While on making a stop in the Jersey Shore, visit a quaint community known as Trenton Island. The former seat with the colonial boat and yachts docked governor, Trenton Island has a interesting history. Visitors may check out a number of outdoor activities and attractions, including the William Trent House Museum. Alternatively, like a morning of entertainment at the Slide carousel Music Movie theater or with the Blue Gentleman Group, which will performs about Wednesday afternoons.
The Trenton Island Motorboat Landing can be found southwestern within the intersection of Highway 35 and Freeway 63. Around the west part of 63, it’s south of your Lloyd Spriggle Memorial Link. Parking can be bought at the ramp. This service also offers restrooms. The launching ramp features limited car parking on the road shoulder joint. It’s open up Wednesday to Sunday out of 12: 31 to some p. m. and occasionally hosts foodstuff events.