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  • Anonymous user answered:
    Avalon or Stone Harbor are very close to the Wetlands Institute that is geared to kids and the eco-science of the area. You are just a short drive to Cape May history and Wildwood rides.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Since Cranford is located close to other New Jersey cities, there is always plenty to do with young children. The Trailside Nature Center in nearby Mountainside, Funtime Junction in Fairfield and the Community Children's Museum in Dover are all close enough to occupy the kids for a day.
  • Alistair answered:
    Hi Lee, Medford Lakes is on the doorstep of Wharton State Forest, which offers 500 miles of trails that meander through cedar swamps, bogs, and pine heaths. The habitat here is home to wildlife including bald eagles, ospreys, great blue herons, owls, swans, and hummingbirds. Some ideas for activities include hiking the 50-mile Batona Trail, one of the Garden State's best-kept secrets that winds through three New Jersey state parks and plenty of boggy, piney wilderness. Wharton also includes 155 miles of streams and rivers that flow through the famous Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey; the best paddling is along the Oswego, Wading, and Batsto rivers, where you can camp overnight (permit required). There's also 30 miles of sand-packed roads and some singletrack, including a fun five-mile beginner's loop and a short kids' starter trail. Check in with the Jersey Action Riders, a local riding club that organizes regular rides plus can help you with info on trail conditions and where to rent gear if you need it.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Point Pleasant and Wildwood.

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