Wall Township is a township in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 26,164, reflecting an increase of 903 (+3.6%) from the 25,261 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 5,017 (+24.8%) from the 20,244 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Wall Township
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Spanning more than 3,000 acres, this state park is best known for its 19th-century iron-making town, Allaire Village, and antique steam trains.
This campground is only 6 miles to the beach. It's location is perfect. The cabins only have bunk beds and a table but was a lot easier then setting up a tent. The bathrooms were clean for a state park. Lots of hiking trails around the park. Great weekend getaway.
5 based on 531 reviews
Today, we went to this museum on the Asbury Park boardwalk not knowing what to expect and, boy, did we have a great time! We are not pinball players, but thought this would be fun and it was. Retro pinball machines, arcade games, skeeball, hockey, pong, vintage TV shows on the screens, and "kids" of all ages having a ball. It was a cold, rainy day today, so I don't know what it looks like in nice weather, but since this is not yet and summer season, it was quite cozy! The entrance is on the boardwalk side and it is packed with old, well maintained machines. Above the machines, there is brief history of the manufacturer and the history of the machine and what its goals for play are. You pay a one-day rate and you can play all day with the one admission. It was fun trying our luck from machine to machine. My husband loved an old vintage baseball pinball machine that tallied runs, hits,etc. and had little men "running" from base to base. There is a little "café" inside that serves basic snack foods, but there are also real restaurants nearby. The museum in a little "strip" near the Stone Pony. Don't know what parking is like during the "season" but now street and lot parking were available. I can't tell you the last time we had so much fun and it was fun watching others having fun as well. The one day pass is $25 but that is for unlimited play with in and out privileges. Tom, the manager, was very nice as was the staff in general. Highly recommend for you, your friends, your grandkids, etc. It's like a trip to a time where life was simpler and just fun.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Algonquin Arts Theatre is a 500 seat performing arts venue. We produce approximately 8 musicals or plays each year and host a variety of concerts and other special events. Most performances are on weekends. We also have a variety of education programs including a year-round Performing Arts Academy and a daytime Education Series of titles designed for school-aged children.
We have attended quite a few productions at this theater and have found all to be well performed and staged. This recreation of the aging Algonquin Theater is a genuine addition to the arts community. Professional theater equipment complements the local and touring artists in a comfortable space.
5 based on 89 reviews
Hendry Wijaya played an absolute,itely enthralling, amazing, beautiful, entrancing solo piano recital. The church was nice.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
I live close to a few beaches and this is one of my favorites! Ocean Grove's family friendly atmosphere extends to the beach and its boardwalk. While it can get crowded during the summer months, I always have a relaxing time when I am here.
5 based on 59 reviews
Took a friend who had never parasailed before and is afraid of heights and sharks. He was actually laughing as we were dunked and swirled in the ocean. We enjoyed the view And serene quiet up 300 feet in the air . We enjoyed the classic rock music during the boat ride and we clapped for each couple when they returned . Lots of fun..
4.5 based on 25 reviews
A fun place for everyone who loves to watch local drivers whether they are learning the ropes or competing for wins. A good way to spend a weekend afternoon/evening with family, friends, etc. However, they have recently changed concession companies and my advice now is either bring your own food or buy your eats at the Sabrett stand at the far end of the stands. Service from the new concessions is lousy, food tastes terrible and we heard too many people complaining about it. Still, you gotta enjoy the racing!
5 based on 27 reviews
New Jersey's largest, fastest, most comfortable boats. The Bogan family has operated New Jersey's largest fleet of deep sea fishing boats for over 75 years. The Jamaica offers a variety of fishing experiences throughout the year, catering to first time, novice and expert fishermen.
I'v fished this boat many times. Each time, the efforts to put fish in the coolers by the captain and crew impressed me. The price is fair and also have coupon on there web site. They may also send you some if sign up with your email.
4.5 based on 188 reviews
Jenkinson's Aquarium opened in 1991 and is a proud member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). This indoor facility is dedicated to educating the public on various aspects of marine life and conservation. From Atlantic Sharks to Coral Reef and Local Fish the Aquarium has a variety of marine individuals. There is a Rainforest area with parrots and monkeys and a Pine Barrens area with turtles, frogs and even owls. Touch tanks, Harbor seals and African Penguins are also included. Check out our Penguin Web Cam on the Aquarium website. You can come and go all day once you pay, so enjoy our exhibits then go out to the beach, rides, mini golf and return later in the day to see some animal feedings. Open year round.
We brought our 27 month old and 2 month old for a visit and had a great time. We arrived shortly after 9 am opening (in December ) and viewed all exhibits and even seal and penguin feedings -all without waning interest of such a short attention span of a 2 year old! Maybe next time our toddler will be old enough to enjoy the 'touch tank'! The employees are so informative, caring, and attentive to youngsters it will be a pleasure to come back. Beautiful tanks are full of curious inhabitants who closely greet visitors. We viewed snakes, monkeys, macaws, & salamanders as well.
4 based on 743 reviews
we always come down for the day during the early and late months of the off season- mid Sept. cant be beat! it is mostly locals and most things are still open. Lots of arcades w/ photo booths, and games to win prizes. There are tons of great beach food options-Jersey shore pizza ( really cant be beat), funnel cake, beer, etc.. prices are a bit high, but that's to be expected. Crowds aren't too thick, but parking can be tough - if you are willing to walk a few blocks, you can find something. It's a quaint but lively area- good energy and a nice boardwalk for walking. It's busy as can be during the summer, but wonderfully peaceful during the offseason.
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