3 Great Ways to Spend a Summer Day in Salem County NJ

Posted on: June 2nd, 2014 by


NJ Summer Day Trip Ideas
This summer, while the kids are off from school, make sure you get out there and have fun with one of these 3 great ways to spend a summer day in Salem County, all of them would make a great day trip for New Jersey families.


3 Great Ways to Spend a Summer Day in Salem County New Jersey


Take the Family Camping at Yogi’s Jellystone Resort

JFFYogiMy family loves camping at Yogi’s Jellystone Resort. There are a lot of planned crafts and activities for the kids, including themed weekends throughout the summer. Cool off at the Fun Zone at Tiki Bay on the 36′ Blue Crush Inflatable Water Slide or Splash Park, Race your matchbox car down the track, and even get a chance to meet Yogi or Boo Boo. There’s a small pond for fishing, a playground with basketball court, and even a small arcade to keep you occupied.

Enjoy 7 Pro Rodeo Events at Cowtown Rodeo Each Week

The oldest weekly running rodeo in the USA is celebrating it’s 60th consecutive season for the summer of 2014.  Come out and enjoy 7 Pro Rodeo events including, bull riding, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, tie down roping, team roping, and barrel racing. The Cowtown Rodeo is open every Saturday night at 7:30 from May 24th until September 27th. Gates open at 6:00 pm, rain or shine! Enjoy shopping, face painting, and promotional activities in the arena, and new for this year, a Western Photo Booth. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for children 2-12, and children 2 & under are FREE.

Hit the Beach at Parvin State Park

Enjoy the lifeguard staffed swimming beach at Parvin State Park from Memorial Day until Labor Day for just $2.oo per person, ages 3 and up. Pack a picnic lunch, rent a canoe, enjoy a hike or bike ride on a nearby trail, or go fishing. There’s plenty of fun for outdoor enthusiasts.


We hope you’ve enjoyed these great ways to spend a summer day in Salem County.


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