Hotel Vroom - Suite #001
Hotel Vroom - Suite #001
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Built on the banks of the beautiful Raritan Bay and right off of the Garden State Parkway, Keyport, NJ is the perfect town to rent an RV. The New York skyline is visible right across the harbor, and Keyport is also less than ten minutes away from the towns of Cliffwood and Laurence Harbor. A little farther out, you’ll find more small towns like Union Beach, Hazlet, and Matawan, along with larger towns like Middletown and New Brunswick. Once you find your RV rental near Keyport, you’ll get to take advantage of both the small, suburban feel of the town itself, along with awe-inspiring views of the Atlantic Ocean and nearby wilderness areas. Search for an RV in Monmouth County today!
Keyport is just ten minutes away from the 1,274-acre Cheesequake State Park. With fishing, hiking, kayaking, and camping opportunities throughout, Cheesequake is made up of a variety of unique ecosystems. It has both saltwater and freshwater marshes, along with fields, a white cedar swamp, and hardwood forest. It also contains a section of the Pine Barrens, a thickly forested stretch of coastal plain in New Jersey, home to a number of carnivorous plant species. Cheesequake State Park is home to over 160 bird species, including rare bald eagles and black skimmers. They also offer a fantastic kayak ecotour, which will explore both the hidden wonders of the marsh and the park’s past in the hands of Native American fisherfolk. This park also has five trails in total, and if you’re coming in the winter, you can also check out Cheesequake’s skiing and cross-country snowshoeing opportunities.
Another hiking opportunity near Keyport is the Henry Hudson trail, which rambles through nearby forests and marshlands. Its north section is about 12 miles long and provides views of Sandy Hook Bay, the Verrazano Bridge, and New York City. Its southern segment, on the other hand, is made up of two five-mile sections running from Freehold to Marlboro and from Marlboro to Aberdeen. Also don’t miss Conaskonk Point, which is just off of the nearby Union Beach. You’ll find a ton of bay and estuary birds around this area, along with a variety of turtles and fiddler crabs. This area is probably best toured by kayak, though you’ll want to keep an eye on the tides.
If you’re looking to take your Keyport RV rental a little farther out, you can also check out sites like the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. It’s about an hour out, but this refuge has almost 7,800 acres of wilderness and is a major stop for migratory birds. Also about an hour away is the Sourland Mountain Preserve, a heavily wooded area with a magnificent boulder field and access along its southern end to Roaring Brook.
Although there aren’t any RV parks within Keyport itself, Cheesequake State Park has 53 tent and trailer sites available, with flush toilets and showers within walking distance. The park also has a number of fire pits, picnic tables, and grills. You might also take your Keyport motorhome rental over to the Colliers Mills Wildlife Management Area. It’s about 45 minutes away from town, but the on-site Indian Rock RV Park & Campground and Timberland Lake Campground have access to some beautiful wilderness area. In addition to the trails and streams that crisscross the area, also be sure to check out the Six Flags Wild Safari and Toms River Headwaters.
If you’re planning your Keyport RV rental during the summer months, don’t miss out on Keyport Thursdays. With free concerts on the water and specials on shopping and dining, Keyport Thursdays are a great opportunity to unwind and take in some of the local flavor. This is also your chance to visit the Keyport farmers market or catch a movie at the Keyport Waterfront Park and Promenade. The Waterfront is also a great place for a leisurely stroll, offering unmatched views of Raritan Bay and the Manhattan skyline. Fish, birdwatch, or just relax.
On the other hand, if exploring local history is more your speed, be sure to check out the Keyport Fire Museum and Education Center. Open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, this museum showcases firefighting artifacts and equipment dating all the way back to the 19th century. Along a similar vein, the Keyport Historical Society is devoted to exploring local history. It puts on presentations every month from April to October. At its height, the Keyport Historical Society’s museum housed some 4,000 artifacts. Unfortunately, though, this museum was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Efforts to salvage the remaining relics, which were scattered by the wind and waves, will continue for the foreseeable future.