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Pat & Ken joined us on our NJ water adventure. The weather couldn't have been more perfect. Our boat was a 23' Pro-Line Sport named Lil Gracie II, was more of an off shore type boat but still comfortable for the four of us. Boating here was different than our other experiences as there were houses along the shores in the bays and rivers with hardly any undeveloped spaces. This was rewarding to see ...
... and eat lunch. We have no real plans for today and realise we need more food, so we head out in search of a grocery store around 2pm. We end up finding a grocery store and stock up on some food supplies. We got some great bakery sales, and a smores kit for our last night tomorrow in the wilderness.
We get back to the campground and decide to go for a run along one of the campground trails they have there. We ...
... first? Because we were from South Carolina? Who knows? Anyway, it took us three hours to play nine holes and lucky for us, the ladies league consisted of only nine holes. So the second nine were much more enjoyable. But after the first two holes on the front nine, we'll be honest with you, we tore up our score card and said "to hell with it!" Afterwards, we decided we would definitely do the kayaking next time!
Later in the ...
... 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 ...
... Store is open most of the year and the store keeper told us about the history of this village. Some of the buildings were open to look into but with gates up. In the summer interpreters dressed in clothing of that time walk around and answer any questions. There is a Visitor Center with exhibits and many programs offered throughout the summer. It was a beautiful when we were here and we enjoyed our one night stay at this State Park and would ...