There is a clothing-optional beach at Sandy Hook. I have never been there in the summertime. However, I figured it would be safe to check it out at this time of the year. A few weeks ago on a very mild day, hubby and I visited the "naked" beach. There is a big warning sign on the beach and another sign that divides the beach into the clothed and unclothed side. We thought it was rather funny. Unfortunately, I did not have my camera with me. Hubby decided we ought to visit the same beach after a snowstorm--so he could snap a photo of me by the sign with all my clothes on, of course.
So the day after our big snowstorm, hubby and I drove out to Sandy Hook. Nobody was in the parking lot--and nobody was on the beach either--that's because the beach was totally inundated with water. There's a wooden board walk that leads out to the beach, but some of that was floating in the water and the sign we wanted to photograph was too far out for us to wade to it. If you peer very closely at the photo, you can see a sign, but you really cannot read it. Sigh.