Five Reasons to Visit Brigantine in September










1) Less Crowds & No Beach Tags Needed!


Brigantine's beaches are known for for being much less crowded than most other shore towns but in September they're even more private and beach tags are not required after Labor Day.  Getting to the shore is also a breeze as the traffic is much less congestive in September. Lets not forget the ice cream lines are shorter too :-) 













2)  Lots of Local Events are Happening


September is a popular month for awesome events at the shore including concerts on the beach, pro football games on a giant screen on the beach, AC Boardwalk parade, Seafood Festival and more! Go to for events info.














3)  Great Weather


The average temperature during the month of September in Brigantine is a comfortable 75 degrees and the average ocean temp is 72 degrees which makes near perfect beach days. The best swells are in September which makes it a gnarly month for surfing as well!












4)  Earlier Sunsets


Brigantine's stunning sunsets are legendary.  During the summer months after a long day at the beach you may be too tired to head back down to the cove at 8:30PM to view the sunset.  In September the sun sets around 7:00PM.  That falls right around dinner time which enables you to catch those perfect sunsets while dining at such places like Back Bay Ale House in Gardner's Basin (just over the bridge in AC).  














5) Discounts on Rentals


With summer winding down and the kids going back to school, the demand for vacation rentals drops in September which means discounts!  You can easily get 20% to 50% off rentals during this awesome month!  Go to to start your search