Sea Palace Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... area had been hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. We explored Metedeconk River, Manasquan River, Kettle Creek, Manasquan Inlet, Pt. Pleasant Canal where we passed the Intracoastal Marker #1 for NJ.
The Nydams brought a fried chicken lunch for us all that was enjoyed aboard anchored in a lovely spot. Our 4 hours on the water went quickly and provided memories of a lifetime.
Later in the day, we finished up the chicken at ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...