New Jersey is a state in the northeast of the United States. It is washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the south and southeast, bordered by New York in the northeast, Pennsylvania in the west and Delaware in the southwest. The state got its name after Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands. It is the fourth smallest state of the USA, but the eleventh most densely populated. The capital of the state is Trenton, but the largest city is Newark (which is also one of the largest international airports).
Things To Do In New Jersey
Being rather small, New Jersey is still packed with dozens of fascinating tourist destinations, which will be appealing for any age, status or company size. Among New Jersey’s most valuable treasures are the white-sand beaches and the sparkling ocean waters, which attract hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.
The Wildwoods, an area in the south of New Jersey, is famous for its beaches, restaurants, shopping facilities, amusement parks, water parks, water sports, fishing, concerts and events of different kinds.
Other popular resort destinations in New Jersey are Seaside Heights, Victorian Cape May, Point Pleasant Beach, Ocean Grove and Spring Lake, which offer a wide variety of services and attractions.
New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, located on over 700 acres, offers its visitors a wide range of motorsports activities.
The Liberty State Park in Jersey City is truly an oasis of green in the urbanized north of the state. The park owns the historic Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal and Liberty Walk, from which you can enjoy the view of the Hudson River, the state-of-the-art Liberty Science Center and an outdoor performance area. It is also the only place in New Jersey, from which you can take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty.
For great outdoor recreation, visit Mountain Creek in Vernon. One of the state’s largest water parks, Mountain Creek Action Park, is situated there. The Crystal Spring Golf Resort offers fabulous recreation for golf lovers. Fishing, birding, hiking, swimming, camping, skiing, snowboarding, surfing – this is not the full list of activities, which you can enjoy in New Jersey, and for which you will come back every year.
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