May 22nd through May 28th, 12pm-5pm
May 29th through Labor Day, Monday - Friday 9am-5pm
Weekends and Holidays 9am-6pm
Beach badges are required for admission to Belmar’s beaches from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., on Weekends and Holidays
and 9am-5pm weekdays, from Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day.
The fee for daily badges is $9 per day (children 15 and under are free).
Seasonal badges are available for $70 and $30 for senior citizens, aged 65 and over with identification verifying age.
An additional processing fee will apply to all seasonal and daily badges.
Pick-up seasonal badges at Taylor Pavilion starting May 22, 2021.
Daily badges must be ordered via phone/mobile device prior to heading to the booth.
Once ordered, show QR code to booth attendant to receive your wristband and access to the beach.
Three ways to shop.
1) Visit: belmarbeachbadges.com
2) Text “Badges” to (833) 956-2440
3) Or scan the QR code below.
Belmar also offers FREE beach admission to active members of the military and their families, Gold Star Family members and disabled veterans through “Operation: Thank You.”
Active military members and dependents get on to the beach for FREE when they show Active Military ID.
Gold Star Family Members: A Parent, legal guardian of a member of the Armed Forces of the United States who died while on active duty for the United States get on to the beach for FREE.
ALL Veterans get on the beach for FREE by showing an ID that identifies them as a veteran
Simply, go to belmarbeachbadges.com, select Veterans/Gold Star or Active Military, head to the nearest booth, scan your QR code and show ID and receive your wristband for entry.
Those who do not have access to online ordering can visit Taylor Pavilion during beach hours.
Badge Sales During The Full Season:
Daily badge booths are located every few blocks along the boardwalk.
Seasonal Beach Badge Policy For Disabled Persons:
By law, all beach badge revenue is maintained in a separate Beach Utility Account and is used only to fund the direct and indirect costs of operating and maintaining Belmar’s beaches