Usually, when you see a headline talking about the most charming small town in Jersey, it's followed by the name Cape May.

However, in a new report, Cape May was dethroned as Jersey's most charming little beach community.

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That being said, Cape May is still a great place to visit or vacation.

In fact, Jersey's biggest beachfront resort is opening just a short hop skip from Cape May this spring.

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Recently though, New Jersey Patch did a write-up on the most charming small town in the state, defining a small town as one with less than 25 thousand full-time residents.

And with the way Jersey is laid out, we have lots and lots of small towns that would fit the bill.

But only one can be called Jersey's most charming small town, believe it or not, it's located right here at the Jersey Shore.

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What Jersey Shore Town Is The Most Charming Small Town In NJ?

I suppose it's still an "up-and-coming" town but with awesome bars like Johnny Mac's House Of Spirits, the R Bar, and the Beach Bar as well as a vibrant downtown area it's no surprise that Patch reported Asbury Park as Jersey's most charming small town.

You can catch a show at the Stone Pony, or the Asbury Lanes, grab a beverage at the legendary Wonder Bar, enjoy a few games of classic pinball at the Silverball arcade, or take a ghost tour of its historic downtown area!

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Asbury Park is the perfect combination of Mainstreet USA meets the Jersey Shore, small-town charm meets the ocean, and with so much to do, you'll want to start planning your Asbury Park vacation sooner than later!

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