Wonders of New Jersey: 381 - 390

  • 381 Hoboken Rail Station Hoboken.
  • 382 Raritan River Greenway
  • 383 Fossil Farms Ostrich meat is the main attraction, but you can also buy Alligator, Antelope, Buffalo, Duck, Elk, Rabbit, Guinea Hens, Poussin, Squab, Venison, Wild Boar, Piedmontese Beef, Quail, Pheasant and Caribou. Oakland headquarters, farm in Sussex County.
  • 384 Jersey Tomato Festival West Cape May. 
  • 385 Woolverton Inn One of New Jersey's best known bed and breakfasts.
  • 386 Storybook Land Favorite childrens' stories and nursery rhymes can be found in this theme park.
  • 387 Camden Children's Garden Attractions include Violet Plaza, Arrow River Train, Benjamin Franklin's Workshop, the Butterfly Tent, the Philadelphia Eagles Four Seasons Butterfly House, Garden Carousel, Storybook Gardens, the Irish Faerie Garden, Dinosaur Garden and the Puerto Rican themed Plaza de Albonito. Camden.
  • 388 Eagle Rock Reservation These 408 acres are known for their views of northeastern New Jersey and New York City. Also home to the Highlawn Pavilion restaurant, which is housed in the historic Old Casino building. There is also a 9/11 monument. West Orange.
  • 389 Belmar Marina
  • 390 Seabrook Farms  After World War II, many Japanese who had been kept in internment camps were offered jobs at this frozen foods producer. At one point, the population of workers reached about 3,000. Upper Deerfield.

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