2008 Winnebago Avion View 23j
2008 Winnebago Avion View 23j
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Bedminster is a township in Somerset County in the state of New Jersey; the community was first settled in 1710 by immigrants from Germany, Britain, and the Netherlands, and then later became a township in 1749. It was incorporated in 1798 when the New Jersey Legislature approved an act formalizing the decision. The country's first military artillery training academy was created and developed in Bedminster; the academy was the precursor to the West Point Military Academy.
Search for an RV in Somerset County, and you can choose from a wide variety of RV models perfectly suited to the New Jersey environment. There are a few other towns that are worth visiting. Newton is located at a higher elevation than other state towns, resulting in a cooler and less humid environment. Oakland is one of the stops on the annual “Toys For Tots” train, a not-for-profit charity established in 1947. Paramus is one of the largest shopping destinations in the country but has very restrictive bylaws regarding retail stores opening on Sundays. Linden had three music record companies within its borders in the mid-29th century, one of which was well known for its R&B titles; visitors can stop by Raymond Wood Bauer Promenade to take in the outdoor concerts that happen there regularly. Freehold Township was the scene of an important battle in 1778; the site of the battle has been preserved as Monmouth Battlefield State Park. Your Bedminster Township travel trailer rental is your portal to revisit the history and landscape that is New Jersey.
Black River Wildlife Management Area was formerly the right of way for the DL&W Railroad's Chester Branch; today it is a nature preserve offering passive outdoor recreational activities. Guests can hike the trails that follow the abandoned train tracks, and enjoy the nature and wildlife views. Canoeing, cross-country skiing, and fishing are allowed within the park's limits. Hunting is also allowed, and non-hunters should check with the park office in the fall and winter before entering the park.
Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is a multi-use park that allows hunting in-season with proper licenses, as well as nature and wildlife viewing. There are more than 200 different bird species that use the park as a permanent residence or a stopover on their seasonal migration. Various mammal, reptile, and amphibian species use the habitat, which consists of grassland and brushland, mature forests and forested wetlands, stream valleys, and much more. Staff offer environmental education activities to the public.
Duke Farms is not a traditional farm, but a nature preserve providing opportunities for environmental education and research along with passive recreational use. The park hosts workshops, events, and festivals on a regular basis; guests can also explore the landscape on foot or by bicycle. There is an on-site cafe using local produce, and guests can also purchase fruit and vegetables directly from the farmers. Keep your Bedminster Township campervan rental nearby, and you can stock it up with your groceries while enjoying the park's amenities.
There are numerous campgrounds in and near Bedminster Township, and many of them have mobile homes. Your Bedminster Township RV rental is your guarantee of a comfortable and relaxing vacation.
FLA-Net Park Campgrounds is a scenic RV park nestled amongst trees, renting sites by the day, week, or month. The park has level gravel roads and spring-fed ponds where guests can use the paddle boats or enjoy catch-and-release fishing. There are restrooms and showers, a playground, a laundry room, a dump station, and more. Sites have full hookups, picnic tables and fire pits, and pull-through access.
There is an abundance of things to see and do in Bedminster Township; choosing which activities to enjoy could be difficult. History buffs will enjoy a local gristmill complete with a waterwheel and flume; guides will explain the history and give a live demonstration of how the mill works. Visitors can take home a small bag of flour or cornmeal ground fresh right before their eyes. There are numerous farms, but one has actual buffalo roaming the grounds; guests can enjoy fresh buffalo burgers, and purchase lean buffalo meat and produce grown on-site. There are arboretums and one historic church that serves as a museum. A local Indian temple provides a calm environment for meditating or even just appreciating the architecture; it has a cafeteria serving authentic Indian food and Madrasi coffee which guests should not miss. Don't forget about your Bedminster Township motorhome rental in the midst of all this adventure. RV vacations are unique, and guests should take their vehicles for a spin on the highway while they have the chance; at the very least, get some photos of your adventures with your RV in the foreground.
There is a good assortment of restaurants in or near Bedminster Township, and dining out for breakfast is about as vacation-y as a person can get. One breakfast diner has a small dining room and takeout service; all of the breakfast items are delicious, and the diner serves a bulgogi beef sandwich that is a spin on the traditional Philly cheesesteak sandwich. Another cafe specializes in Italian food and serves lunch and dinner inside or on the outdoor patio. Service is good, and the portions are large; diners should try the squid ink pasta with seafood. You always have the option of bringing some takeout home to your Bedminster Township luxury RV rental and dining out under the stars.