Major updates have been listed this week with openings and more future openings of some fun stuff.

Adventure Crossing USA is a huge "sports" complex with so much more in Ocean County. Sports fields, dining, hotels, fun stuff for the family, and so much more. A wave pool for surfing, how crazy!

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It's about fifty-fifty when it comes to this giant sports complex and other things on Monmouth Road. So many of you are concerned about the traffic and of course the property taxes for residents in Jackson. I totally understand. Also, it was brought up, will it be busy in the winter.

Sue Moll, Townsquare Media
Sue Moll, Townsquare Media
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Here's the latest update on Adventure Crossing USA in Jackson, NJ.

Toptracer Range, two floors opens in January of 2023. Other openings in January are Top Golf Swing Suites, XR/VR Arcade, Axe Throwing, and the Bar & Grill, according to adventurecrossingusa.com. We're just a couple of months away from some fun stuff. I'm excited for this.

Popeye's, Taco Bell, and the 7-Eleven are all open with Panda Express and Cinnabon opening soon.

In January 2024 the wall climbing, arcade, and laser tag, and bowling will all open.

In this area of Jackson, especially because of Six Flags Great Adventure, summer is booming. Will all the employees of Adventure Crossing be laid off because of no traffic coming in and out? I guess we'll just have to wait on some of these questions. I also heard from someone on Facebook, and it's so true, will this "huge" complex just be used by out-of-towners? That's such a true statement, I didn't even think about that.

I do believe, though, with all of the extra stuff like Top Golf, Wall Climbing, and eateries it will help with it being busy twelve months out of the year instead of just six or seven months out of the year.

There are still so many questions swirling about this "giant complex"...slowly but surely, we're finding out more and more.

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