Asbury Park is available in 16 different Fragrances
While vacationing in Ocean Grove developer James A Bradley acquired 500 acres of land he later names Asbury Park. His architecture vision formed an area with large Victorian summer homes, a wooden walkway around the shore, boosted the countries second electric trolley system, and enough hotels to accommodate several thousand people. By the 1890's the resort was known throughout the country. The 1930's saw Asbury Park as the hottest town on the Jersey Shore. Today after decades of trouble, some political corruption, and some economic hardships, a rejuvenated Asbury Park is emerging. On a lucky day you may catch "The Boss" Bruce Springsteen at the Stone Pony singing songs that once mad this resort famous.