Boat tour sails into the Manasquan Reservoir

September 21, 2012 by  

Anybody who loves to take a scenic boat cruise could not do much better than to climb on board with one of the cruises offered down the Manasquan Reservoir tomorrow, September 22.

The Manasquan Reservoir is a portion of the Monmouth County Park System, one of the best and most natural recreational sites located in this area. In this area, visitors will find a lovely lake bordered by walking trails, an extensive picnic area, and in excess of 1,200 acres to explore. The visitors’ center is a handy place to stop by, where visitors can purchase snacks, buy fishing bait, or rent a boat.

The reservoirs natural surroundings and beauty can be seen from all directions and it includes a 5.1-mile trail, as well as a shorter 1.1-mile trail with plenty to see. The boat cruise gives guests the opportunity to see wildlife in its natural setting. With four opportunities to board from the Visitor Center’s dock tomorrow afternoon, it looks like the perfect chance to come and enjoy an hour on the water and see what can be discovered.

Poster printing and flyer printing using local printing companies may have been used to promote this scenic boat cruise to people in the area. The cost for the cruise is $5.75 per adult and $3.75 for children 12 and under. Cruises depart at 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm 3:00 pm, and 4:00 pm along the Manasquan Reservoir, which is just a short drive from Wall Township, New Jersey.

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