New Jersey Information
New Jersey, also known as the Garden State, is full of activities and attractions for everyone, including beaches, amusement parks, museums, water parks, zoos, biking, birding, camping, fishing, gardens, golfing, snowboarding, skiing, and the list goes on...
Ensure that your travels - be they vacation or business - take you to all of the wonderful cities that New Jersey has to offer. Places to be sure to visit are Atlantic City (and its famous boardwalk), Hammonton, Cape May, Wildwood, Ocean City, Pinelands, Trenton, Princeton, Seaside Heights, Long Beach Island, Tuckerton Seaport Village, Frenchtown, Morristown, Newark, Hoboken, and the Meadowlands, just to name a few.
New Jersey offers so many state and national parks that will be sure to take your breath away and make your jaw drop to the floor. If you're interested in hiking and love the fantastic views that nature has to offer, visit New Jersey's High Point State Park in Sussex, where you can stand more than 1,800 feet above sea level -- just to be sure you've got the best view! Or if you're more of the history buff, be sure to visit New Jersey's Fort Mott State Park in Pennsville, where you can explore the fortifications that were erected in 1896 in anticipation of the Spanish-American War.
And to all the shopaholics out there: New Jersey is the place for you! With tons of malls to choose from, you're sure to find exactly what you want in the Garden State. The Mall at Short Hills and the Paramus Park Shopping Center are two of New Jersey's most popular malls that would be a shame to miss.
But wait, isn't this called the Garden State? The answer is yes, and for a good reason. The NJ State Botanical Gardens at Skylands Manor is a great place to start because it has thirteen gardens in itself -- each different, but all breathtaking. After visiting NJ's Botanical Gardens, you should stop by the Morven Museums and Gardens. The museum at Morven Museum and Garden is situated in the house called Morven, the former New Jersey Governor's Mansion and 18th century home of Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.