Days Inn - Toms River / Seaside Heights
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Within a hour of leaving Whaleyville, MD, we had a front row, center position on a ferry from Lewes, DE to Cape May, NJ. Being on the water wiped away the events of the morning and put us back into a better space looking forward to continuing our trip. Waiting for us in New Jersey were friends first met on our Alaskan Caravan adventure last year, Ken & Pat Nydam.
Our camp at Long Beach Carefree RV Resort in Barnegat, NJ, ...
... we finish our run how much more motivated we are because of the movie Southpaw, even Aaron is training harder than I've seen since our trip began, haha. We finish our workout, have a few drinks, shower and enjoy some of our bakery goods for dessert. We have some more deep conversations about our future, where we want to work and live when we get home, when we want to be pregnant, etc… you know… the usual ...
Turkey Swamp Park part of the Monmouth County Park system, Freehold Township, NJ
$40 with reservation and being out of state, 64 sites
This was our last stop on a three week trip before we head back to RI. Stayed two nights over the weekend in this 2,217 acre wooded park and really enjoyed it. There are 64 pull through campsites in the woods ...
... campground but this might change in the next few years. There are hiking trails here and the best part is that the Allaire Village Historic Site is right next to the Park Office. At this time of year they are only open on weekends and charge $5 to park after Memorial Day, yet we parked in there and visitors are allowed and encouraged to walk around all the restored Howell Iron Works Company, Railroad, picnic area and its village. Interesting history! ...
... station and pets are allowed only in certain sites. This campground was developed by the CCC who built the roads, trails, bridle paths, ponds, towers, nature observatory, shelters, picnic areas, cabins and a 67 acre Lake Absegami. The State Forest encompasses more than 27,000 acres in the Pine Barrens. The Batona Trail a walking trail for over ...