Get out into nature at these five spots from the very top to the very bottom of New Jersey.
There are a few places in New Jersey where you can still hear wolves — though no longer wild, howl. One of our favorites is Lakota Wolf Preserve.
Hike two of the best spots in Palisades Park with this guide.
The overall length of the trail is about 4 miles out and back. The gain of elevation is around 1000 feet, so you're gaining a lot of elevation in a short period of time. This hike is great for beginners in the New Jersey area and also good for families and/or pets.
Palisades Interstate Park — which stretches from Fort Lee to Alpine — has it all. You can hike all day up by the New Jersey-New York state line, or enjoy a casual stroll through a picnic area down by the Hudson River in the afternoon. Pack up your car or your backpack and head up to this versatile park to see what North Jersey has to offer all year round.
Hike to Hemlock Falls in South Mountain Reservation with this guide.
Explore this North Jersey park for picnic, overlook, and hiking spots.
Looking to celebrate all of the wonderful feelings that come with enjoying fall in New Jersey? Look no further than historic Chester! Teeming with charm and style, Chester’s main thoroughfare offers an abundance of specialty shops and unique dining experiences.
These are some of our favorite haunted spots in New Jersey... or are they?
Watchung Reservation is a unique spot in Union County that spans a few towns, boasts a lake and deserted village, and is even the home of fossils. What else do you need to know?