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- We discovered a total of 180 date ideas in or near Ringoes, New Jersey, including 174 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Trenton, New Brunswick, Princeton and New Hope.
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Mountain View Vineyard and Distillery is an eco-friendly, solar powered company. The vineyard strives to employ sustainable methods in their entire winemaking process while creating exceptionally tasting wines and spirits.
Situated on 121 acres, Brookdale Park is a partially wooded area with grass fields and facilities for baseball, tennis, football and soccer. The park provides playgrounds, a dog park, trails for walking and biking, picnic areas and a rose garden.
Part of the AMC theater chain, AMC Loews Wayne 14 is a fourteen-theater movie multiplex that shows primarily select first-run Hollywood movies. The theater features digital video and sound, and offers a variety of concessions.
Located on roughly 150 acres of land, the Lakewood Pine Park features numerous campgrounds, ballfields, a basketball court, tennis courts, children's playground equipment, and a handball court. The park is also home to large community events.
Mountain View Vineyard offers a selection of wines including dry red and white wines. Patrons may tour the wine distillery or visit the tasting room. The tasting room features an array of gifts including bottle chillers and artwork.
Ocean Ice Palace has daily public skating, open stick times, a pro shop, and offers birthday reservations. Learn to skate or play hockey in classes that cater to all skill levels, or watch one of the many hockey tournament games.
Situated on nearly 275 acres, Lincoln Park features fields for soccer, football and baseball as well as courts for basketball, tennis and handball. The park also has playgrounds, walking areas, picnic facilities and a fishing lake.
Housed in an 1840's era Grist Mill, today's Hedgerow Theatre, was redesigned as a repertory theatre in 1923. The venue features award-winning productions throughout the year, holds special presentations for children, and is an integral part of the community.