Fourth of July on LBI and Summer 2013
Long Beach Island New Jersey
Long Beach Island, which is an 18 mile long barrier island located off the southern tip of New Jersey, helped celebrate America’s birthday despite having suffered a direct hit from Superstorm Sandy only a few month earlier. Long Beach Island or “LBI” as it is known has been a favorite vacation destination for families for over 200 years and Summer 2013 on Long Beach Island looks to be no different! July 4th 2013 on Long Beach Island New Jersey was a fun time for all who participated!
July 4th 2013 on Long Beach Island New Jersey
Summer 2013 saw many of the same time honored traditions that have become the hallmark of July 4th 2013 on Long Beach Island New Jersey. The weather was beautiful with sunshine for most of the weekend and the temperature made for great beach days. The water was a little chilly but many braved the water for a quick dip in the Atlantic. Those who visited LBI were able to take place in the area fun which includes:
- 4th of July sales in many stores
- Excellent dining
- Great beach weather
The annual fireworks display held in Beach Haven by Schooner’s Wharf and Bay Village
Hurricane Sandy and Long Beach Island
While LBI has made magnificent strides towards a full recovery, sadly not all LBI homeowners are back int heir houses. There are still many homes that are not habitable for Summer 2013 and there are many homeowners who are under construction on a new home in preparation for Summer 2014. Despite these cases, most would have to agree that LBI is up and running and OPEN FOR BUSINESS! July 4th 2013 on Long Beach Island New Jersey showed just how far LBI has come since Sandy and once the last homes are renovated or rebuilt, Long Beach Island will be better than ever!
Visit Long Beach Island NJ
July 4th 2013 on Long Beach Island New Jersey has come and gone but there is still a lot of Summer to enjoy and LBI offers everything you need for a great vacation. There are summer rentals available and just about every store, restaurant and attraction is open for business. As tragic as Superstorm storm was, the banding together of LBI locals, vacationers and workers to overcome the hardship showed how much we all have in common and how we can all work together to achieve a common goal. In the end, these are the traits America was founded upon so this, more than any other 4th of July before on LBI, was perhaps the most fitting of all.
Nathan Colmer | The Van Dyk Group
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