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Where to Eat in Strathmere

Despite being a tiny unincorporated community, Strathmere’s few dining options pack an impressive powerful punch. At night, visitors flock to this end of the island to dine tastefully in its top-rated restaurants. 729 more words

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Where to Stay in Strathmere

During the day, Strathmere beaches are popular destinations for inland visitors who wish to enjoy a free, tag-less beach. But at night, aside from diners who come in to town to dine at one of Strathmere’s three restaurants, mostly who you will find here are home owners, members of the island’s only trailer resort, or vacationers who have rented someone else’s home. 253 more words

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Strathmere Beach Information

Strathmere’s beaches are a great place to be on a hot summer afternoon, a cool autumn morning or a balmy spring night. Whether you are a beachcomber, sunbather, surfer or sandcastle builder, you are sure to enjoy your time on these white sand beaches. 455 more words

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History of Strathmere

For over 2000 years the Leni-Lenape Indians lived in the area that would later become New Jersey. They came to the coast to fish and gather quahog shells, from which they “wampum” , or currency. 1,651 more words

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Where The Ocean Meets the Bay

Originally named “Corson’s Inlet” for the body of water hugging the northern shores of the barrier island it sits upon, Strathmere is a tiny unincorporated community that shares its island home with Sea Isle City and Townsends Inlet to the south. 628 more words

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