Now that the groundhog has announced we'd have an early spring, the weather is starting to get nicer and nicer each weekend! If you've been itching to get out of the house and explore some new attractions, we understand. With Memorial Day still 3 months away, a trip to the Jersey Shore is probably still out of the question. However, there are so many more awesome attractions to explore.
Thrill seekers will be excited to know that most amusement parks will be reopening sometime in March for View More
Kick back and relax, because we have made planning the perfect getaway in New Jersey easier than ever! With the summer underway, it's definitely a great time for a trip to the Jersey Shore. Whether you're looking for a family-friendly beach getaway filled with boardwalk fun and family attractions or a quiet and relaxed couple's retreat, we've got you covered. One of the best Jersey Shore destinations for the family is Seaside Heights. With a boardwalk that is nearly 2 miles long, there are lots View More
Our Beautiful State is Home To Thousands of Fun Attractions and Different Types of Things to Do that No other State Can Offer Just As New Jersey Does
Sometimes I think all of us New Jersey natives, take our lovely state for granted. Yes, it's very expensive to live here, yes things like car insurance are more expensive here than in any other state. Yes, we have the most toll roads in the United States. But there's something so magnificent about New Jersey. So let's go over some of the cool and amazing things that make our state so unique.
We have around 140 miles of shoreline with almost 50 public beaches. That gives us a lot of beaches to explore! We also have some amazing tourist beach towns that boast some really fun boardwalks, with all kinds of carnival games, boardwalk food stands, classy bars, (and dive bars!), restaurants, and New Jersey apparel shops.
We have lovely romantic towns where couples can get lost like the outrageously unbelievably beautiful Cape May. We have modest towns which have been voted the best places to live in NJ like Plainsboro NJ. This little town of Plainsboro has an amazing diversity of cultural four-star and five-star restaurants.
We have other gorgeous towns like Red Bank, Princeton, Lambertville, Clinton, Collingswood, Bordentown, Chester, and Cranbury just to name a few. Sorry if we can't list every single town.:) There are just way too many to list here!
We also have that diversity of having huge open farm spaces, dozens and dozens of natural lakes, beautiful mountains to camp in, and of course some of the best skiing on the East Coast!
There are not many states in the country where you can charter a boat to go fishing or find a secluded spot to go crabbing, go hot air ballooning, take a jet boat ride, parasail on the ocean, go rafting on a river, snow tube and get your rifle out to go hunting.
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