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Seaside Heights is a world reknowned vacation spot and resort community attracting thousands of visitors in the summer months and millions over the years. The population grows from just under 3,000 (2010 US Census) to over 50,000 in the summer. With an area just under 3/4 of a mile the town draw offering pristine white beaches, boardwalk, amusements, hotels, motels, restaurants, bars, night clubs, vacation rentals, and many other attractions.

Seaside Heights is a borough in the County of Ocean, in the state of New Jersey, USA. The town is located on the Jersey Shore of New Jersey located approximately half way of the 127 miles of New Jersey shoreline. Seaside Heights is located on a Peninsula with the Atlantic Ocean to the East and the Barnegat Bay to the west.

The town of Seaside Heights was incorporated February 26, 1913 as a borough. It was formed from portions of Berkley Township and Toms River Township (formerly Dover Township).

Seaside Heights may be accessed by two ways including a bridge to the west connecting Seaside Heights to Pelican Island and then via two larger bridges ( Thomas J. Mathis Bridge and J Stanley Tunney Bridge) to Toms River Township. To the north via Route 35 connects Seaside Heights with Point Pleasant Beach NJ via a number of small beach towns.

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