About the Nature Interpretive Center
To help preserve the park's flora and fauna, large areas of Allaire State Park have been left in their natural state. The floodplain of the Manasquan River bisects the park and provides an excellent habitat for plant species not usually found in the Jersey Shore region. Over 200 species of wildflowers, trees, shrubs and other plants have been identified within the park.
Details about the Nature Center field will be added soon. For now we would suggest checking out their website for more details.
Where In Allaire
The Nature Interpretive Center is found near the Village, and even uses the same entrance road off Atlantic Ave as the village and Pine Creek.
The main entrance to the Village can be found off Atlantic Ave. You will follow this road and park in the first lot to your right JUST passed the entrance gate (entrance fee may be collected).
You may need to pay a few to get into Allaire during the warmer months. But this just gets you into Allaire State Park itself.
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Historic Allaire Village
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Search the forest for the Dinos!View Details
18 Hole Disc Golf Course
Bring your discs for a 18 hole round through the local forest.View Details
Trails for Biking, Hiking, Skipping, Handstands, Horsefolk, and More.View Details
Nature Interpretive Center
Learn a bit more of the flora and fauna in and around Allaire.View Details
Pine Creek Railroad (NJMT)
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RC Flying Field
Visit the fields of the Jersey Coast Radio Control Club for some flying fun.View Details