Allaire Village New Jersey Photography Hot Spot

Allaire Village, N.J. Photography Hot Spot

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There are plenty of old 19th-century buildings to photograph around Allaire Village. There is a small stream, so bring your tripod and neutral density filters to get some long exposure water flow images. There are lots of flowers in the spring so your tripod will come in handy for your macro photography too.  If you get inside some buildings, you will need it for low light photos also.

Lens: A wide-angle lens is a must for this location. There is a lot to shoot in this area, but wildlife is very minimal but may pop out of nowhere so having a zoom with you cannot hurt, but I would not recommend lugging it around just in case.

Gear: To get started doing your photography, bring your tripod and your circular polarizing filter. The circular polarizing filter will make your white puffy clouds burst and deepen the blue around them. It will also take the glare off of the water and replace it with reflection. Bring your tripod in case there is not a lot of light to work with to get your depth of field when desired. Don’t forget your neutral density filter if we advise there is moving water here.

Gear List at a glance: Circular polarizing filter, neutral density filter, tripod, shutter release.

 

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Food:

Food truck by the bathrooms

Spring Meadow Inn

American Restaurant, Golf Course, and Bar

4185 Atlantic Ave, Wall Township, NJ 07727, United States

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Hotels:

Colt’s Neck Inn – Click here to go to their website.  When in this area this is the only place to stay. We love it here. It is pet-friendly too!

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The Colts Neck Inn
732 409 1200
191 Route 537 West Colts NeckNew Jersey
NJ 07722 USA

When you are traveling doing your photography and looking for a place to rest, visit the Colts Neck Inn Hotel. The location offers the tranquility of the country while being in close proximity to the Asbury Park and Long Branch Beaches, Delicious Orchards, Monmouth Race Track, Jersey Shore Premium Outlets, Eatontown, Freehold, and Red Bank. The two-story hotel features 47 individually decorated rooms with Thomasville™ furnishings. They also offer two grand suites, each with a Jacuzzi. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi, cable TV, parking, and continental breakfast. The Colts Neck Inn Hotel offers the comfort and charm one expects in a country setting, with modern amenities.

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Camping:

Allaire State Park Camping – Make reservations here

Campsites: 45 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Flush toilets and shower facilities are within walking distance. Trailer sanitary station open April 15 to October 31. Open year round. Fee: NJ Resident $20 per night; Non-Resident $25 per night.

Yurts: Four yurts. Circular tents built on a wood frame, featuring wood floors, a deck and plexiglass skylight. Each yurt has a wooden door, window screens and flaps, and two double-deck bunks, which sleep up to four people. Accessible to persons with disabilities. Fee: NJ Resident $35 per night; Non-Resident $40 per night.

Shelters: Six shelters. Cabin-like structures with a wood stove for heat and two double-deck bunks, which sleep up to four people. Each site includes a fire ring and picnic table. Accessible to persons with disabilities. Open February 1 to December 31. Fee: NJ Resident $48 per night; Non-Resident $60 per night.

Allaire Village at Allaire State Park is a great photography location. Photography Hot Spots.

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