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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 almost any interest.

Atlantic City Surf and Sea Adventures

For fisherman the state offers an amazing variety of fishing choices due to its strategic location.

Garden State Wine Trails

Tucked away in bucolic settings, New Jersey is home to more than 40 wineries located throughout the Garden State.

Ecotourism Agritourism in NJ’s Highlands Region

The Highlands Region covers much of Northern New Jersey and includes portions of Sussex, Passaic, Bergen, Warren,

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 Philadel

Off Campus: New Jersey’s College Towns

New Jersey is home to more than 60 colleges and universities stretching across the state.

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.

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.

Center of the Bird Watching Universe

One of the great things about living on a planet whose outer shell brims with life is diversity. Everywhere you turn, there are things to ignite our senses.

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