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Surf Industry E-News: Issue 27

Tourism is a $4.3 billion industry in Ocean County, but by the end of this year it is predicted to be at $4.4 billion. Read more about the remarkable year the Jersey Shore has had after wrapping up the summer and other news for travelers in the 27th issue of Surf & Stream Campground’s Industry…

Surf Industry E-News: Issue 26

Lucy, the Nation’s only six-story wooden elephant located in Margate, New Jersey was built in hopes to attract home development in Egg Harbor, New Jersey. Read more about the iconic landmark in the 26th issue of Surf & Stream Campground’s Industry Newsletter and find out how long she has been admired at the shore.

The Surf News: Volume 3, Issue 3

The month of July ended with a surprise from the big guy in red. Yes, once again Santa Clause came to town! Find out more about Santa’s mid-year visit for Christmas in July at the campground along with other events campers enjoyed to wind down the summer season in the August issue of The Surf…

Surf Industry E-News: Issue 25

An estimated 2,694 swimmers were rescued last year along New Jersey’s shoreline. Each year, hundreds of lifeguards are put to the test in intense training sessions practicing drills, learning CPR and going through real-life examples to prepare them for the busy season. It’s this type of news that makes us proud of our community and the…

The Surf News: Volume 3, Issue 2

The Pirate Adventure was a success again as our Surf & Stream Campground pirates and their mates climbed on board the boat to sail the seas and fight pirates! Read more about Surf & Stream Campground’s annual Pirate Adventure that took place on July 11th in our second issue of the Surf News. Follow us…

The Surf News: Volume 3, Issue 1

Take a look at Surf & Stream Campground’s first Campground Newsletter for the 2015 season! We’re highlighting the best moments from Memorial Day Weekend, great memories from our most dedicated campers, and what events to look forward to on-site and around the Jersey Shore! You can pick up your very own copy of the monthly…

Surf Industry E-News: Issue 24

The world’s first boardwalk was constructed in Atlantic City in 1870 merely to reduce the amount of sand tracked into nearby hotels and railroad cars. As hotels, shops, restaurants and casinos sprouted up along the seaside, Atlantic City became one of the most popular tourist attractions in the United States. Click here for more from…

Surf Industry E-News: Issue 22

DID YOU KNOW? New York sports teams, the Yankees, and Giants trained at the Jersey Shore during World War II. According to the Asbury Park Press, on March 14, 1943, the Yankees arrived by train to Asbury Park and conducted spring training at Asbury Park High School on a newly constructed field. On the same…

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