Summertime in New Jersey means it’s time to get in the water and enjoy the great outdoors.
With its beaches and boardwalks, New Jersey is a summertime paradise, but you’ll quickly discover that there’s more to experience besides its coastline.
The Garden State is known for more than that just our sandy beaches and fresh produce. New Jersey delivers a great diversity of outdoor experiences.
Beach Basics at The Jersey Cape - from Ocean City to Cape May Point and along
New Jersey's crown jewel remains its 130 miles of coastline, spanning from Sandy Hook to Cape May.
Discovered by the Lenape Indians, Lake Hopatcong remains today a natural wonder worthy of exploration.
Stretching for five miles along the shores of North Wildwood, Wildwood and Wildwood Crest, the Wildwoods' wide, white-sand beaches are a perfect way to spend a sunny day at the Jersey Shore.
For more than four decades, the New Jersey Offshore Powerboat Racing Association, the oldest club of its kind in the United States, has held an annual series of offshore competitions from May throu