Seaside Colony Motel
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... out of town plans for the weekend so we explored Long Beach Island on our own. Rains kept us in the car most of the time but we managed a few geocaches and a nice lunch. Some areas along this drive had the most interesting architectural designed houses we've ever seen.
9-13-15 - Sunday
Day in camp, except dinner at the shiny Stafford Diner. Rains brought a promise of cooler weather.
9-14-15 - Monday
... they have spaces on a Friday and Saturay night (staying for 2nights). We get there an hour later and head to the admin office to “check in”. They tell us they only have tonight (Friday night) available, so we of course take it. They give us instructions on how to get to another campground to see if we can stay there tomorrow night for our Saturday night. We drive down the road to the campground and set up ...
... shape. The grass on the tee box was three inches high, there were large tufts of grass in the bunkers, the bunker rakes were tiny with large gaps between the teeth, the fairways looked like they had cabbage growing in them, and the grass on the greens was as thick and high as we've ever seen it. And we haven't mentioned yet the ground hogs that were everywhere.
At Cobblestone, our home course, we have geese, lots of them. ...
... out with water (need long hose), electric, trash, picnic table, lantern holder, fire pit, restrooms and showers. Private sites and little noise. 52 of these sites can be reserved after Jan 1 by calling the park. This parkland was purchased by the town of Freehold for recreation and camping. In the park there is a lake for fishing and boating plus there are ...
... 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! ...