Sep 30. 2013: News To Us: Haunted Hayride at the Historic Village at Allaire (2013)
We visited Allaire this evening for a small walk and was surprised to see "new trails" cut out behind the village. A quick google search later, we find that you will be having a haunted hayride!
Sep 24. 2013: Post-Sandy Clean-Up to Begin at E.B. Forsythe NWR
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has awarded a multi-million dollar contract to Coastal Environment Group, Inc., of New York to clean up the debris and restore these environmentally sensitive coastal areas.
Sep 14. 2013: The State We're In: Celebrate Highlands Water, History & Culture
Great article by Michele Byers of the New Jersey Conservation Foundation on the important mission behind the Highlands Festival at Waterloo..
Sep 11. 2013: Highlands Festival At Waterloo - 9/21-22/2013
Rediscover Waterloo Village and the natural resources of the New Jersey Highlands and the Highlands Festival at Waterloo this Sept 21-22!
Sep 3. 2013: A Call To NJ Park Systems (campgrounds and sporting good stores too)
For the GetOutsideNJ project to grow, I would need to drive around NJ, randomly, everyday, all day. What we really need is help from all the state, county and muni parks around NJ.
Jul 2. 2013: NJ State Museum/Blue Star Museums - FREE Admission to Active Military
NJ State Museum and Blue Star Museums are offering FREE Admission to Active Military Personnel and their families between Memorial Day and Labor Day, 2013.
May 1. 2013: Some changes are coming.. No Really.. This is Not an April Fools :)
We are currently working hard to make some major changes to GetOut. Keep an eye out!
Jan 11. 2013: Getting to know you, and your favorite park
We slowly started emailing campgrounds, park systems and any "outdoorsy" groups this evening. We hope to build a close relationship to these type locations to ensure the site is always up to date!
Dec 30. 2012: Featured Place: Union Transportation Trail
The Union Transportation Trail is ideal for equestrians, hikers, walkers, joggers and bicyclists. The packed gravel, linear trail leads you 4 miles through Cream Ridge.