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.
As the heat of summer fades into the coolness of fall, the Garden State’s orchards become fragrant with the tantalizing aroma of ripe apples—and where there are apples, there’s apple cider!
Historic barns, orchards of fruit-laden trees, picturesque pastoral landscapes—the charm of the countryside sets the scene for a day or even a weekend retreat that will transport you to simpler tim
Once you start feeling that crisp coolness in the air and the leaves begin to change to glorious shades of gold and red, you know autumn has arrived.
Ready for some farm-fresh family fun? New Jersey makes it easy to be an “agri-tourist” with a cornucopia of events, activities and pick-your-own opportunities throughout the harvest season.
It's no wonder New Jersey is known as the garden state! The blueberry is the state's official fruit and plenty of farms throughout the state offer the opportunity to pick-your-own.
Across the state of New Jersey, visitors can experience gourmet delicacies from local artisan farms including grass-fed heirloom beef, bison, handmade breads, and artisan cheeses.
Escape from the city and return to the simple life at one of New Jersey's unique Farm Stays. From operating farms to vineyards, New Jersey's agrotourism offerings allow visitors to experience...
Some New Jersey farms and wineries offer visitors far more than berry picking and wine tasting.
What do apples, pumpkins, blueberries and strawberries have in common?