New Jersey Limousine Rental
Bayonne County Park (NJ)
Mar 28, 2013 - Once in a while we all need to take a breather, go somewhere spacious outdoors for some much-needed R&R and in our years of experience in helping our New Jersey party bus rental customers put together events, whether it is indoors or outdoors, we have always managed to find such spaces in New Jersey. The Garden State, as it is always lovingly referred to, is big on being green and helping our society protect Mother Earth in whatever way that they can.
One such space in New Jersey is in this nice little nook of a neighborhood called Bayonne Park or back then, it was better known as the Stephen R. Gregg Bayonne County Park. Comparatively less equipped than many other more popular parks, the park holds true to its purpose of providing ample space for families and friends to gather and have a little bit of fun before the sun calls it a day and the moon peeks out at night.
The park consists of slightly less than one hundred acre worth of land and is decorated beautifully with large shady trees throughout the park. There are well-maintained pathways along the shady areas of the park which makes it the perfect spot for a short walk before dinner or a romantic date with your loved ones. In fact, people who live in the surrounding neighborhoods often come here to walk their dogs at the end of the day, and before they call it a day.
Here, the sound of barking dogs and laughing children is common...which is something most of us need when we are done with a stressful, rushed day. The greenery that it provides and its dusty walkways are serene and peaceful sights. For biking enthusiasts, much to your delight, the park also offer biking trail and track course. There are loads of sprinklers littered throughout the park, and the kids will be able to run around from one sprinkler to another just like the would in a water theme park. Absolutely invigorating.
For those who would like to organize a gathering can make use of the community center and picnic facilities too.
With the park’s proximity to water, the sound of waves crashing during a jog, walk or run can be such a refreshing sound. Reviewers who are runners have exclaimed that the calming sound of waves crashing while they are running gave them more focus and they get better at running day after day.
Those who are on a lookout for a nice place to rest and relax in New Jersey, this is it. This is an amazingly peaceful haven to be at, especially during weekends.
Cedar Creek Sporting Clays (Millville, NJ)
Jan 29, 2013 - Tired of being in the middle of downtown and bored of dancing the night away? Why not make a quick weekend getaway to Millevile New Jersey to try out the Cedar Creek Sporting Clays instead of crawling the malls and partying the night away. The courses and activities are perfect for families, groups of friends, companies and they also rent out their facilities for corporate functions. The 75-acres of pinelands and fields is open to the public, as well as to their members; hence, you do not need to be a member of their club to enjoy their facilities. We do strongly recommend calling them up beforehand just to make sure that their facilities are available for you and your friends.
Morven Museum and Garden
Oct 23, 2012 - If there is a precise word to describe the Morven Museum and Garden, it would have to 'pristine'...in every way possibly, it is located in a very peaceful peace of land in the university town of Princeton, New Jersey. For more than two decades, Morven has proven to be one of the biggest attractions in Princeton, which otherwise would have been a ground for students and young people with their vibrant lifestyles. It also plays a significant role in shaping the history of not just New Jersey but the whole nation because the original owner of the Morven Museum is the Richard Stockton, one of the people who signed the Declaration of Independence. The New Jersey party bus rental driver should know where the address is if you feel like you are unsure about its location.
During the twentieth century, it serves as a home to the Stockton family, who purchased the piece of land and property from William Penn back in 1701. Thereafter, the Morven Museum also became the home to many other different governors before it was turned into a museum and public garden. At some point in time, this building became a forgotten and ill-maintained heritage...until someone thought to restore the place and return it to its former glory. What you see now is what it truly was way back when it was first built. Thankfully, with forward thinking and vision, our New Jersey party bus rental customers can still now pop by for a quick admiring look.
What is really nice about Morven Museum is that restoration and beautifying process is continually being done, the garden is still a work in progress. The charm lies in the layout of the garden and contribution in the form of furniture and decorative pieces from the locals. Stockton's wife, who fell completely in love with the charming place, named the house after a Gaelic kingdom. It was the best thing to do to this majestic building after the last governor who called this place home (he was relocated).
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