Photos of the week! May 26

Updated: May 28, 2022 Short URL: gonj.me/20220526

Each week we share a few photos of fun places around NJ with the hope that you find fun places to explore. This week we are sharing Disc Golf in OCPAllaire State Park, Belleplain Campground, Duke Farms, Edwin B. Forsythe, Jungle Habitat, and Paterson Great Falls.

Let's Collaborate! If you have a place to feature and/or some photos to share, please contact us.


Throwing through the trees in OCP

Do you play Disc Golf? Do you have a favorite NJ course?

This was taken a few years back in our of our favs, Ocean County Park during a fun event.


Loving the Great Falls

Are you bummed the bridge to get from one side to the other is closed? We are. Can you easily walk along the road from one side to the other?

When was the last time you visited?



Belleplain Campground Cabin

Have you ever camped at Belleplain? Nice? Close to activities? Thoughts?

We drove through the campground in Belleplain and found the campground and cabins looked really nice. Clean and well kept. But of course, this was when no one was there.


Duke Blooming in Early Spring

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Just a bridge

This is the Manasquan River flowing through Allaire State Park. We know a bridge isn't really sexy, but this shot from the fishing access area always makes us smile.

What is your favorite area in Allaire? Even been down here?

#exploringallaire


Beautiful Skies in Forsythe

Every area in Forsythe is pretty. But having a pretty sky is always a plus.

This was taken on our last visit to Forsythe/Wildlife Drive back in 2020. Not a great year but definitely a nice place.



Welcome to the Jungle

Jungle Habitat has been one of our favorite places to bike or hike. Certainly challenging if you are not used to the rocks and hills. And also fun to see all the old enclosures.


About the author - Jeff C.

 Jeff C.
Jeff C. is a web developer in Central New Jersey that has a passion for helping folks get outside and explore NJ. He works on a few Outdoor-centric sites, including GetOutsideNJ, the NJ Outdoor Map, ExploringAllaire, and more. Please visit getoutsidedevelopment.com to learn more!

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