The Great Lawn at Seabrook features a newly constructed amphitheater stage, walking paths, two gazebos, picnic tables, benches, rocking chairs, and beautiful landscaping.

The Great Lawn at Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., received a great turnout for its opening Octoberfest celebration earlier this fall.

Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin can help you plan a personal tour of Seabrook that is exactly that—personal.

Take advantage of having your family around for the holidays to explore a more carefree way of life. 

“A personal tour is the best way to experience our active, worry-free lifestyle. It’s also an opportunity to show it to your children, clear any misconceptions, and get questions answered,” says Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin.

Richard Wojdyla, one of the six community members interviewed in this article, moved to Seabrook from Clifton, N.J., in November 2016.

As Seabrook celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year, we turned to the people who call it home to find out what makes this Tinton Falls, N.J., community so special. 

Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin can help you plan a personal tour of Seabrook that is exactly that—personal.

For the next two months, Seabrook’s sales office expects to be busier than ever with personal tours. That’s because many people take advantage of having their adult children in town for the holidays to visit the Tinton Falls, N.J., Erickson Living community. 

Jackie Cole enjoys the convenience of life at Seabrook. Whether it’s nearness to friends and activities or 24/7 home maintenance, she says the Tinton Falls, Erickson Living community, is a “terrific” place to live.

Jackie Cole loves people. She loves meeting people, talking honestly with them, listening to what they have to say, and joining in activities together. 

That’s why, when her friends began moving out of the Ocean Port, N.J., townhouse community where she was living, she began to get lonely. She began looking for a more vibrant place to live.

Easy decision

Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin can help you plan a personal tour of Seabrook that is exactly that—personal.

If two words could best describe Richard Wojdyla, they’d be “world traveler.”

“I’ve been all over Europe, a few countries in South America, the Caribbean, a few in Asia. Over the years I’ve been to about 50 countries. Egypt, Kenya, and Tunisia.”

Tina Ellis says her two cats, Kylee and Darla (Darla's pictured here), have even become more social living at Seabrook.

When Tina Ellis received a call earlier than she had expected that an apartment home had become available at Seabrook, the first thought that entered her mind was, “Why wait a year?”

Jackie Cole says Seabrook’s full activities calendar and vibrant population keep her from getting the winter blues.

An Arctic blast blew in frigid temperatures last winter from December to January, and the cold seemed to linger right through spring. Many cities in the East experienced the coldest January on record, including those in New York and New Jersey. 

Sandra Stander poses with her garden

Last year, when Sandra Stander first planted a perennial garden on the grounds of her new community, Seabrook, she was so excited to enjoy it herself that she didn’t realize how positively it would affect other people.