New Jersey Trip Ideas

It's Never too early to begin planning your next New Jersey getaway vacation! Let our Articles, Trip Ideas and Itineraries inspire your plans.

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  • New Jersey’s Rich Tourism History, Since 1680

    For more than three centuries, tourism in New Jersey has been ever expanding and drawing visitors to the near endless array of attractions and destinations that will please...
  • Mansions of Interest

    Landed gentry and merchant princes alike have built dozens of spectacular mansions in New Jersey over the past 250 years. Many of these storied structures remain strictly...
  • The Military Capital of the American Revolution

    Visitors traveling to the area can explore where Gen. George Washington set his headquarters and settled his troops during the winters of 1777 and 1779-80. On Jan. 4, 1777,...
  • Hike, Fish and Paddle in the Skylands

    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...
  • NJ's Clean Marinas

    Residents and visitors are drawn to the exceptional diversity and value of New Jersey's marine and aquatic resources, including the Atlantic coastline, Delaware River and Bay...
  • Garden State Wine Trails

    Tucked away in bucolic settings, New Jersey is home to more than 40 wineries located throughout the Garden State. These vineyards and wineries offer a chance to savor award-...
  • New Jersey's World Class Fishing - Not a World Away!

    Less than a tank of gas and three hours or less away from the New York metro area and two hours from the Philadelphia metro area, anglers have some of the best saltwater deep...
  • Cape May Capturing Romance

    Cape May's beaches have been one of the city's main visitor attractions for over 200 years. No matter the season, Cape May is a destination that always captures the romance....
  • Garden State Aviation Museums

      From memorabilia dating back to the Wright Brothers era to modern jet fighter aircraft, the rich and noble history of the state's aviation past offer visitors a close up...
  • Host Your Event at a New Jersey Winery

    Looking for a unique location for your next event? Planning a wedding, corporate event or group outing and need help finding a facility? New Jersey wineries can help. Many of...
  • Ecotourism Agritourism in NJ’s Highlands Region

    The Highlands Region covers much of Northern New Jersey and includes portions of Sussex, Passaic, Bergen, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon and Somerset counties. The area stretches...
  • 'Witchcraft' The Last of a Legend Lives On

    The world's only fully restored and flying Consolidated B-24J Liberator is flying over America on its new mission: living history. The B-24 fought for our freedom in the...
  • Airfest, a Magical Cape May Event

     But this 67-year-old is not any ordinary sorcerer. Witchcraft is a B-24 bomber that arrived at the Cape May County Airportto appear at the 15th annual Airfest that's...
  • Green Travel in the Garden State

    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...
  • Signs of Spring: Morris County’s Lush Gardens Parks

    The Morris County Park System has always been a jewel in the crown of Morris County government. Lush green spaces, rolling hills, trees and plants, and flowers in bloom from...
  • Off Campus: New Jersey’s College Towns

    New Jersey is home to more than 60 colleges and universities stretching across the state. Whether you're a first-time guest or a frequent visitor, there are many reasons to...
  • Lake Hopatcong

    Discovered by the Lenape Indians, Lake Hopatcong remains today a natural wonder worthy of exploration. It is New Jersey's largest freshwater lake offering residents and...
  • Fabulous Beaches

    New Jersey's crown jewel remains its 130 miles of coastline, spanning from Sandy Hook to Cape May. Our unmatched beaches boast beautiful barrier islands and bays dotted with...
  • Atlantic City Surf and Sea Adventures

    For fisherman the state offers an amazing variety of fishing choices due to its strategic location. New Jersey is on the edge of tropical waters to its south as well as on...
  • Paterson’s Great Falls: A National Historical Park

    The Great Falls of the Passaic River is the second largest waterfall, by volume, east of the Mississippi River and next to Niagara Falls. It is centered in an industrial...