Directions to
Point Pleasant Fire Company
6500 Point Pleasant Pike
Point Pleasant, PA 18950

The event will be held at the Pt. Pleasant Fire Co. on the Pt. Pleasant Pike, in (you guessed it) Pt. Pleasant PA!!

From Philadelphia and points south:

Take Rt. 611 north. Ten miles above the turnpike, just after a “7-11” on your left, follow the limited access Doylestown by-pass (sign says “611‘Easton”). As the by-pass re-unites with 611, take a right at the first light, Silo Hill Rd. (Gulf station on corner.) Proceed about 1/4 mile to the Stop sign, then turn left onto Pt. Pleasant Pike. Then drive about 4 miles till you see the big new Pt. Pleasant Fire House on your right. It’s on the far right corner of Wismer Rd.

From New York:
Take Rt. 78 West to Exit 15. Turn left onto rt. 513 at the bottom of the ramp. Follow 513, remembering to read signs and bear right in Pittstown, for 10 miles, into Frenchtown NJ, then cross the bridge over the Delaware River into PA. Turn left onto the River Rd., Rt. 32. Follow it for about 8 miles till you get into Pt. Pleasant, where you’ll pass the Pt. Pleasant Sport Shop and Poor Richard’s. The road will turn right and go over a tiny bridge. Just over the bridge, rt. 32 will turn left, and there will immediately be a stop sign; turn right and follow Ferry Rd. uphill until you reach a stop sign at Wismer/Carversville Road. Then turn right, and the firehouse will be on your right, at the next stop sign.
From Points West:
Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike East to Exit 27 (Rt. 611), then follow the directions in “from pts south” above.
From Points North:
Take the Northeast Extension of the PA Turnpike south to Exit 32 (Quakertown). Turn left onto Rt. 663 at the bottom of the ramp. Rt. 663 will turn into Rt. 313 when you cross Rt. 309. Stay on Rt. 313 towards Doylestown for several miles (maybe fifteen). Turn left at Ferry Road, a couple miles past Dublin PA. Ferry Rd. will wind around a bit (watch for the two serious hairpins) and become Pt . Pleasant Pike, after which you can follow the directions in “from pts south” above.
NOTE: The maps below are only rough approximations, and are not drawn to scale.