Where are the best locations in NJ to find sea glass?

Answer That's a good question and I think it depends on who you ask   Smiley

In June 2017, Jamie sent this photo to our Facebook page. It shows sea glass from Seaside Heights, New Jersey

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Jul 20, 2017
by: Anonymous

I found SEVERAL pieces on my 2 week stay this month durning low tide

Jan 01, 2017
Glass Back
by: Sue

Glass is back ay low tide. Not as much as before Sandy Repleneshment but multiple colors and some larger pieces. Deal is still better but Long Branch in the winter is worth the walk.

Dec 29, 2015
New Jersey seaglass
by: Tatianna

Sandy Hook....you have to acutally get in the water, then dig an sort

Good luck and happy hunting

Oct 17, 2015
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Feb 08, 2015
Sea glass extroidenair
by: Ted

I found a spot where there is seemingly an endless supply of sea glass. I would tell you but then it would be all gone.

Dec 26, 2014
Long Branch, NJ
by: Rebecca

I have been seaglassing in Long Branch, New Jersey for several years and have always found it to be excellent--for glass and pottery.

Last Christmas was one of the best sea glassing days I've ever had--pinks, jadeite, lots of turquoise and cobalt.

But, since the sand replenishment project this past spring/summer (2014), the glass is all gone. I'd say I've found five or so pieces total in my last three visits.

I don't know if all the glass has been buried or what, but it's gone.

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