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Floodplain, Allaire State Park
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Below the picnic areas in Allaire State Park you may walk through the woods towards the Manasquan River. There is a large floodplain along the banks of the river whick gets very wet during heavy rains and flooding occurs, as in this photo where access to the river was thwarted.
Copyright: Bob Engelbart
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Caricate: 01/11/2011
Aggiornato: 09/07/2014
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