: Step Away From the Jersey Shore...Into the NJ Pine Barrens

Step Away From the Jersey Shore...Into the NJ Pine Barrens




It’s the 25th Annual Cranberry Festival in the heart of the NJ Pine Barrens, Chatsworth. Chatsworth is located just off Route 72, west of Barnegat!

This is a celebration of all things CRANBERRY. New Jersey ranks third in the nation in cranberry production.

There will be antiques, classic autos, crafts and food of the Pinelands. Music will be provided by the country rock band Jersey Bound. The 2 day event begins Saturday, October 18th at 9am and runs through 4pm. Same hours on Sunday!

If you arrive early breakfast will be available each day at the Chatsworth Volunteer Fire House from 6am till 11am.

Proceeds from the Festival benefit restoration of the White Horse Inn atWhite Horse Innthe center of Chatsworth. The ‘White Horse Café’ is set up in front of the Inn during the Festival to sell assorted cranberry jams, jellies, breads, baked goods and of course, cranberry ice cream.

So stop by enjoy the sights and bites of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Don’t forget to visit the information booth for the Chatsworth History Brochure and stop by Buzby’s General Store and say hi to the store’s celebrity resident, Pumpkin the Cat!

See you there!


Keller Williams

Atlantic Shore

Laura Giannotta

Homes for sale in Waretown, Barnegat, Manahawkin, Eagleswood, Little Egg Harbor, Tuckerton and northern Atlantic County!







Comment balloon 4 commentsLaura Giannotta • October 17 2008 07:42AM


Good morning Laura,

Another fune event that I will miss. Oh what to do!!! I so enjoyed all the fall events of hometown. Those little villages sure knew how to have a good time. Enjoy the day!

Posted by Harold "Hal" Place (A1 Connection Realty, Inc.) over 10 years ago

Laura, Sounds like an interesting event.  But, having grown up on the Jersey Shore, I remember how hard it was to drag one away. 

Posted by Bob Cumiskey, US Army Retired, Your Sun City Center, Florida ~ Realtor (A1 Connection Realty, Inc.) over 10 years ago

Seems the shore area does a lot of festivals in the fall. Guess they wait for the tourists to leave so the townspeople can enjoy it.

Posted by Nancy Larson (I am a licensed referral agent in NJ) over 10 years ago

Hal Hope to get there later today!

Bob Yesterday would have been perfect for a beach escape.  It was freeeezing!

Nancy October is Pinelands Preservation Month in NJ, that's why we have all these great events!  Just one way to extend the summer tourist season, and the $$ it brings!

Thanks all for stopping by!

Laura Giannotta

Posted by Laura Giannotta, Your Realtor Down the Shore! (Keller Williams Realty - Atlantic Shore ) over 10 years ago