Want a close-to-New-York adventure? Check out these hikes close to the Empire State border.
We love New Jersey so much, but sometimes we travel to new places to discover. These are some helpful travel guides for what to bring, how to photograph different regions, and where to visit.
Ready to find Fall? NJspots has your full guide and map to discover the Fall Colors on the East Coast this season! Start your adventure!
While our community loves to encourage you to enjoy the outdoors and various places to visit around our state, we encourage you to stay home and help stop the spread. Stay home with these new ideas.
Your excitement is building up. You’re waiting for the email from your airlines telling you to check into your flight.
With expense price tags and new features to learn, it's hard changing cameras. Here's why I switched to a mirrorless camera.
Basking Ridge is your gateway to many outdoor spots in New Jersey. Its proximity to highways 78, 287, and 206 help you explore quickly and efficiently all over Somerset, Morris, and Union counties!
The Jersey Shore has always been recognized as the premier summer destination in New Jersey. But after the summer season comes to a close, the leaves have changed, and the holiday season is long gone, there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy the splendor of the shore. (more…)
Hop on the Garden State Parkway and head south — way south — all the way to exit zero, and you will find a quaint, yet adventure-filled beach town studded with Victorian architecture. Residential homes and Bed and Breakfasts with elaborate woodwork painted in pastel hues welcome visitors to New Jersey’ś southernmost point, where you can find something to do around every corner!
When 2017 came to a close, we reflected on some of the amazing places that the New Jersey Community traveled to (Tag #NJspotsTravels) and where we suggest checking out in 2018. These are our Top Travel Destinations for 2018. Living in New Jersey we are lucky to be near some major airports including Newark, Philly, Atlantic City, and Washington DC. If you are not into flying or prefer to road trip, there are plenty of options for that too! With that many options it’s time to start planning your next trip. Here are some of our favorites we’ve shared. (more…)
Ah, the city of Brotherly Love. While some snowballs thrown at Santa may have negatively stereotyped the city to some, I am here to tell you Philadelphia is an amazingly beautiful place! Philadelphia is one of the oldest cities in the country with centuries of history. Some even call her “Philadelphia First” because of how many things were conceived here- the First Bank, the First Library, the First Capitol, the First Hospital, the First Abolition Law- I can keep going, but you get the point. Old City and Independence Mall are home to where the Founding Fathers created our nation. The Philadelphia Art Museum features some of the best art in the entire world and is the location of the famous “Rocky steps” and Rocky statue. Cheesesteaks are a Philadelphia must; but great coffee shops, Italian, Mexican, and more make a Philadelphia a destination spot for the foodies out there. (more…)