What Parkway EXIT has what

Dated: 09/03/2011

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Everyone always references New Jersey to what parkway exit you live, work or play at so we made up a list of some things at the exits in Ocean County. Exit 58 - Tuckerton Tuckerton Seaport, Kayaking, shopping, golf Exit 63 - Gateway to LBI and the HUB for shopping in the area. Exit 67 - Barnegat Antique shops, bay access, dock and bay beach Exit 69 - Waretown Albert Music Hall, Wells Mills Park Exit 74 - Lacey Popcorn park Zoo Exit 77 - Berkeley Twp Double Trouble Park, Miller Air Park Exit 80 and 81 - Toms River Maritime Museum, Parks, Park and ride bus teminal Exit 82 - Hub of shopping in Toms River and gateway to Seaside and Island Beach State park Exit 88/89 - Lakewood Blue Claws Stadium Exit 90/91 - Brick Ocean County Park, Stand Theater Exit 98 - Point Pleasant Antique shops, Amusements, boardwalk Come take a drive and experience what is at each exit.
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