Pay a Visit to Cumberland NJ on a Charter Bus in New Jersey - Part 1

Cumberland is a great place to visit while in New Jersey. There's a bunch of lovely spots that both tourists and NJ residents will surely enjoy. Just hire a charter bus in New Jersey and getting to these venues would be easy, convenient and comfortable.

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Here are the places we suggest you check out. So go ahead, get a charter bus in New Jersey, and get ready to have fun.

Belleplain State Forest

The Belleplain State Forest (1 Henkinsifkin Road, Woodbine, (609) 861-2404) has close to 170 trailer and tent sites. Each site has picnic tables and fire rings. Flush toilets and showers are available all throughout the park, as well as laundry facilities. There are also lean-tos and yurts available.

For groups, there are two group picnic locations inside the park. These group picnic sites can accommodate up to 100 people and have playgrounds and fields.

If you are going there with a group of more than 20 people, you should reserve a site five days in advance.

You can also go swimming on certain portions of Lake Nummy, while certain areas inside Bellepain are open for hunting.

Museum of American Glass

The Museum of American Glass (1501 Glasstown Road Millville, (800) 998-4552) has one of the most comprehensive American glass exhibits with more than 12,000 pieces under its roof. You can find glass art dating back to 1739 here, along with some of the best contemporary glass art masterpieces.

The museum is nearly four decades old. Visit now and see the collections in the Bottle Room, the Rural Victorian Kitchen, the Victorian dining room, glass pieces spanning six decades from the 1920s to the 1980s and the Paperweight Room, among others.

Milville Army Air Field Museum

The Milville Army Air Field Museum (1 Leddon Street, Millville Airport, (856)327-2347, aims to preserve the aviation history of the U.S. military, and tell people about Milville's role in aviation history. They have tours and programs that help visitors appreciate this.

The museum was opened in 1983 and currently houses several exhibits including Women with Wings, Navajo Code Talkers, the A-4F Skyhawk, among others.

Wait for more suggestions in Part 2. With a charter bus in New Jersey, visiting these spots will be a lot more enjoyable. And you'd be able to cover more of them, too.