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Allaire Stae Park, NJ
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Hiking trails take you through the diverse forest of Allaire State Park. Take the boardwalk through the ancient bog area, leave the trail and continue to the upper Manasquan River. You may see many deer in this area so step lightly.
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Uploaded: 01/11/2011
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