Points of Interest
Spring Lake Theatre Company
Spring Lake is widely regarded as the Irish Riviera and a gem of the Jersey Shore. The origins of Spring lake go back to the 1800’s and a Time Long Forgotten.
Allaire State Park
This historic village established circa 1830 still operates in the old ways with a working blacksmith, bakery, and carpentry shop. Be sure to visit its living history museum or attend one of its special events.
Island Beach State Park
Island Beach State Park is one of the treasures of the Jersey Shore. Nine miles of a natural barrier island, this park encompasses some of the most beautiful scenery in the state. The natural, unspoiled beauty of this park is a vast contrast to much of the over-developed shore. Vast dunes covered with goldenrod, beach plum and black cherry delight the eye. Magnificent beaches offer natural splendor for swimming or surf fishing. Miles of bayside wetlands are a naturalist’s delight.
New Jersey state park and reservoir that offers activities such as kayaking, fishing Boating and ice skating. Other points of interest are the five mile perimeter trail, the Environmental and Visitor’s centers and the Reservoir’s boat tour.
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