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New Jersey New Jersey is knows as the "Garden State" and certainly lives up to its name. Its strong industrial background and close proximity to New York and Pennsylvania have made New Jersey the most densely populated state in the US. Not bad for the fifth smallest state. Straddling the Hudson and Delaware rivers, and between New York and Philadelphia, New Jersey produces a number of different products that are sold worldwide. New Jersey is the leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical and chemical products as well as a big maker of electronics and More...
Morristown is in New Jersey.Get around
Most places in the heart of the city (the square) are easily accessible by walking. If you arrive by train you'll probably have to call for a taxi for going anywhere beyond the immediate area. Walking will serve you well otherwise. Activities
Slightly outside the city, off of highway 202 you'll find the famous headquarters of George Washington: Jockey Hollow. Now a historic park, one can go to see the camps and homes built hundreds of years ago, or just go for a nice relaxing getaway walk on one More...
Mays Landing, also referred to as the Township of Hamilton, is in Atlantic County, New Jersey.
It is a lovely town and the perfect place to live or to spend the day. It has charm in its historic section with fine restaurants, local shops, marinas and a great view of the river from Gaskill park. The historic village of Mays Landing also has the distinction of being the County Seat of Atlantic County since 1837. Activities
Boating, camping, and exploring the vast areas of the surrounding Atlantic County Park System are some of the More...
Keansburg is in Monmouth county in New Jersey, one of the United States of America. It has been a popular tourist spot from around the beginning of the 20th century, through to the 60's, when a terrible hurricane wiped out much of the park. Weary NYC residents would ferry over and spend the weekend, or summer vacation. The park, and town enjoyed its popularity for many years and is now part of American culture.Attractions
The 100+ year old amusement park is still there, and offers an inexpensive alternative to places like Seaside or Wildwood. Many More...
Jersey City is New Jersey's second-largest city. It is located in Northeast New Jersey between the Hudson and Passaic rivers.Get in
From the West take the New Jersey Turnpike to exit 14B or 14C, or take the Pulaski Skyway (Route 1/9) and get off between Tonnelle Ave (for Journal Square and the Heights) or just before the Holland Tunnel for Hamilton Park and downtown. From Manhattan take the first left after exiting the Holland Tunnel, or the Kennedy Blvd exit when coming out of the Lincoln Tunnel.
The Borough of Highland Park is a charming residential community in Middlesex County, New Jersey. It lies between the county seat of New Brunswick and Edison Township and has an area of less than two square miles and a population of approximately 14,000 people. It was first settled by Europeans in the seventeenth century but began to develop in the late 19th century. Highland Park High School, home of the Owls, is known for its fine academic program.Attractions
• Donaldson Park along the Raritan River makes for a great family outing with More...