Sea Girt was an active passenger station until "Conrail Day", April 1, 1976.
Prior to 4/1/76, it was not served by all trains, but many did stop there.
This station was also pressed into service in the winter of '77 to '78 when the Manasquan River drawbridge was being rebuilt.
During this period, buses served Bay Head, Point Pleasant, and Manasquan, and train service ran to and from Sea Girt.
Avon By The Sea has an interesting footnote, as it was dropped as a passenger stop all together around 1974, along with North Asbury Park, but had peak hour service restored for a time in the early 1980's.