My happy place usually consists of being anywhere I can go swimming in a body of water: the beach, the bay or even a river!

But then there will also be times where nature has other plans!

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When warnings are sent out about swimming advisories, I would listen if I were you.

These alerts are coming from the State Department of Environmental Protection and they are basically telling you where there are "high levels of fecal bacteria" at the Shore.


And just to make you are aware, you do have the freedom to swim in these areas even if there is an advisory but the bacteria can "cause gastrointestinal illnesses" to the swimmer.

Is it worth it? Hmmmm....I don't know, that's up to you.

But let me show you the most recent batch of beaches, bays and rivers at the Jersey Shore who are currently under swimming advisories:

The Jersey Shore Beaches & Bays Currently Under Swimming Advisories


For more information on this topic, take a look at's original article

If you know of any other warnings or advisories that the public should know about at the Jersey Shore, please email me at so I can help you get the word out there.

Stay safe and enjoy the sun!

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