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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 ...
... 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 ...
So today, we opted for golf over kayaking on Cedar Creek, since we love golf and we did bring our clubs. There is a golf course only 2 miles from the campground, Cedar Creek Golf Course, so we booked a tee time and headed on over. It's a municipal course which usually means sub-par and in this case we had no idea how sub the par was going to be which in golf means our scores were very much over par. Not good!
The course was ...
... 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! ...