Central NJ is a tough one thing to define. But we consider most of Mercer, Southern Middlesex, most of Monmouth, and a smidge of Ocean to be Central NJ. And within this northmagical realm, you will find historical places (like Washington Crossing SP), great fishing (in Assunpink WMA), and the future Capital To Coast trail! Come explore... you will love everything you find :)

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Featured Park: Mercer County Park

Mar 23. 2012: Featured Park: Mercer County Park

Mercer County Park is simply a great park. The trails are great for walking, biking, jogging and more. The tennis courts are beautiful, and well kept. The dog park is fun for dogs and there pets. Do you kayak or paddle? If so, head out onto the lake for a relaxing time. With all the scheduled events and special shows, there is always something fun going on in Mercer County park.

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Allaire Tuesday Beginner Group Rides starting April 10th

Mar 16. 2012: Allaire Tuesday Beginner Group Rides starting April 10th

Starting April 10th 2012 @ 6pm sharp (conditions permitting), JORBA will bring back a very fun weekly event...the Allaire Tuesday Beginner Group Ride.

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Giant tortoise, friends get a permanent home at the Popcorn Park Zoo

Oct 23. 2011: Giant tortoise, friends get a permanent home at the Popcorn Park Zoo

Back in Sept, the Press had a story about a Highlands resident that was raising multiple tortoises in their backyard. It looks like the Turtle Back Zoo was able to adopt the "little" guys.

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10 more campground listings have been added..

Jul 13. 2011: 10 more campground listings have been added..

We added 10 more campground listings tonight. Though the data is rather basic right now, at least they have been added, so you'll know where to camp =)

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A Bicycle and Pedestrian-Friendly Bridge (WWBPA.org)

Apr 4. 2011: A Bicycle and Pedestrian-Friendly Bridge (WWBPA.org)

The West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance posted a great article about the bridge over the railroad tracks on Schalks Crossing Road.

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