Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
815 Route 37 West
Toms River, NJ 08755
Phone: (732) 341-2400
Fax: (732) 341-6469
815 Route 37 West, Toms River, NJ, US, 08755
- Phone: (732) 341-2400
- Fax: (732) 341-6469
An extensive and varied collection of books, periodicals, reference materials, research materials, and a host of other services and materials is featured at this public library.
This family recreation center offers such amusements and activities as go-carts, an arcade, miniature golf, jousting, a driving range, bumper boats, and much more.
This park provides a variety of activities for the whole family.
Spanning almost five hundred acres, this environmentally sensitive park is home to the Cooper Environmental Center where visitors of all ages may enjoy many displays and collections of snakes and reptiles, as well as numerous programs and presentations; the park also offers boardwalks, cross country skiing, fishing, nature trails, scenic overlooks, a children's playground, and a picnic area.
This park offers a fantastic beach, and opportunities for swimming and fishing.
The site upon which this park now sits was originally a cranberry farm and packing plant, and the site has also seen a succession through the years of several timber companies, with sawmills that dated back to the mid-Eighteenth Century; the park now includes historic structures that date back to the Nineteenth Century, a restored sawmill, and a restored cranberry sorting and packing house.
This marina includes a pool, a clubhouse, storage, a pump-out station, fuel, a children's playground, and more.
This airpark offers airplane and helicopter rides, as well as flying lessons.
At Popcorn Park Zoo, there is always place for homeless animals. Owned by the Associated Humane Society, the zoo is one part of the large-scale shelter, that this non-profit organization provides. Established in 1977, the zoo is home to hundreds of abandoned and injured birds and animals. Visitors will get to see a wide range of animal species including lions, tigers, bears, monkeys, camels, pigs, goats and horses, among several others. A treat for animal lovers, this zoo is not just a public venue, but an institution with a noble cause.
This oceanfront boat dealership offers the best in boats, as well as a marina and related services.
A ball fan? Then all roads should lead to First Energy Park. Not only used to play baseball, this park is multi-dimensional with men attired in business suits busy in corporate meetings or birthday cakes being cut by five-year olds. This is a landmark in the history of the New Jersey and South Atlantic League. It's time to bring out the Champagne bottles as a milestone has been conquered.
The Lakewood BlueClaws bring the excitement of minor league baseball to Lakewood and the surrounding communities.