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the Jersey Shore
The only book covering
Cape May to Sandy Hook
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Jersey Shore Summer Guide
While the Jersey Shore is known as a destination where salt water taffy and frozen custard were born, Miss America was crowned and “The Twist” was invented, there’s even more to the Shore just waiting to be discovered.
Find the best places to thrill, eat, fish, party and swim on the 130 miles of the New Jersey shoreline from the Sandy Hook Lighthouse to Cape May Point. Take a 2-hour peaceful walk with a llama, admire Painted Ladies mansions and observe a vast migration at North America’s number one birding destination. Climb inside a giant elephant, stroll the world’s most famous Boardwalk and discover the town chosen by seven U.S.Presidents as the “Nation’s Summer Capital.”
Find out what to do on a rainy day. Learn about free beaches (and parking), family activities and the hottest nightclubs. Beyond the summer, this guide helps you enjoy the Shore year-round. Discover fall foliage at historic battlefields; pet a wolf dog or dance to the hottest rock bands at the Stone Pony.
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In the News
When Bobby Staab jumped into the station wagon with his parents and four siblings that summer day in 1965, the Pittsburgh family headed to the Jersey Shore.
After six hours on the road, 9-year-old Bobby and his family arrived at their Stone Harbor rental house for a one-week vacation.
"It was the first time I ever saw the ocean," Staab, who goes by R.C. Staab as author and playwright, told 70and73.com in a telephone interview. "That was a huge vacation for us." ...more
While the Jersey Shore is known as a destination where salt water taffy and frozen custard were born, Miss America was crowned and “The Twist” was invented, there’s even more to the Shore just waiting to be discovered. That’s what readers will find in 100 Things to Do at the Jersey Shore, the only guidebook that covers the 130 miles of the New Jersey shoreline from the Sandy Hook Lighthouse to Cape May.
Written by Jersey Shore travel expert, R.C. Staab, the book is available at www.100thingsjerseyshore.com, Amazon.com, other online booksellers and local books such as the Asbury Book Cooperative....more