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We're only minutes away from the Atlantic Ocean.
We also have Trails to walk at Cattus Island Park to view Nature
at the Bay. or visit Island Beach State Park for Nature Tours
and find out what animals live in the park and in the Ocean.
Seaside Heights & Lavalette, Ortley Beach or Point Pleasant.
Either one you choose you will find the Beautiful Blue Atlantic Ocean where you can swim, fish, surf or boogie board in. Fun for Everyone. Seaside Heights & Point Pleasant both offer a Boardwalk with Amusements, Rides and Great Food & Goodies...
Written May 31, 2007
Address: Seaside Heights Beach (over bridge on Rt 37 E)
We have Seafood, Japanese Habachi, Sushi, Bed & Breakfasts, etc
There's ShoGun, TGIF, APPLEBEES, Olive Garden, Caballo's,
Daves Famous Rib house, IHOP, Perkins, Denny's,
and Numerous Diners,
as well as McDonalds, Burger King, TacoBell, White Castle, etc.
Favorite Dish: The BEST Please to eat is on the Seaside Boardwalk,
Get one of their Famous Sausage or Cheese Steaks Sandwhiches
with an Ice Cold Homemade Lemonade to wash it down,
Thats where its at!!!
Updated May 31, 2007
This was my first time in a White Castle. If it's good enough for the Beastie Boys and Harold & Kumar, it's good enough for me.
By 'good' I mean edible. As in if you are starving and/or nothing else is open, White Castle is great.
Favorite Dish: Slyders because I crave them.
The Chicken ring sandwich was oddly not that bad.
I've been wanting to come here since 1986 after listening to the Beastie Boys. 6 songs on their Licensed to Ill album mentioned White Castle.
White Castle fries only come in one size
Updated Jul 25, 2006
Address: 132 Rt 37 E, Tom's River 08753
Phone: (732) 505-9463
Rivolis is a local Italian restaurant. It has friendly service and great ambiance.
HUGE portions!! The plate was like over a foot wide.
Favorite Dish: Broiled Seafood Combo
lobster tail, flounder, shrimp, scallops and
stuffed mussels oreganato, broiled in butter, then
served with steamed brocolli and carrots with a
side of linguine.
Written Jul 25, 2006
Address: 781 Fischer Blvd. , Toms River
The Toms River Bus Station, about 1/2 mile southwest of downtown on Highland Parkway South, serves both express and local buses operated by NJ Transit and Academy to many destinations. The routes serving the Toms River Bus Station are as follows:
67: Rt. 549/Rt. 9 Local to Newark via Lakewood/Freehold/Old Bridge
67X: Garden State Parkway Express to Newark/Jersey City
67B: Brick Local/Garden State Parkway Express to Newark/Jersey City/Weehawken
137/319: New York City Express
137 Local: New York City Local via Brick
319: Atlantic City Express
559: Atlantic City/Lakewood Local via US-9
Written May 27, 2005
Toms River is easily accesible from many majour northeast cities.
From Newark/New York: Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 81 for Toms River.
From Philadelphia/Trenton: Take the Atlantic City Expressway or I-195 to the Garden State Parkway to Exit 81 for Toms River
From Baltimore/Washington/Points Far South: Take the Cape May-Lewes Ferry to US-9 North to the Garden State Parway North to Exit 81 for Toms River.
Written May 27, 2005
If you have seen my New Jersey page, then you know that this is the entire reason for even including New Jersey in my travels. When I was in Toms River, I discovered a new type of traffic pattern called the 'jug handle.' This picture is my own awful attempt at drawing the nasty thing. Not having been able to see these things from the air, I can't guarantee that my rendering is completely correct, but it should give you enough of an idea so that you don't get into any traffic accidents. The entire point of these jug handles is to make sure no one gets into an accident while trying to make a left turn on a major roadway. Instead, you can have wonderful fun getting into accidents while trying to change lanes to get onto or off of a jug handle. The side roads don't have these (thank heavens) so if you find you have serious trouble getting used to them, you can try to re-map your route through smaller streets. I have heard that jug handles are all over New Jersey, but not having driven too much throughout New Jersey (except to get through it or out of it), I can't testify to this. The red arrows are where the cars are going, the black arrows are actually the markings on the road.
Written Aug 24, 2002