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New Jersey Department of Agriculture encourages campers to purchase locally grown firewood to prevent infestations

Toms River, New Jersey (PRWEB) January 07, 2015 Making a camping check-list for the next time you hit the road? Leave the firewood at home. The New Jersey Department of Agriculture encourages those in need of firewood to purchase within 50 miles of where they will be burning it to prevent forest infestations. This includes wood purchased for use of campfires, wood stoves and fireplaces. According to the Nature Conservancy’s “Don’t Move Firewood” website, more campgrounds and parks are being infested with tree-killing insects and diseases that are found in firewood. These infestations can destroy forests, reduce property values, and be expensive to control. For more information, visit the Nature Conservancy’s “Don’t Move Firewood” website: http://www.dontmovefirewood.org or; http://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/news/local/2014/11/12/jersey-grown-wood/18762879/. Firewood is readily available for purchase at…

RVShare.com launches world’s first peer-to-peer RV rental system

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) December 09, 2014 The Internet has become a major tool for travelers enabling users to make hotel reservations, coordinate transportation, and even find the nearest gas stations via the web. RVShare.com has taken it a step further launching a peer-to-peer system where RV’ers can rent out their unused vehicles on the website at their own cost. Owners may post their vehicle on the website by including pictures, a short description, and by selecting the RV type, year and length. Listings are free. Upgrading to a featured listing is available for a small cost. Payments can be made via check, PayPal or credit card directly to the owner. According to their website, RV owners have earned $19,200 – $48,400 a year through…

RVtravel.com YouTube channel viewers reach an all-time high

Toms River, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 28, 2014 As the nation’s most popular video-sharing website, YouTube has become a goldmine for businesses like RVTravel.com. Known as America’s most-watched YouTube channel about RV’ing, RVTravel.com has exceeded 20,000 subscribers this month and the number of page views continues to climb. The YouTube channel consists of nearly 500 videos related to recreational vehicles and the RV lifestyle, as well as tips for first time and frequent RV’ers. Reported by RV News Service, the success of the channel has increased traffic to the RV Travel website, newsletters and press. RVTravel.com is a website providing news and travel advice for current and prospective RV’ers. Visit their website at http://rvtravel.com/ or subscribe to their YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/RVtravel/featured. Subscribe to Surf…

Surf & Stream Campground Shows Support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Toms River, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 14, 2014 In an effort to raise money for Breast Cancer Foundations, various retailers are donating a portion of their profits towards the cause all month long. Surf & Stream Campground is encouraging guests to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by shopping at these New Jersey locations. Shop for jewelry, handbags, and other accessories at Brighton’s Collectibles to support the Power of Pink Campaign. A portion of sales from the campaign will be donated to Breast Cancer Research and Awareness. Guests can shop online or at Brighton’s Collectible’s locations including Bridgewater Commons, Cherry Hill Mall, Freehold Raceway Mall, Paramus Park Mall, Quaker Bridge Mall, The Mall at Short Hills, and Woodbridge Center Mall. The Jackson Premium…

Surf & Stream Campground gets into the Halloween spirit hosting spooky events

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) September 30, 2014 Surf & Stream Campground is waking up the dead with spooky events all month long. From decorating the campground to baking tasty Halloween treats, guests can enjoy tons of activities leading up to the big Halloween party! Check out the October schedule below. Kicking off the fun on Saturday, October 4th, kids can get a head start on Halloween crafts. Campers are invited to paint wooden masks and fill them with Franken Pudding for a scary glow. On Saturday, October 11th, get the chef hats ready to bake pumpkin pies while sipping hot apple cider to welcome the fall season. Bring old clothing to help create a life-size scarecrow on Saturday, October 18th. Hay will be provided as…

Surf & Stream Campground announces kid-friendly indoor activities for the fall season

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) September 19, 2014 The weather may be getting cooler but there are still plenty of things to do to entertain the little ones. Parents, take notes of some of these indoor and kid-friendly attractions around the Surf & Stream Campground. Let the kids release their energy at indoor amusement park, IPlay America located on Route 9 in Freehold, New Jersey. With over 250 games, rides and attractions for all ages, it is easy to keep the kids occupied all day long. Adults can also visit IPlay America’s Game Time Bar & Grill for good American cuisine surrounded by flat screen TV’s. Toms River, New Jersey is home to Robert J. Novins Planetarium, one of the largest and most active planetariums in…

Surf & Stream Campground crowns winner at first ever Pie Eating Contest

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) September 12, 2014 It’s as easy as pie! Campers gathered around in front of the general store on Sunday evening, August 31, 2014 to watch participants compete in Surf & Stream Campground’s first ever Pie Eating Contest. Guests of all ages put their faces and bellies to the test to win a grand prize of $100 cash. Pie eaters were instructed to devour a blueberry pie as fast as they could with their hands tied behind their backs. The first to eat the entire pie and lick their plate clean won the competition. Contestants included twelve children and adults. Employees were excluded from participating. The winner of the contest was 12-year-old Polin Gaestal who was camping with his family.

Surf & Stream Campground guests can search National and State Parks with just one click

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) September 03, 2014 As if the Internet didn’t make researching vacation getaways easy enough, outdoors enthusiasts can now view nearly 4,000 national and state parks with just one click. In an effort to create the simplest guide to research parks and their amenities all over the country, blogger, Seth Teicher created the National and State Parks Adventure Map 1.0. With the idea originally focused on parks in California, Oregon and Washington, Teicher quickly decided to expand his research including the entire country. Created in a website forum called Mode Analytics, the map features nine categories that users can choose from to narrow their search including all nearby amenities and activities. According to visitnj.org, New Jersey is home to over 60 national…

Surf & Stream Campground offers a sneak preview of its newly priced luxury Park Model Cottages

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) July 18, 2014 Surf & Stream Campground is giving lucky campers a sneak preview at their luxurious Park Model Cottages at new low prices! Guests can spend three days in one of the cozy custom designed cottage for a discounted price of $500 (excluding holidays). With access to all on site amenities, visitors can enjoy the cottage’s natural landscape, and community pool, basketball, bocce, shuffleboard, kayak launch, and miniature golf, making it feel like a home away from home at the Jersey Shore. Each unit has one or two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a full size bathroom, a private deck, outdoor dining and lounging, and a sunroom with a TV, free WIFI, and seating area. Also included is a washer…

New Jersey tip line provides summer safety tips

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) June 24, 2014 Summer barbecues, beach days and bonfires are what thousands of New Jersey families look forward to every year. At a time where many are vacationing and enjoying outdoor activities, the New Jersey 2-1-1 Partnership offers a free tip line providing resources to patrons to keep them safe and informed. By dialing 2-1-1, travelers can receive safety tips such as camping resources, parks and recreation, staying cool, and conserving energy. Additional precautions about health and safety focusing on children and elderly adults can be found on their website. New Jersey’s 2-1-1 system was launched statewide in 2005. Users can operate its services by landline, cell phone and internet. More than 210,000 people called the tip line in New Jersey…

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