Get ready to slather the sunscreen on as little by little things begin to reopen in the Garden State.

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Now you'll have more outdoor options to chose from as Gov. Murphy had given the green light to once again resume certain outdoor activities as reported by NJ.com 

You'll now be able to go horse back riding, use batting cages, golf ranges, and shooting and archery rages. Private tennis clubs and community gardens can once again open their doors.

This all takes effect to start the big Memorial Day weekend on Friday morning at 6 AM. Even more openings are expected to be announce shortly by the Governor as long as there are no setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beaches and boardwalks will also be opening for Memorial Day weekend with mandatory restrictions as we unofficially start the summer of 2020.

Source: NJ.com 

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