About the Area

The adult communities of Silver Ridge Park and Holiday City are located in Berkeley Township, Ocean County, just a short distance from Exit 82A of the Garden State Parkway.

Community Medical Center, Health South Rehabilitation Hospital, along with numerous physicians, diagnostic testing centers and laboratories are within one mile, providing state of the art medical services.

Ocean Beaches are about 10 miles away. Boat docking facilities, rental boats, fishing and crabbing in local waters and other recreational water sports are all available nearby. The area has many public and private golf courses, as well as county and municipal parks.

Ocean County Mall is within a 10 minute drive, and the area has an abundance of major discount, grocery and specialty stores. Restaurants in all price ranges can be found in close proximity. Each homeowner association provides local bus transportation for shopping, and Ocean County provides transportation for various medical & personal appointments as well as shopping.

The communities are deed restricted, and residents must adhere to the rules and regulations of their homeowner association. Purchasers must be 55 years of age, and all permanent residents must be over 18 years of age. Your home and land are owned outright, which is known as Fee Simple ownership. Purchasers must register with and provide proof of age to the homeowner association prior to closing.

All homes are served by municipal sewers and water, with underground utilities, paved streets, curbs, storm sewers, street lighting and individual paved driveways.




Offers golfing, tennis, beaches, shopping malls, country clubs and The Ocean County Artists Guild. Recreational activities on the famous Toms River include: canoeing, sail boating, pleasure boating, jet skiing, para-sailing, water skiing, swimming, fishing, crabbing, sailboat racing, boat shows, marinas, yacht clubs, restaurants, parks and sightseeing on the River Lady Cruise Boat, an 85-foot authentic reproduction of a paddle wheel river boat.


The three mile long beachfront of Seaside Heights and Seaside Park contains the mile long boardwalk featuring games of chance, arcades, amusement rides, restaurants and shops and many ocean and bay front water oriented activities. A mile south is Island Beach State Park, with bathing and surf fishing in a natural, untouched seashore setting of sand dunes, shore vegetation and a shore bird sanctuary.


Located on more than 7,400 acres (11.5 sq. mi.) on Route 70, NAVAIR Lakehurst is the largest naval aviation facility east of the Mississippi. It is an aeronautical engineering research, development, test and evaluation command. It has the distinction of being the first transatlantic international airport in the U.S. On May 6, 1937, the German built dirigible Hindenburg was destroyed by fire during landing at Lakehurst. There are numerous sites of interest including six large historic hangers and a variety of military equipment. Tours are conducted every Wednesday with luncheon available. Arrangements must be made in advance.


Situated on 1100 wooded and landscaped acres, Great Adventure is the largest entertainment complex in the Northeast. It features a themed amusement park with over 100 major rides, shows and attractions and a 450 acre drive-thru Safari – the world’s largest outside Africa – with 2,000 wild and exotic animals.


Offers recreational and commercial deep sea fishing, seafood restaurants on the inland waterway and Manasquan Inlet. The mile long beach has clean white sand beaches and a boardwalk with games of chance, arcades, amusement rides, restaurants and shops.


Established in 1964, Ocean County College is located in the demographic center of Ocean County and has the distinction of being the first two year community college in New Jersey. Situated on 275 acres, OCC offers three associate degree programs enrolling approximately 5,500 full and part-time students in both transfer and career curricula. OCC has a beautiful campus featuring several points of interest open to the public including a two mile long nature trail, Fine Arts Theatre with a variety of year round cultural offerings, a Planetarium and an Arboretum which contains every tree and shrub indigenous to the State of New Jersey.


The former George Gould estate, listed in the National Historic Registry is located on a 170 acre site. The original landscaping of the classic gardens features the Fountain of Apollo by John Massey Rhind and the original Mansion house, built in 1898 in the English Georgian style with a French Chateau roof, was designed by Bruce Price. The “Casino” the Gould family recreation center, currently the student union building, houses the original bowling alley and swimming pool, was initially used by the Goulds as an indoor polo court. The site is open annually in the fall during the Antiques Show and Sale.