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Tices Shoal is a shoal located in Barnegat Bay near Island Beach State Park, in Lacey Township [ citation needed ], Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. However the name is also used to describe a location commonly used by boats and other water craft slightly to the east. There is foot access to the main road of Island Beach State Park located at 39°50′01″N74°05′29″W / 39.833716°N 74.091501°W / 39.833716; -74.091501 . This connects the boat anchorage to the beaches of the park. In the summer of 2015, a fee was added to walk from the anchorage to Island Beach State Park while lifeguards are on duty. [1] [2]

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Coordinates: 39°50′23″N74°06′31″W / 39.839843°N 74.108746°W / 39.839843; -74.108746