The New Jersey Tourism Industry Association (NJTIA), the state’s premiere tourism advocacy group invites all to enjoy the miles of Jersey Coastline that will be open regardless of a potential state government shut down.
NJTIA, the statewide advocacy leader for the $45 billion tourism industry invites all to the many miles of the Jersey shore and parks that will be open for the popular July Fourth Holiday. Though the focus of many news feeds have been situated around the possible NJ Government shutdown due to the final approval of a budget, NJTIA would like to reassure vacationers who enjoy the natural resources of the shore that the majority will be open.
Most of the favorite beach destinations are operated directly by municipalities. Though state park beaches may not be accessible in the event of a government shutdown, all others will be operating and making sure that the start of Summer 2018 brings plenty of fun in the sun. NJTIA also reminds everyone that legislation has been passed that even if a shutdown occurs, New Jersey casinos will remain open as usual.
NJTIA encourages all who have plans in the following state parks and beaches to contact the park directly either by phone or online to see how the potential shut down would impact them:
Allaire State Park, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Bulls Island State Park, Cape May Point State Park, Cheesequake State Park, Corson’s Inlet State Park, Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park, Double Trouble State Park, Edison State Park, Farny State Park, Fort Mott State Park, Garden State Park, Hacklebarney State Park, High Point State Park, Hopatcong State Park, Island Beach State Park, Kittatinny Valley State Park, Liberty State Park, Long Pond Ironworks State Park, Monmouth Battlefield State Park, Palisades State Park, Parvin State Park, Princeton Battlefield State Park, Rancocas State Park, Ringwood Manor State Park, Round Valley State Park, Spruce Run State Park, Stephens State Park, Swartswood State Park,Voorhees State Park, Washington Crossing State Park, Washington Rock State Park, Wawayanda State Park.
For updates or more information on how to join the New Jersey Tourism Industry Association, please go to their website www.njtia.org.