Sick of the saltwater and waves? Don’t worry; while the most popular swimming spots in New Jersey are located at the shore, there are other options when you want to take a dip. One of our favorite swimming holes in the state is actually a pretty, secluded lake called Hooks Creek Lake. Here’s what you should know before planning your visit.
It’s an affordable trip to make, too. Park admission is $5 per car ($10 for those who don’t live in New Jersey) on weekdays and $10 per car (and $20 for non-New Jersey residents) on weekends and holidays. For more information about swimming at Cheesequake State Park, be sure to visit the official website.
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