With summer coming to an end and the cooler weather of fall rolling into the Jersey Shore, the bustling vibe of beach days fade into quiet seaside charm.
Love the outdoors? A fan of fall foliage? Autumn in New Jersey combines picture-perfect landscapes and pleasant weather—making it the ideal time to pursue your favorite outdoor sport or activity.
Rolling hills, dense pine forests, gentle green mountains, sparkling streams, white-sand beaches—where can you find such a diverse natural landscape within an hour’s drive in any direction?
For the outdoor enthusiast, consider a three-day road trip throughout New Jersey’s wild places.
When you’re on a quest for real adventure, The Great Outdoors provides the purest playground. Luckily, intrepid travelers like you can track down plenty of places to stretch out and breathe deep.
This stunning New Jersey college town is best experienced by bicycle. Explore historic Princeton University campus, shop in Palmer Square and enjoy this quirky college town.
You recycle. You use energy-efficient bulbs. You take your morning coffee in a reusable mug. It might have taken awhile to get used to this lifestyle, but we've all become a bit more green.
With a name like Cranberry Lake you might envision a bog in the flatlands of the Pine Barrens. This 180-acre lake, however, is located about five miles north of Rt. 80 on Rt.
The brilliant transformation of New Jersey's lush green summer landscape to the vibrant hues of copper, orange and deep crimson happens each fall as the state begins its transition into winter.