Rich in a sense of community, Little Silver is made up of waterfront homes, charming Cape Cods and everything in between.


Little Silver is home to approximately 6,000 people located in 3.3 square miles. Residents in Little Silver enjoy access to the Shrewsbury River, the short drive to the beach and a close knit neighborhood with a downtown area all linked to New York City by the historic Little Silver train station or the high speed ferry.


Parks & Recreation

There are multiple parks and sports fields in Little Silver, including Sickles Field Park, Challenger Field, Point Road School Field and the Fire House Field.


There are a few options for dining in Little Silver, from Turning Point, a breakfast and lunch gathering place to Graze, an American eatery. Of course, the town of Red Bank is only a few miles down the road and it offers numerous choices for dining.


The Little Silver public school system is top notch and an exceptional district for families. There are also wonderful private school options.

  • Point Road Elementary School (Public, grades Pre-K—4)
  • Markham Place School (Public, 5-8)
  • Red Bank Regional High School (Public, 9-12)
  • Holy Cross School (Private, Preschool-8)
  • The Rumson Country Day School (Private, Nursery-8)
  • Ranney School (Private, Nursery-12)
  • Red Bank Catholic, Red Bank (Private, 9-12)
  • Christian Brothers Academy, Lincroft (Private, 9-12)
  • Trinity Hall, Tinton Falls (Private, 9-12)


There are a few options within Little Silver including, Brave New World Surf and Snow and Trademark Boutique for ready-to-wear women clothing. Just a few minutes down the road in Red Bank you have upscale shopping available at Garmany & Coco Pari, as well as large retail brands such as Urban Outfitters. Another choice is The Grove and The Grove West in Shewsbury, this open air shopping area is home to J.Crew, Anthropologie, Athleta, lululemon athletica, Blue Mercury, to name a few.

And no visit to Little Silver would be complete without visiting Sickles Market. Family owned and operated since 1908, Sickles Market offers produce, plants, gourmet specialties and garden accessories.