Morey’s Piers, located on the boardwalk of the Wildwoods, NJ, launched its annual holiday sale today. From now through January 4, 2019 savvy shoppers can find savings up to 40% for a season of wild rides and water park admission. Online orders start on November 12 and can be purchased by visiting moreyspiers.com.
Ready to hit the slopes? Located just 90 minutes from New York City, Camelback is PA’s biggest and #1 family friendly mountain. While known for the most skiable acres in the Poconos, 100% season-long snow making, #1 learn-to program, night skiing and 2 detachable high-speed quads, this winter, Camelback is introducing many new adventures. From 15 acres of new beginner trails, to two new ski-in/ski-out restaurants to a new terrain park – there are countless reasons to make Camelback YOUR mountain this winter.
Thinking of spending some time in a quiet Jersey Shore town this winter of 2018-2019? The shore is beautiful year-round, and off-season prices are a fraction of what they are in the summer. Here is a selection of winter rental deals and other special offers exclusively from www.ShoreVacations.com, Jersey Shore’s largest vacation rentals website, where you pay no commissions or hidden fees.
Less than 3 weeks after Red Tank’s launch, a new brewery opened in Red Bank, this time an addition to a well-known family: Triumph Brewing. It’s been an event long in the making and I was surprised that it opened quietly, without much fanfare, on a Monday in early November 2018. I had the pleasure of going there in just their second day and was really impressed!
Belford Brewing is among the closest ones to my home, and I’ve been there many times, however I never wrote a full review until now. The brewery opened in the Belford Junction of Middletown NJ in the summer of 2014, and since then (there were only 5 beers available first time I went there) it grew both in production and in space.
The Ocean Resorts Casino in Atlantic City hosted Gameacon 2018 for the first time, after a few years at another AC resort. Between October 19-21 Gameacon attracted to the Jersey Shore a mix of gaming enthusiasts, indie developers, vendors, interactive game providers and more! The convention floor was shared by four different attractions: The gaming “arena”, the VR games, the indie developers and the vendors.
On my Atlantic City trip yesterday, I also visited the Garden State Beer Company, which is on the White Horse Pike just off the Parkway exit 40. So it’s a convenient stop when you’re going in or out of AC. I was impressed by the size of the tasting room, which is huge, maybe one of the largest I’ve seen at a New Jersey microbrewery.