Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) August 21, 2014
As Labor Day weekend approaches, residents look for places to go to avoid the crowded beaches and shops. Look no further! Below is a list of family-friendly destinations to escape the busy shore season.
Traveling away from the sand and sea, Allaire Village in Farmingdale, New Jersey is a great place for visitors to explore with attractions including a historical museum, a blacksmith shop, general store, and bakery. Demonstrations are given in the buildings and special events are held throughout the year. Also, Allaire State Park is home to Pine Creek Railroad, the oldest continuously operated steam preservation railroad in the country.
Hamilton, New Jersey invites guests to their 42-acre Grounds for Sculpture. The visitor’s site includes a collection of sculptures of all types of landscapes as well as indoor exhibits. The beautiful scenery includes peacocks a pond, and a waterfall.
Further south, wine lovers can indulge in the Cape May Wine Trail to sample a handful of vintage wines. The trail includes a trip to Natali Vineyards and Jessie Creek Winery in Cape May Court House, New Jersey and continues to Cape May Winery & Vineyard and Willow Creek Winery in Cape May, New Jersey.
To read more about New Jersey’s attractions, check out the article in the Independent, titled “Beyond the beach: New Jersey day trips” at http://ind.gmnews.com/news/2014-08-07/Front_Page/Beyond_the_beach_New_Jersey_day_trips.html.
About Surf n’ Stream Campground
Surf n’ Stream Campground is a family-friendly RV park located near all of the most popular beaches at the Jersey Shore. The campground includes a full-size swimming pool, picnic area, activities for all ages, weekend events and more. For more information about Surf n’ Stream Campground, visit their website at http://www.surfnstream.com or call 732.349.8919.