Jenkinsons South

Jenkinson's Boardwalk has been family owned and operated since 1928. We have several rides that were once a fixture on the legendary Coney Island boardwalk in New York, as well as many of the same games of chance that have been a part of the Jersey shore for the last 100 years. The boardwalk has been modernized over the years with new restaurants, arcades, rides, and one of the most popular nightclubs on the east coast. Visit our website and like us on Facebook!


Reasons to join us this summer:

·          Live and work right by the beach at the Jersey Shore!

·          We provide inexpensive housing within walking distance of work!

·          Great opportunity to find a second job!

·          Explore NYC, Philadelphia and Atlantic City on your days off!


What our participants have to say:

“The house can make us to feel like we really at home, it doesn't like dormitory. My co-workers are great. My job is very busy!” - Chia-Lin C.


About Point Pleasant Beach, NJ: 


Point Pleasant Beach is a New Jersey Shore community situated on the Barnegat Peninsula. The central feature of the town is its boardwalk which is approximately one mile long. The central portion of the boardwalk consists of amusement rides, arcades, food stands, games of chance, and miniature golf courses. The beach in Point Pleasant Beach was ranked the eighth-best beach in New Jersey in the 2008 Top 10 Beaches Contest.


For more information, please visit:


Point Pleasant Beach Tourism Page

Point Pleasant Beach – Trip Advisor


Weather in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ:

Summer on the Jersey Shore is hot and sunny with average temperatures in the mid-70s F (23-25 C). July tends to be the warmest moth with temperatures reaching into the mid-80s F (28-32 C). For more information visit



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How to Get There

Participants should fly into Newark, NJ (EWR) and then take the NJ Transit train to Point Pleasant for employer pickup.  Arrange employer pickup prior to arrival.  Cost of train is about $20.  NJ Transit Website: