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Right in the middle of the state, Englishtown gives visitors to The Garden State the perfect middle ground. You’ll be able to explore the Jersey Shore, the pine forests, and still be within a reasonable driving distance to both New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With so many options for both wilderness and urban exploration with your RV rental in Englishtown, you’ll have your days jam-packed with all sorts of hikes, recreational activities, and sightseeing either the historic sites in the area or in the nearby cities.
When you rent an RV in Englishtown and want to spend some time in New York City, or you’re looking to explore areas north of town, you can hop on an NJ Transit bus to get around.
When you book an RV in Monmouth County, you will be able to explore the local history just as easily as you can explore the piney woods and Jersey shore around you. With so much to see, you are sure to fill your Jersey journey with plenty of fun and memories.
Just southeast of town is the Monmouth Battlefield State Park near Freehold Township. At Monmouth Battlefield, you can learn all about the Revolutionary War battle (one of the largest battles of the war) that took place here while enjoying everything that the landscape has to offer. You’ll enjoy rolling hills as you hike or horseback ride on the winding trails, enjoy pick-your-own apple, strawberry, and peach opportunities at the Applegate Farm inside the park, and even explore historic buildings. Your travel plans may even line up with some re-enactments, so be sure to look at their calendar when planning your trip.
A short drive southwest of Englishtown is the Assunpink Wildlife Management Area near Allentown. The ultimate playground for true wilderness enthusiasts, you’ll enjoy unmarked trails through the forest that make you feel like an explorer. You can make your way to one of the three lakes within the park to try your luck at some fishing. And wildlife viewers are sure to enjoy the site too with common deer and other game sightings. And if you’re traveling in the late spring and early summer, the park is carpeted with color thanks to the local wildflowers.
A short drive southeast of town, and very near the Jersey Shore, is the Allaire State Park near Farmingdale. Allaire is a great place to explore on foot over the trails, but you can also enjoy a leisurely ride along the antique steam train that travels the Pine Creek Railroad through the park. You can also visit the preserved Allaire Village, an iron-making town from the 1800s, and wander around the historic buildings and learn more about life in industrial New Jersey. If you’re traveling with any wildlife enthusiasts, you’ll also be able to enjoy the nearly 200 species of plants and more than 50 species of migratory birds that make the park a regular stopover point.
When you rent an RV in central New Jersey, make sure you secure an RV site spot at one of the local RV parks. There are several options to choose from around town that are worth considering.
To the south of town is the Indian Rock RV Park & Campground. At Indian Rock, guests will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and a camp store. Guests will also have access to a seasonal pool and a dog park.
When you book a campervan rental in Englishtown, be sure to throw in some extra time to get to explore the local area. There is so much to see and do in and around the local community that you are sure to find some truly memorable events and opportunities.
Just north of town is the Old Bridge Township Raceway Park. At the raceway, visitors can enjoy a variety of races, such as motocross, drag races, and go-kart races. Sometimes, the raceway also hosts events such as classic car days and music festivals, so be sure to check your travel dates and see if there is anything fun happening at the track.
If you’re looking for a relaxing day out, you can spend time at Thompson Park. Home to a playground, various sporting fields such as soccer and baseball, and even a zoo, there is no shortage of activities at the park. You can even challenge your friends to a sure-to-be entertaining game of disc golf.
If you’re traveling to the area at the end of July, you can enjoy the Monmouth County Fair, with a music and arts festival, carnival rides, and plenty of fun carnival food. You’ll even be able to see various concerts and performances every evening.
At some point during your Jersey journey, you are going to need to restock and refuel your RV rental in Englishtown; there are plenty of options along Route 9 to the east of town for you to choose from.
If there’s anything that New Jersey is known for, it’s their Italian-American cuisine. You will have no problem finding a local, family-owned Italian restaurant around town and thanks to New Jersey’s locally grown tomatoes, you are sure to have some of the best tomato-based Italian dishes you’ve had this side of the Atlantic.