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Here’s a great excuse to take a vacation day on Tuesday (or at least sneak out early!). Soak up summertime from the middle of the Delaware River on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 at the Hot Dog event of the Summer Season.
The famous “River Hot Dog Man” will serve up their famous tubing treats from “Hot Dog Island” (Resolution Island) in the middle of the Delaware River near Frenchtown, New Jersey.
Meet promptly at 6:30 pm at the Kingwood Township Boat Launch parking lot off Route 29, just south of Frenchtown (across from Frenchtown Roller Rink).  The tube, all safety equipment, unlimited food at the “Delaware River Hot Dog Man”, and transportation to be included in a special discount price of $ 20.
Participants will ride a jet boat out to the Island for dinner. There, you can eat, enjoy the island and the river for about an hour and then head back to the boat launch. Parking is in the State parking area at the launch area.
You can also rent a tube or grab your own float down the river to join the party at the Hot Dog Stand. The only cost is the food that you eat. Hot dogs are being offered at a discount price of $ 2.50. Hamburgers and chicken will also be available.
In case of inclement weather, watch Facebook Tuesday afternoon should the evening be cancelled.
NOTE: MUST WEAR SHORTS AND WATER SHOES, WATER SANDALS, OR OLD SNEAKERS. YOU WILL NEED TO WADE THROUGH WATER THAT MIGHT BE UP TO KNEE HIGH WHEN YOU LEAVE THE BOAT TO GET TO THE ISLAND.
 

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