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Woodstown is a borough of Salem County, New Jersey, that was established in 1882 as a result of a referendum that was held, tallied, and enacted in a single day. It is located a short distance from the states of Pennsylvania and Delaware and has easy access to a number of major metropolitan areas. At the same time, the borough has a distinct rural atmosphere which it has cultivated over the years by protecting its historic structures. Some of the landmark buildings have been added to the National and State Register of Historic Places, and there are many more that qualify but haven't been added yet, as well as several farmsteads dating back more than 200 years. The town center has numerous charming storefronts that make a walking tour of the area a must-do activity.
Book an RV in Salem County, and you are ready to begin a one-of-a-kind vacation that most people can only dream about. Other communities also warrant a visit while you are here. Moorestown banned all liquor sales in 1915 and maintained the ban until 2011, despite attempts to repeal the ban in 1935, 1953, and 2007. Trenton was first settled by Quakers in 1679 but did not officially exist until 1720. Toms River was known as the Township of Dover until 2006 when it was renamed after an unincorporated community within the township. Beach Haven was named one of the top 10 beaches in New Jersey in a 2008 contest sponsored by the New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium. Woodbine's residential center still exists on the same grid that it was designed with when it was established in 1891. Your Woodstown travel trailer rental is your introduction to this great state; where you take it from there is up to you.
Wharton State Forest is one of the largest refuges in the New Jersey State Park System and includes Batsto Village, a former industrial center that produced bog iron and glass from 1766 to 1867. Visitors are welcome to canoe or kayak the numerous rivers, lakes and ponds, or hike the many trails that wind their way through the woodlands and open fields. Long stretches of unpaved roads are perfect for mountain biking and horseback riding, and wildlife observers can look for bald eagles, ospreys, screech and great-horned owls, and many other bird species, as well as mammals and plant life.
Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is one of the largest tidal salt marsh areas remaining in the Mid-Atlantic region, but it also has freshwater impoundments and upland habitats that provide refuge for various wildlife species. Parts of the refuge are designated as natural research areas. Other areas are open to the public for fishing and hunting, nature photography, and wildlife viewing, and park staff offer many opportunities to participate in environmental education activities and programs. Keep your Woodsville RV rental nearby, and you can combine outdoor adventure with the creature comforts of home, enjoying the best of both.
Belleplain State Forest was established in 1928 as a means to provide public recreation in addition to water conservation and timber cultivation. It has better soil and less fire damage than its neighbor Pine Barrens, resulting in pockets of oak and Atlantic white cedar and young pine. Meisle Cranberry Bog, located within the park, was converted into Lake Nummy by the Civilian Conservation Corps and today, the lake is a popular destination for swimming, boating, and fishing.
There are numerous RV parks and campgrounds near Woodstown, many of which are located on or near the seashore; some of them may have mobile homes as well as RV sites. Your Woodstown RV trailer rental is your guarantee of a relaxing and comfortable vacation no matter where you decide to stay.
Turtle Run Campground & RV is a rustic and family-friendly RV park with a large playground, a turtle-shaped swimming pool, and plenty of shade amongst the trees; there are basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoes pitches, and mini golf. Guests can make use of the restrooms and showers, and the laundry facilities. Sites can be rented by the day, week, or month and have electrical and water hookups; some sites have full hookups. Some sites have tent camping, and there are cabins for rent.
There are a lot of things to see and do in and around Woodstown, starting with the farmer's markets and a local rodeo. The rodeo runs from approximately May to September; it was started in 1929 and is one of the oldest rodeos in the U.S. Woodstown is a good area for historical sights and guests should pay a visit to a national cemetery and a log cabin that was used by the Underground Railroad. There are a number of vineyards and distilleries, a good relaxing activity to while away an afternoon. One of the vineyards is family owned and operated with a tasting room, estate scenery, and background music. There are antique stores and a theater offering live music concerts and plays. While you are here, remember to take your Woodstown motorhome rental for a spin around the countryside; driving an RV is a unique experience and one that shouldn't be missed.
When it's time for dinner, Woodstown has an abundance of eateries with prices that won't break your wallet. One of the local pub restaurants is open from just before noon until semi-late evening and has an extensive menu with gluten-free options. It has outdoor seating with the occasional live entertainment and appetizer specials. Guests dining here really should try the blackened salmon; takeout is another option for those who would like a quiet, relaxing dining experience. Grab your food and head back to your Woodstown luxury RV rental to enjoy your meal in your favorite lawn chair, with a sunset in the distance or stars overhead.