The best time to get outside in New Jersey is arguably the fall, when the air is crisp and the leaves are changing!
A step-by-step guide on how to visit that, yes that, bridge in Central Jersey.
These are some of our favorite haunted spots in New Jersey… or are they?
Fall is for apple picking. Young and old, couples and kids alike, everyone loves the quintessential stroll through an orchard, searching for the perfect speckled fruit. There’s nothing better than the smell of cool autumn air graced with sweet apple aromas swirling as you zigzag from tree to tree. Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, McIntosh, and […]
Looking for something to do during 4th of July? We have some of the Top 10 from NJspots for celebrating the Fourth in New Jersey.
Buying produce at a store is good, but picking your own is better! There’s nothing like connecting with the Earth by harvesting its fruits with your own hands. Kneeling with a basket to eye up the ripest and juiciest of the bunch, getting dirty while the sun beats down on you, sneaking a couple of […]
Explore New Jersey this Memorial Day Weekend with some of the top spots to hike in the Garden State. Make sure to be responsible with your social distancing.
Just 30 minutes outside Princeton, NJ lies 1,000 acres of dense forests, wide fields, and lakeside views — the Plainsboro Preserve. The Plainsboro Preserve is owned and operated by NJ Audubon and is free and open to public from dawn to dusk.
Grab your camera and join us on this photographer’s scavenger hunt of Somerset County.
Here’s a small sampling of amazing road-side attractions to photograph in Central Jersey.
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.
Red Bank has the best of all worlds — a great, walkable downtown area, close proximity to water (both a river and the ocean) and is very close to many of New Jersey’s favorite hiking spots.
Grab your camera and join us on this photographer’s scavenger hunt of Middlesex County.
Take a local getaway to these North, Central and South Jersey spots to get your travel — and photography! — fix.
Spring has sprung and so has tree planting season in The Garden State! Whether you’re planting in your own yard or beautifying a local park, follow these tips to ensure sapling success.
After a great year here at NJspots, we are excited to share some of our best numbers and awesome spots from around New Jersey with you!
Grab your camera and join us on this photographer’s scavenger hunt of Hunterdon County.
Finding the train isn’t hard. There are two approaches you can take. This one is a little longer. Parking in Lambertville is always a challenge, so park where you can, as near Lambertville Inn as possible. Walk-behind the restaurant through the parking lot.
Sometimes, the coldest days in New Jersey are the best days to take photos! So grab your camera and head out to these frozen places (and set up these frozen scenes!) to get the best reflections, snowy scenes, and more across the Garden State. Before you go out, prevent cold weather damage with your camera. […]
Grab your camera and join us on this photographer’s scavenger hunt of Union County.
What’s more a celebration of summer than a night out under the lights, sounds, and smells of a good old fashioned carnival, complete with popcorn, cotton candy, and rides that make you dizzy?
Hike your way through this historic spot in Central Jersey, and see what you can find along the way!
Grab your camera and join us on this photographer’s scavenger hunt of Mercer County.
There are eleven lighthouses scattered along the both shores of the Garden State — from Sandy Hook to the state’s southernmost tip in Cape May, to those located on the Delaware River running from Gloucester County to Cumberland County.
Head to Allentown, New Jersey (the heart of Central Jersey!) to explore Historic Walnford and this beautiful blue gristmill.
Grab your camera and join us on this photographer’s scavenger hunt of Ocean County.
Here are the best spots to make the most out of your trip to the gem of Central Jersey.
This spot sits on the highest natural elevation on the Atlantic Seaboard — 266 feet above sea level.
Central Jersey does exist — and it’s full of history. Explore this small town and see for yourself.
Such a small, simple idea popped into my head in 2015, and it all stemmed from a trip.