Offers world-class luxury living along the ocean with large and elevated homes.

Welcome to Mantoloking

A family-friendly, charming shore community offering beautiful beaches
With picturesque, serene views of the Atlantic Ocean and Barnegat Bay and a small-town feel, Mantoloking is a private neighborhood nestled along New Jersey’s Gold Coast. A borough of Ocean County, Mantoloking is home to 335 residents during the year, with an additional 5,000 vacationers during the summer months. Originally a sleepy beach town, Mantoloking has expanded to become a top destination in the years since Hurricane Sandy, which rebuilt the community and expanded its residences. This exclusive community offers world-class luxury living along the ocean with large, elevated homes built with high-end finishes and structurally-sound design.
Homes are expanding to 6,000 square feet, which is the average size of newly constructed residences in Mantoloking. Younger generations are looking to purchase mansions in Ocean County — the area has quickly become the “Southern Hamptons” with its affluent population and desire for luxury living accommodations and amenities. With beautiful views of the ocean and bay, a small-town feel, and upscale amenities within walking distance, Mantoloking is a beautiful neighborhood to call home.

What to Love

  • The mix of brand-new, high-end mansions and 1940s cottages 
  • Family-friendly atmosphere
  • Walkable neighborhood with most homes along the shore

Local Lifestyle

Residents of Mantoloking enjoy serene living along the water. Walkable neighborhoods connect quiet streets to boardwalk shops and downtown boutiques in nearby Bay Head. Neighbors are welcoming and accommodating and with such a small population, the community is usually quiet during the off-season. Mantoloking is part of an excellent school system of Ocean County and there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities, shopping, and dining within the neighborhood or take a short trip to Brick Township for more options. Something for everyone, this popular seaside destination is home to residents of all ages from all walks of life.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

For a unique mix of traditional and creative dishes, Used to Be’s Island Eatery is open year-round and offers seasonal, fresh ingredients in every meal. Mantoloking is right on the shore, so fresh seafood abounds in this neighborhood — Used to Be’s is an excellent spot for fried calamari, catch-of-the-day specials, and lobster rolls. If you’re looking to broaden your palate and experiment with new cocktails, they also provide a large selection of packaged goods, craft beer, and imported wine to enhance your meal or upgrade your private party.

Family-owned and operated, Mantoloking Road Alehouse is a staple for the best pizza in town. Menu items include a homemade Alehouse Meatloaf smothered in brown gravy, golden-fried shrimp parmesan, steam-fresh mussels in a spicy marinara sauce, and lemon butter grilled salmon, fresh from the Atlantic.

Things to Do

Mantoloking Yacht Club hosts sailing races and special events throughout the year, including the popular annual 4th of July Parade which brings residents and tourists from up and down the coast to the neighborhood for the highlight of the summer. The day includes a one-mile race for charity in the morning followed by a community-wide parade (all cars/floats welcome), an awards ceremony, a luncheon, kid’s games, and the Henry Barton Memorial Handicap Race with the culminating fireworks show in the evening. The yacht club is a members-only organization for tennis, sailing, and social events and a member of the ​​Barnegat Bay Yacht Racing Association.


Students in Mantoloking are part of the Point Pleasant Beach School District. A few schools in the area include:

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