A Normandy Beach Park Badly Damaged from Super Storm Sandy Finally Gets a Make-Over
Nearly 8 years ago, New Jersey was hit hard by Super Storm Sandy. We're finally getting back to normal here on the Shore.
Normandy Beach is a barrier island neighborhood that spans the border between Brick and Toms River Township. Bayside Park, on the Rt. 35 portion of Brick Township finally has come to completion, according to the patch.com.
Bayside Park was in need of repairs before the big storm hit and finally it is finished. The park finally got its funding for completion in 2019.
Bayside Park will now have new playground equipment, a boardwalk deck with patio pavers, fish bait cleaning area, walkways, and so much more.
Normandy Beach is a beautiful part of our Jersey Shore. This park needed help and I can't wait to check this out. Bayside Park will have picnic tables and a shade area to enjoy an afternoon lunch or enjoy dinner with the sunset at the bay. There is nothing better than a sunrise and sunset here at the Shore and especially in Ocean County.
The barrier islands bring vacation vibes, lots of beautiful beaches with the bay and ocean views.🌊🏖️ Lavallette, Ortley Beach, and Normandy Beach are such an asset to Ocean County. If you haven't been over to the island, take a little trip for shopping, miniature golf, and maybe - just maybe some ice cream.
The ribbon cutting for the brand new Bayside Park will be October 5th, 2020.