Manasquan Beach Improvement Association
Used by boaters and fishermen year round. The popular surfing beach is located on the north side of the Inlet
Here is a sampling of the sights, attractions and activities from Manasquan Beach.
Please note dogs are prohibited from the beach and beach walkway from April 1 through October 31. A fine will accompany the violation.
Squan's beaches are enjoyed by thousands during the summer
Squan Beach Life Saving Staton established in 1902 is 1000 feet from the Atlantic Ocean.
This Monmouth County Park seeks to manage invasive, non-invasive or highly dominant species that displace native plant and animal species. Dog walking is permitted.
On the National Historic Register, this bridge is one of three access points to Manasquan Beach. The small Brielle Road municipal fishing pier is located north of the bridge.
Features 3 baseball fields, a roller hockey rink, skate park, picnic tables & benches and a small non-motorized boat launch
This Manasquan tradition takes place each August. Activities include surfing, fishing and sandcastle building contests as well as beach games. The MBIA is delighted to sponsor removable tattoos for children 13 and under as well as the house decorating contest. 2017 winners were 1st place - Henderson's, 2nd place - Campbell's, 3rd place tie - O'Grady's & Hutchinson's. All received Squan Bucks gift certificates.
At the 2018 meeting, Chris Tucker updated the membership on recent developments with Manasquan OEM. A question and answer session ensued with Mayor Ed Donovan, Councilman Joe Bossone, Beach & Recreation Superintendent Pip Ertle, Borough Administrator Tom Flarity and Police Chief Mike Bauer.
Scenes From Our Summer Party
A wonderful time was had by all on Saturday, August 27 at The Algonquin Arts Theatre. A pre-show party catered by Max Devros in the Theatre's Dance Studio preceded "The Carpenters Remembered". We thank Pamela Ward and the outstanding Algonquin staff for their kindness and hospitality
Manasquan's Inlet Celebration
This popular event held at the Manasquan inlet took place on 7/18. MBIA Trustees registered vehicles in the antique car show. John O'Grady, Bette Worth and Rob Richardi pictured.
Breakfast with the Candidates
In October, the MBIA provided Manasquan residents with an opportunity to pose questions to the candidates for mayor and council. John O'Grady moderated the discussion.
Christmas Tree Lighting and Annual Candy Cane Hunt
Again in 2017 the MBIA in addition to many Manasquan merchants and civic organizations provided gifts to over 1900 children after the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Swing Set Dedication - 08/09/14
Mayor Dempsey, Borough Council Members, MBIA Trustees and members attended the dedication ceremony. Bette Worth read the poem she had written for all of the Sandy First Responders.
Annual Membership Meeting
On 11/14/15 the MBIA dedicated a tree and plaque in Squan Plaza to honor retiring Mayor George Dempsey. His years of dedicated service to the Borough and leadership during Superstorm Sandy will never be forgotten.
Ceremony honoring former Mayor George Dempsey
On May 20, 2018, 16 MBIA volunteers painted the 47 fire hydrants and 40 street markers east of Watson's Creek.