This spot sits on the highest natural elevation on the Atlantic Seaboard — 266 feet above sea level.
I remember the feeling of awe as I held our “Cardiac Chargers” Heart Walk poster standing next in a crowd of over 2,000 people at 8am on a Saturday morning in early November. The morning air was particularly frigid, a cold front blew in unexpectedly the night before and many of us forgot to wear layers of scarves, gloves, sweaters, jackets.
Iron Plow is a boutique winery using sustainable practices to grow and bottle an assortment of small batch wines on a beautiful estate.
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.
Cheesequake State Park is perhaps one of the most overlooked state parks in New Jersey — even though a lot of you drive through it on the Parkway every day!
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When you are a photographer in New Jersey there are an abundance of places you can travel to to set up your camera for great sunrise and sunset shots. Recently the #NJspots Community was asked some of their favorite and best places to take sunrise and sunset photos in New Jersey. Here is what they had to say.