Unplug, Unwind and Enjoy the Outdoors this Season
in Monmouth County
Monmouth County, NJ may be well known for its sandy beaches and boardwalks, but don’t let the cooler weather stop you from continuing to explore the outdoors!
If you’re looking for a fun way to spend the day outdoors with family or friends, take a trip to a pick-your-own farm and find fresh produce straight from the source. Many farms also provide outdoor activities for visitors through the holidays so check your desired location to see what is offered. To find the perfect farm for your trip, visit GrownInMonmouth.com. The website also provides information on area wineries, breweries, farmers markets, and restaurants that use local produce.
If you’re looking to spend the day outdoors, you’re in luck! Monmouth County is home to more than 30 County-owned park areas totaling nearly 18,000 acres of open space, trails, lakes, and woods. Fall and winter activities include hiking, nature spotting, sledding, cross country skiing, biking and more! Visitors can also take advantage of numerous county-owned golf courses, home to five championship 18-hole courses, two 18-hole executive courses, a 9-hole, par 3 course and three warm-up ranges. For more information, visit MonmouthCountyParks.com.
In addition to all that Monmouth County, NJ offers – visit Tourism.VisitMonmouth.com for shopping destinations, restaurants, museums, theaters, local happenings and so much more!
This article is supported in part by a grant from New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.