New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway: connecting north and south

The Garden State Parkway, south from Cape May, N.J. to Hohokus and north through the center of the state is a scenic way to travel through New Jersey. This time of year, shore traffic on the Parkway heading towards the south, is now diminished, and bumper-to-bumper traffic won’t be back until spring 2012. It’s a great time to get on the road and see parts of New Jersey that you haven’t seen. Fall is definitely the time to take to the beach.

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Celebrating Halloween with Zombies – the Living Dead – 2011

They moaned, they groaned, they dragged their bodies along the ground. Some of the living dead even posed for pictures. This year’s Zombie Walk on Asbury Park’s boardwalk drew record-breaking crowds, clogging up the exit off the Garden State Parkway and all other arteries leading to the beach. Under a bright blue sky, with the Atlantic Ocean as its backdrop, blood, guts, and gore were the main themes of the day.

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2011 Zombie Walk, Asbury Park, N.J.

Zombies, the Undead, what I call ‘cool ghouls’, strut their stuff this weekend. The event will be held on October 21, 22 and 23rd, starting at the Convention Center on the boardwalk of Asbury Park, New Jersey. Starting at exactly 5 PM on Saturday evening, the Zombies will come out of the Convention Center on Asbury Park’s boardwalk. Cookman Avenue will be blocked off where a stage will be erected to host a variety of musical acts.

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The boardwalk of Asbury Park, New Jersey

Asbury Park has two distinct venues: The beach scene and the downtown area, which is a mile from the beach. If you’re interested in fun in the sun, Asbury Park beach and boardwalk is the place for you and your family to vacation.

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Asbury Park, New Jersey: where great things are happening

Asbury Park, New Jersey is considered a precious jewel in the crown of the Jersey Shore.  It’s so exciting to walk down Cookman Avenue and see everything new that’s going on.  If you haven’t been to the shore area of Asbury Park in the past ten years, you’ll be amazed at the transition that has taken place.  For town folk, we’ve… Read More

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