These Ocean County, NJ Bridges Have The Most Stunning And Breathtaking Views
Everywhere you look you see amazing views at the Jersey Shore, and sometimes these great views are in places you can't enjoy because you can't really look.
For instance, your eyes need to be glued to the road on a bridge, and you can't have the luxury of enjoying views like this.
With most bridges lanes are narrow and your concentration level is high, exactly as it should be. So, when a bridge has a beautiful view, it often gets wasted.
And that's why we thought we should show you some pictures of the views from these pair of Ocean County bridges that are just so breathtaking you need to see them, even if you have to miss them when you are driving.
The two bridges in particular that we speak of hear are the Tunney and Mathis Bridges. They, as all locals know, are the bridges that connect Seaside Heights and Toms River.
The views from these bridges are absolutely outstanding, no matter which side you are on. The Tunney travels westbound and the Mathis is eastbound.
It's another bold example of how gorgeous the area we live in is, and just how lucky we are on a day in, day out basis.
If you're a passenger in a car headed over these bridges, soak in every moment. If you are a driver, keep your eyes locked on the road in those narrow lanes, and when the ride is over, enjoy these pictures and the gorgeous views of the Barnegat Bay.