Saturday December 16, 2017

Enjoy this “Virtual Tour” of Manasquan and see the community as we do each day. Our goal is to provide you with all the information you need to make your housing decisions. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to see homes for sale in Manasquan.

A Virtual Tour of Manasquan

Manasquan, located along the Atlantic Ocean at the southern end of Monmouth County, has been a settled community for nearly 125 years.
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    Manasquan - Monmouth County

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    Manasquan Beachfront

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    Downtown Manasquan

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    Sea Watch Beach

More About Manasquan

Manasquan is one of the top New Jersey Shore communities. It welcomes visitors to enjoy the beautiful beaches, fun shore activities, fishing in the ocean and river, fine restaurants and nightlife while Manasquan's 6,300 residents enjoy living in a classic American town of thriving businesses, good schools, civic responsibility and happy families - alongside the ocean, river, lakes, streams, and brooks that make Manasquan unique.

Town History

Native Americans enjoyed this land along the river and inlet. The Lenni Lenape brought their families here in the summer to enjoy shellfish and other fruits of the Atlantic and its tidal waters. European settlers began clearing the land, making trails to become roads and building homes along the Manasquan River. During the Revolutionary War, the Inlet became a refuge for small boats and took shape as a small seaport. As the population expanded, so did its commercial district. Railroad service extended south in 1878, making the area more accessible. At the same time the beachfront was growing. Wooden bungalows began to line the oceanfront as people seeking sea air found the borough a wonderful place to relax, fish and seabathe. By the 1920s, a mix of Victorian homes, seashore cottages and beach shacks dotted the shoreline. Early town fathers' foresight made for plentiful parkland and open spaces in Manasquan, which today include a fishing pier, boat launches, and wildlife sanctuaries.

Schools

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Atlantis Preparatory SchoolPre-School
Growing Tree Children's AcademyPre-School
My First School At Main Street StationPre-School
Wall KinderCarePre-School
Manasquan Elementary SchoolElementary
St. Denis SchoolElementary
Academy Of Allied Health & ScienceHigh School
Academy Of Law And Public SafetyHigh School
Biotechnology High SchoolHigh School
Christian Brothers AcademyHigh School
Communications High SchoolHigh School
High Technology High SchoolHigh School
Manasquan High SchoolHigh School
Marine Academy Of Science & TechnologyHigh School
Red Bank Catholic High SchoolHigh School
Trinity Hall High SchoolHigh School
Organizations & Activities

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Spring Lake - Brielle Rotary ClubCivic Organizations
Kiwanis Club Of ManasquanCivic Organizations
Algonquin ArtsCultural Activities
Squan Village Historical Society Cultural Activities
Sea Lavender Garden ClubCultural Activities
Manasquan Recreation CommissionRecreational Facilities
Monmouth County ParksRecreational Facilities
SurfingRecreational Facilities
Phone & E-mail Directory

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Beach Office732.223.2514
Fire Department732.223.1599
Library732.223.1503
Municipal Clerk732.223.0544 x235
Police732.223.1000
Recreation Commission732.223.0544
Area Restaurants

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BlendManasquan
Harpoon Willy's Manasquan
Maria'sManasquan
Remington'sManasquan
Squan TavernManasquan