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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s Freedom Boat Club. Learning that we couldn't get our boat for 2 hours after scheduled, The Nydams took us to a local hangout for breakfast, Lucille's Café in the heart of the Pine Lands where folklore abounds. There is the Jersey Devil and Ken told us about a small lake nearby where it is said that no one has ever survived trying to swim across it. As always, there is always so much to know this interesting country. Check out: ...
... after a few drinks. I end up feeling unwell really quickly and decide to head to bed.
As we lay down in the tent, I feel pregnant because my belly is so bloated. I had obviously had a reaction to the cookies we had bought and didn’t even think that they would have dairy in them. We are seriously bad at avoiding dairy sometimes. So I spent the rest of the night in pain in the tent, trying to get to sleep. ...
... trails. This is a muliti use park which is huge, there is even an archery range, soccer fields, playgrounds, bike trails and horse trails. The campground is easy to get to off of 195. The Battle of Monmouth State Park is only about five miles away and is worth visiting with their exhibits, videos, trails and picnic areas. We would camp here again if in the ...
1. Allaire State Park, Farmingdale, NJ May 7, 2016 $25 plus a $5 transaction fee for walk-ins, 56 sites
This is a New Jersey State park without hookups but it does have bathhouse with showers which need to be updated. There are only about 55 sites and the ones in the field can take large motor homes but most of the others within the trees and low branches were not a good choice except for those RV's like ours less than 26ft. No pets allowed ...
... 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 ...