About Oceanport NJ

Oceanport can be separated into two sections. One is called Oceanport and the other Port-au-peck (a main road through the town is Port-au-peck Avenue). Although both range from middle class to upper-middle class, Port-au-peck is more heavily residential and has many more high end homes. There are several reasons for this. One is that it is a complete peninsula jutting into the Shrewsbury River. Because of this it has many more elegant waterfront homes. It is also very close to the communities of Little Silver, Fair Haven,Long Branch, Monmouth Beach, and Rumson. These towns and Port-au-peck form the boundaries of the Shrewsbury River. The Oceanport side houses some senior citizens. Monmouth Park Racetrack, Fort Monmouth, and a border with the town of Eatontown are also within Oceanport. The New Jersey Transit train line which runs in front of Monmouth Park is the common separator to divide the two sections.


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