New Jersey attractions are found throughout every corner of the state. They are especially of interest to people looking for fun, discovery, education, and excitement. Popular attractions a day trip, weekend getaway, or a week long vacation to "get away from it all"
Duke Farms is a tribute to environmental stewardship and showcases its natural, horticultural, and historic resources to inspire visitors to become informed stewards of the land. Duke Farms is spread over a 2,700-acre estate and showcases a variety of wildlife and habitat tours, educational programs and recreational activities for people interested in nature and the environment. The activities are designed for participation by families, children, and cyclists.
Hike The Appalachian Trail
The New Jersey stretch of the Appalachian Trail is 74 miles long and begins at Abram S. Hewitt State Forest in the northern most point and runs west and south through Wawayanda State Park, High Point State Park, Stokes State Forest, ending at Worthington State Forest.
The Old Mine Road - A New Jersey Historic and Scenic Treasure, this is a scenic route recorded in the National Register of Historic Places and is considered to be one of the oldest roads in the United States, running 104 miles from the southern most point at Kittatinny Point Visitor Center in Hardwick Township, NJ to Kingston, NY.
Barnegat Lighthouse - n the New Jersey shore is the second tallest lighthouse in the United States.
Great Falls National Historic Park- The Great Falls of the Passaic River, located in the city of Paterson, New Jersey is a not only spectacular natural attraction in the nations most populous state, it also gained historical significance in the early stages of the American industrial Revolution by supplying water power to the nations first manufacturing center.
Pine Barrens - This large and heavily forested area stretches across the southern coastal plain of New Jersey and is renowned for its unspoilt nature, abundant and diverse wildlife and the frequent forest fires that play a vital role in the ecology of the area.