What is the most northern New Jersey beach town?
Beach goers all have opinions on the northern most beach town in New Jersey. Based on its shoreline facing the Atlantic Ocean, Sea Bright is a beach lovers best bet. It's located on the eastern shore on Monmouth County.
Jersey Shore is a borough in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. It is not located anywhere near "The Jersey Shore," which is a collection of towns running all along the, you guessed it, New Jersey shore line. Some of the more popular Jersey shore towns are, Sea Bright, Long Branch, Asbury Park, Belmar, Spring Lake, Point Pleasant Beach, Sea Side, and Long Beach Island. There are many more all the way south to Cape May.
The northern most town in Minnesota is the angle township in the northwest angle, it is separated from the lower 48 by the "Lake of the woods" and can only be reached by either crossing the lake or by going through Canada. The northern most town in Minnesota south of the 49th parallel is Warroad sitting between the 48th and 49th parallel.
I assume you mean by road. The road distance is about 572 miles. About 1/2 way would be exit 5 on the New Jersey Turnpike. The town near that exit would be Mt. Holly, New Jersey. Or did you wish a larger town? One that might qualify as an honest to God city? Philadelphia is very close to 1/2 way. Not quite 1/2 but close, about 273 miles from Virginia Beach depending on exactly where…