What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
$39 for a summer-fun package for one ($63.95 value)
- One three-hour unlimited-ride wristband
- One Lighthouse Point round of mini golf
- One 7D Dark Ride admission
- One regular soft-serve ice-cream cone
$77 for a summer-fun package for two ($127.90 value)
- Two three-hour unlimited-ride wristbands
- Two Lighthouse Point rounds of mini golf
- Two 7D Dark Ride admissions
- Two regular soft-serve ice-cream cones
Enjoy more than 26 amusement park rides, or play a round of mini-golf on the new Lighthouse Point course with ocean views. Then, strap in for an interactive 7D Dark Ride interactive theater with motion simulators. From their motion chairs, viewers interact with one of two 7D features, Road Fighters or Zombies, taking down Mad Max style bad guys or the undead with weapon simulators. Guests can round-out their day with regular soft-serve ice-cream cones.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 5, 2016. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiples. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Redeem at Jenkinson's South Arcade (corner of Arnold/Ocean), and Jenkinson's South Beach Arcade (Corner of Trenton/Ocean) open at 9:00 a.m. Also redeem at Guest Relations in Jenkinson's South Amusement Park beginning at noon. Not valid with promotional codes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About Jenkinson's Boardwalk
- Mile-long boardwalk with batting cages, food vendors, and mini-golf
- Amusement park with 20+ rides, a fun house, and arcade games
- Sprawling beach with lifeguards on duty
- Aquarium with Pacific sharks, coral reefs, and seals
- Sweet shop with taffy, fudge, chocolates, and caramel apples
- 7-D Dark Ride interactive theater ride with motion simulators
Who They Are
In the early 1900s, entrepreneurs were rapidly taking over the Atlantic shore in a race to please throngs of seafaring tourists. Despite this, Charles Jenkinson managed to acquire most of a quiet boardwalk on Point Pleasant Beach. But it didn't stay quiet for long—that sleepy beach soon boomed to life with a soda fountain, candy shop, dance hall, and mini-golf course. Even the Great Depression couldn't dampen Jenkinson's rapid expansion. By 1934, his empire had grown to include a bathhouse, a pavilion, and the entire beach. Jenkinson's Boardwalk continues to grow in both size and popularity with each passing year, drawing in tourists with its thrilling rides, sandy beaches, and sweet treats.