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Opdyke Furniture INC
308 Route 35, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
Opdyke Furniture is located on Sea Avenue at Ocean Avenue. Opdyke provides a vast array of indoor and outdoor casualMore furniture, specifically tents, canopies and awnings.
Rockn' Joe Coffee House
1805 Route 35, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
The Rockn' Joe Coffee House opened in 2009 and is located between Route 35 and Ocean Avenue. With a location that is atMore the end of all the attractions located on Ocean Avenue, Rockn' Joe presents a place where a person can begin or wind down their day. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
Ocean County Library
710 McLean Ave, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
The Ocean County Library is conveniently located on McLean Avenue in Point Pleasant Beach. It has been serving theMore community for more than 50 years, providing the neighborhoods with material to better educate themselves. The Ocean County Library carries a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction books, magazines, movies, music and computers, which are all available to you, free of charge. If you do not have a library card, be sure to pick one up, so you can enjoy these features.
Point Pleasant Beach Branch, Ocean County Library
710 McLean Ave, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

The Ocean County Library, Point Pleasant Beach branch, is on McLean Avenue. It has been serving the communityMore for over 50 years, providing books, films, periodicals and various types of programs for all ages.


Band Shell
Arnold and Ocean avenues, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
This park, close to the train station, is surrounded by a beautiful lake. There is also a stage, used for announcements,More summer concerts and fun. The park is also a memorial.
Ocean Fire Company #1
400 Arnold Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

Ocean Fire Company Number #1 is one of the two fully volunteer fire companies that make up the Point Pleasant BeachMore Fire Department. The Point Pleasant Beach Fire Department protects the more than 5,300 full-time, year-round residents and visitors.

Volunteers stand ready to respond to calls for service 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Emergency situations handled by the fire department may include structure fires, vehicle fires, motor vehicle collisions, smoke investigations, gas leaks, automatic fire alarms investigations, carbon monoxide alarms, EMS assistance calls, calls for mutual aid to surrounding communities and many other assistance and rescue calls.