We all know how beautiful it is living in Ocean County and the Jersey Shore.

For us locals, we are spoiled by the beauty and the fun the Jersey Shore brings us. I know definitely our kids will never understand that some people have never seen the beach or ocean in their life. This is just hard for them to believe and for me to believe, but it's the truth.

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These three Jersey Shore towns we are close too and they are so lovely for different reasons.

Shawn Michaels
Shawn Michaels

Two of the Jersey Shore towns are beach towns and one is perfect and quaint for the shopping, downtown, and the restaurants.

According to theculturetrip.com, the three Jersey Shore towns that made the most beautiful list are Red Bank, Spring Lake, and Cape May.

Red Bank is a perfect town for a night out. It has delicious restaurants and bars, it's very trendy. The shops in downtown Red Bank are absolutely perfect to find that perfect gift for someone or for yourself. Red Bank has great music specials, music in the streets in the summer, it's perfect.

Spring Lake is absolutely gorgeous. From the houses to the quaint board walk, is there any place at the Jersey Shore that's better. The beach is lovely, surrounded by the amazing homes, this place is beautiful. I remember my aunt and uncle having a house in Spring Lake when I was younger. Every summer we would head to Spring Lake, New Jersey from Pennsylvania and I loved it so much. There are so many wonderful memories that were made there and still I love visiting Spring Lake.

Cape May made the list, of course. One of the most unique places at the Jersey Shore, let alone New Jersey. A days visit to Cape May or several days for a mini-vacation, you can't go wrong with Cape May. From the history, the beaches, the wineries, and the Victorian houses, it's one of my favorite towns in New Jersey.

All three towns are winners in my books, too.

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