This is that long awaited month and great time of the year as the weather warms up and people flock to enjoy the many exciting outdoor NJ activities.
May is also the month for the unofficial beginning of summer when visitors will head out by the thousands to the Jersey shore to hit the beaches and the boardwalk amusement parks.
Haven’t been to iPlay America lately? It’s time to come back to experience new rides, new games, and more fun! Plus, all the fun you have always loved with our two level laser tag, rides, 4-D Theater, arcade, Topgolf Swing Suite, and more!
In response to this unprecedented crisis that is affecting our health concerns, all aspects of lives, and in particular with all New Jersey Leisure events and activities, we have removed events that we know have been cancelled. Our viewers are advised to check in with each of the venues, activities, and events that are listed in our webpages to ensure that they have not closed or postponed.This is especially the case with 3rd party ticket brokers who have not yet updated their computerized scheduling of ticket sales.
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Bring the kids along and catch the fun at Point Pleasant Beach, Seaside Heights, Ocean City, and Wildwood.
With the onset of warmer weather and the unofficial beginning of summer on Memorial Day, this is an excellent time to get out to enjoy the shore before the throngs of vacations descend.
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New Jersey is home to some great hiking trips that include hikes over forested trails, waterfalls, ridges, and the Appalachian Trail, with awesome views of the Delaware Water Gap, waterfalls, valleys and the NYC skyline.
Discover the popular New Jersey Hiking Trails
Some of the popular Kayaking and Canoe trips include:
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area - Located in the northwest corner of New Jersey, the park runs along 40 miles of the Delaware River, including where it cuts through a ridge in the Appalachian Mountains to form the famed “gap.” The park is a magnet for kayak enthusiasts.
Washington Crossing - Delaware River and D&R Canal - Paddle where George Washington crossed the river here with his troops, preparing a surprise attack on the Hessian soldiers in Trenton. Paddle up the canal and cross over to the river for a leisurely paddle back with the currents.
Wharton State Forest, Pine Barrens - Paddle past remnants of colonial settlers, towering pitch pines and beaver dams.
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Discover other the popular Kid Friendly Farms featuring locally grown New Jersey farm fruits, vegetables, and grass fed, free range animals that welcome kids and their families.
With 127 miles of coastline, New Jersey Lighthouses have played a significant role in maritime history in aiding the safe navigation of ships since the 1700's.
The two most popular New Jersey lighthouses are:
The Cape May Lighthouse is one of the oldest operating lighthouses in the United States and is located on the southernmost tip of New Jersey. Climb up the winding 199 stairs to the top of the 157 foot-tall structure and from the watch gallery take in a fantastic view the Atlantic ocean, the town of Cape May, Delaware Bay, and Cape May Point State Park.
The Barnegat Lighthouse on the New Jersey shore is the second tallest lighthouse in the United States. The tower light was 165 feet above sea level and It functioned as first-class navigational light until August 1927, when the "Barnegat Lightship " was anchored 8 miles off the coast.
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The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail is not really a trail, it is a route designed to be leisurely seen by auto for the benefit of the public to provide education, understanding, and enjoyment of natural, maritime, and cultural sites of the coastal area of New Jersey. The trail hugs the coastline of New Jersey and runs nearly 300 miles, being divided into regions from Sandy Hook Region along New York Harbor, south to Barnegat Bay Region, the Absecon Cape May Region, and the Delsea Region along Delaware Bay. You will be able to meander along the area east of the Garden State Parkway from the Raritan Bay south to the area north and west of Cape May and south of Route 49 to the vicinity of Deepwater.
Mother's Day is a time of recognizing how special Mom is and for making it avery special day for her. Mother's Day will be celebrated on Sunday May 13, 2018.
Learn about ideas and activities for making it a special occasion for Celebrating Mother's Day.
Memorial Day is also the unofficial beginning of summer in New Jersey with the Jersey Shore beach communities coming alive with activities.
Discover the popular events and activities that are being celebrated on Memorial Day this year
Morristown is a community rich with Revolutionary War history, cultural heritage, parks, recreation, and a large variety of restaurants.
This is a popular destination for a day trip or weekend getaway.
Lambertville Is an historic town with plenty to do and see including antique shops, art galleries, specialty stores, bed and breakfasts, a brewery, and plenty of good restaurants
The curious visitor will find antique shops, art galleries, specialty stores, bed and breakfasts, a brewery and plenty of good restaurants.
The more active visitor will try the canal tow path where bicyclists can enjoy a ride for people of all skill levels.