New Jersey Travel
New Jersey may be more famous for its shoreline and proximity to New York than its bucolic scenery and woodsy hiking trails, but visitors know better. Nearly 60 percent of New Jersey is either forest or farmland, and the state is laden with opportunities for vacationing families. This guide points to the best Web sites for planning a Garden State getaway.
New Jersey’s hidden charms include lighthouses, Thomas Edison’s laboratory, hundreds of miles of shoreline and hiking trails along the Hudson River. This section reveals New Jersey’s many varied attractions.
World Travel Guide
offers a quick look at the “Top Things To Do” and “Top Things To See” in New Jersey; both sections link to official Web sites of parks, museums, historic sites and more.
A charming inn, beachside suite or luxury hotel for your New Jersey vacation can be found with help from the Web sites in this section.
lets you search for New Jersey lodgings by location or type (for example, hotel or B&B), and provides ratings, user reviews and photos, and virtual tours of each property.
Preferred Inns of New Jersey
is a bed and breakfast association that helps you find an inn meeting specific criteria, including location, amenities and proximity to attractions.
Jersey Shore Vacation Rentals
maintains listings of available summer beach house rentals at many locations along the Jersey Shore, with photos and realtor contact information.
New Jersey’s navigational options suit cyclists and hikers, drivers and riders of public transport. The sites in this section provide maps and information for all modes.
provides quick and easy directions from place to place in New Jersey via regional rail, walking or driving.
has a section on New Jersey trails, linking to information on trails for cyclists and mountain bikers, and routes for walkers and hikers.
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