Learn more about homes in Egg Harbor, NJ

Southern Ocean County Area Tour

Southern Ocean County stretches for more than 20 miles along the Atlantic Ocean in New Jersey about 40 miles east of Philadelphia, 70 miles south of New York City and 10 miles north of Atlantic City. Major highways offer residents easy access to all of these metropolitan areas and their international airports.

The area is served by four modern high schools, five middle schools and numerous elementary schools. The widest range of educational, athletic and vocational opportunities is offered to students.

Southern Ocean county Hospital is located in Manahawkin and provides residents with a full array of modern hospital care.

Recreational activities abound. World famous Long Beach Island features the whitest, cleanest beaches in the world. The pristine Barnegat Bay offers boating, fishing, and other water activities. The Pinelands National Wildlife refuge runs along the western border of southern Ocean County and is laced with hiking trails and small rivers for canoeing. More than half of the land on the mainland has been reserved as parks, wildlife refuge or national forest, so the opportunity to enjoy our rich natural resources is ensured well into the future.

Formerly known as primarily a vacation resort area, southern Ocean County today is home to approximately 100,000 year-round residents.

Weather in Egg Harbor

The average high temperatures in Egg Harbor range from 42 in January to 84 in July

Average home income in Egg Harbor

The average household income of a Egg Harbor resident is $87,979 with an average home value of $274,339

Population of Egg Harbor

Egg Harbor has 41,779 residents.

Home ownership in Egg Harbor

The average level of home ownership in Egg Harbor is 88%.

Education breakdown of Egg Harbor

Education levels of residents of Egg Harbor include: highschool 36%, associate 8%, bachelor 18%, graduate 7%.

Households in Egg Harbor

Egg Harbor has 14,595 homes, built on average 30 years ago.