Don’t miss the Shore Chefs Crab Cake Cook-off this weekend: August 16 & 17, 2014 from 12 to 5 pm at the Monmouth Park Racetrack. Local Chefs will compete for the best crab cake award and the coveted People’s Choice Award. Taste fare from your favorite local restaurants including crab cakes, fried catfish and lobster rolls, among other favorites. If you’re thinking of attending the event, why not make a weekend getaway of it? The Courtyard Lincroft Red Bank is pleased to offer a getaway package that lets you stay in the middle of the action and save! When you book our exclusive Eat, Stay & Play Package, you’ll get extra perks to make your getaway unforgettable! Package includes: Overnight Accommodations, Breakfast for two adults daily at The Bistro, Free admission to the Shore Chef Crab Cake Cook-Off this weekend. Don’t miss your chance to make the most of the summer. Book today! Courtyard Info Here
From August 24 thru August 29 pay for 3 nights and get 2 free at Mark 3 Motel in Seaside Heights, NJ. We also have some pet rooms available. URL: http://www.mark3motel.com/
Have you ever wondered what it would like to discover Indiana’s Underground? You will be amazed at what lies beneath Historic Corydon and Harrison County. There are ice age bones, underground waterfalls, rushing rivers and amazing formations millions of years in the making. You can even take an underground boat ride. See where Squire Boone, younger brother of Daniel Boone, now rests and hear his story. Squire Boone Caverns and Indiana Caverns are both in Harrison County and just a short drive away is another cave that is known for its many delicate soda straws and the unique penny ceiling. If you think all caves are the same take a weekend and visit all three caves, you will be sure to have a different opinion by the time you leave. URL: www.thisisindiana.org
Grab the crew and go! Make your way to Historic Corydon, Harrison County in Southern Indiana. Harrison County is fast becoming a wine lover’s dream. Whether you prefer white, red, sweet or dry you will be sure to discover a new favorite, or two. All of our wineries offer complimentary wine tastings served with Southern Hospitality. Start your day at Indian Creek Winery then make your way to Harrison County’s newest winery, Quibble Hill Winery. After that take a scenic drive to Scout Mountain Winery where you can sit outside and enjoy the view. Cap off the evening with dinner in Historic Downtown Corydon and an overnight stay at one of our local hotels. Begin the next day with a trip through the rolling hills of Southern Indiana that will lead you to Best Vineyards Winery. Finish your getaway at Turtle Run Winery where every Sunday afternoon from May to November some of the regions finest bands take the stage. Whether you are looking to spend time with old friends, make new friends or rekindle the flame take a few days to relax, unwind and take in the beautiful scenery that is Harrison County, Indiana. URL: www.thisisindiana.org
Get to know Indiana’s first state capitol, Historic Corydon. Tour the State Historic sites where you will step back in time and learn Corydon’s rich history. Visit the first State Capitol, Governor Hendrick’s Headquarters and the Constitution Elm. A short drive away is the home to Indiana’s only Civil War Battlefield, where the Battle of Corydon took place July 9, 1863. Be sure to stop by Zimmerman Art Glass where you can watch a first-hand demonstration of off -hand glassmaking. Zimmerman’s carries on a family tradition that has continued through four generations. After discovering Corydon’s beginnings find out what lies beneath our town. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore Indiana’s underground? Harrison County is home to two spectacular caves and close to a third. Start your caving adventure at Indiana Caverns for a walking tour combined with a boat ride. Along the way you will see ice age bones, amazing waterfalls and experience great heights and depths. After the tour head to the gem mine where you can pan for fossils and gemstones. After a full day of adventure make your way to downtown Corydon for diner and a sweet treat. After checking into a local hotel, take the kids to play miniature golf at Golf Shores Fun Center so they can wind down for the night. Everyone will need their rest for the next day! Day two will begin at Squire Boone Caverns and Village. Discovered by Squire Boone and his brother Daniel, this cave offers dazzling cave formations of stalactites, stalagmites and flowstone. Another highlight of the cavern are the rushing rivers and waterfalls that carry over a million gallons of water through the caverns every day, this is something rarely seen in caves. From Memorial Day to Labor Day explore Squire Boone Village where you can dip your own candles, visit Boone’s kitchen for lunch, watch lye soap being made, pan for (fools) gold or watch the Grist Mill grind grain. If this has not satisfied your adventurous spirit, head over to Squire Boone Ziplines. Soar through the treetops on this state-of-the-art zip-line course that offers an eco-adventure along with an adrenaline rush for both novice and master zippers alike. The Canopy tour allows guests to zip through the air at up to 35 miles an hour. If you’re not quite tall enough, no problem, Squire Boone Ziplines has the only Kids Zip in the area. Before heading back to Historic Corydon for the night, visit O’Bannon Woods State Park where you can experience a pioneer farmstead and nature center. Your last day of adventure will take you to Marengo Cave. Here you can choose between two walking tours or do both! The first tour is the Crystal Palace. This is an easy tour that winds its way through formation filled rooms and past huge flowstone deposits. The second tour is the Dripstone Trail. This tour is known for its many delicate soda straws, slender totem pole stalagmites, and the unique Penny Ceiling. You can experience in three days what took nature millions of years to make, but be sure to bring a jacket because the caves stay around 55 degrees year round. After spending the last two day discovering Indiana’s Underground take time to enjoy some time above ground at Cave Country Canoes where there are trips for every skill level. With so much to offer be sure to include Historic Corydon Harrison County in your family adventure plans. URL: www.thisisindiana.org
We are giving away free nights in August. Check out our website for details and availability at Seadip! URL and Details Here: www.SeaDip.com
Don’t wait, call us now for the last days of summer getaways! Rates reduced from Aug 24-28th, 2014. Just across the street from the beach and 2 blocks from the boardwalk – The AztecMotel.com in Wildwood Crest, NJ. Call today!