Eatontown, New Jersey

Eatontown NJ is a town of roughly 15,000 located in Monmouth County NJ. It is conveniently located in close proximity of the Garden State Parkway as well as Route 18, Route 35 & Route 36. You are roughly 15 to 20 minutes away from the beach, & about 10 minutes from Monmouth race track. There are quite a few places to eat, many of which are located on Route 35 or Route 36. There are also quite a few shopping options in town as well.

Bloomfield, New Jersey

Bloomfield, NJ, is a township in Essex County in Northern New Jersey. It is conveniently situated right along the Garden State Parkway near I280 and Route 3. Bloomfield Ave runs South East and North West, which takes you right into Newark, NJ. NJ Transit has two train stops in town, Watsessing Station and Bloomfield Ave. There are numerous places to eat, drink and spend leisure time. In addition to places to eat and drink, Bloomfield has several parks, including Brookdale Park, located in the Brookdale section of town.

Forked River, NJ

This week's town is Forked River NJ which is located in Lacey Township. Forked River is located right along Barnegat Bay with its numerous canals and waterfront homes. It is also north of Long Beach Island and south of Seaside Heights.
There are a number of restaurants in Forked River, many of which feature seafood that is worth a visit.

Oceanport, New Jersey

Oceanport NJ is located in Monmouth County just south of Little Silver. Oceanport NJ is home to the Racetrack. You are close to the shore. It is not a large town with low density and has a minimal amount of restaurants located within the town.

It is close to 36, not far from the Garden State Parkway, and is right along Route 35.

Carteret, New Jersey

Carteret, NJ, is a very convenient town in Middlesex County, NJ, right off Exit 12 on the NJ Turnpike. It is an ultra-convenient town that borders the Port Reading section of Woodbridge, NJ, to the south and the Avenel section of Woodbridge, NJ, to the west. The town has a handful of restaurants and a performing arts center. And in recent years, the township has been granted transportation grants to build a ferry terminal along its waterfront that will connect residents to lower Manhattan and parts of Hudson County.