Welcome to Middletown

104 Views · Published on Thu, 23 March 2017 · Towns

This episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY features the Villages of Middletown comprising villages such as Belford, Leonardo, River Plaza, Lincroft, Navesink, Port Monmouth, Locust, and North Middletown. Included in this episode are segments on Deep Cut Gardens, Naval Weapons Station Earle, the Middletown 350 Parade and the oldest cemetery in the area.

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