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New Jersey much more than you think it is. Known as the Garden State, New Jersey is home to over 30 state parks and almost as many public gardens and arboretums. But even more surprising is the number of farms that stand within New Jersey, just over 9,000 farms to be exact! Growing anything from fruits and vegetables to soy and hay, New Jersey’s farmland is thriving. And, of course, there’s the entertainment Capital of the shore, Atlantic City, with a variety of casinos and shows to see. But that’s not all, New Jersey has plenty of fun and interesting things to do for singles, couples, friends and family to enjoy. New Jersey experiences all four seasons, each providing a myriad of things to do with breathtaking views. From their famous beaches to historic areas to their wineries, New Jersey is filled with fun for all ages and interests. Nature lovers can visit the Brendan T. Byrne and Wharton state forests or locate the various waterfalls nestled in the parks of New Jersey. New Jersey’s rich history will give history buffs plenty to see during their visit. Stop in the 18th century village of Walnford, which boasts a 1773 mansion fully furnished from that era. Or you can visit the home of famous poet Walt Whitman in Camden or the equally famous Battleship New Jersey. Families will enjoy the more than 20 amusement and water parks in New Jersey. Take the kids to Six Flags, the Steel Pier in Atlantic City or Gillian’s Wonderland Pier in Ocean City for rides and games for all ages. The animal lovers can learn about a variety of species through New Jersey’s many animal sanctuaries and zoos and the kids will love places like Diggerland, Adventure Aquarium, New Jersey Children’s Museum, and the whole family will enjoy a dolphin or whale watch tour. And let’s not skip over the beautiful beaches and boardwalks along New Jersey’s coast. Visitors can stop at the popular Seaside Heights and enjoy the festivals, music and rides, or go to Cape May, a beautiful town with something for everyone. As well as enjoying the variety of water fun to be had in New Jersey, with activities like parasailing, jet ski rental and tubing. In addition, visitors to New Jersey will have plenty of shopping, gardens and arboretums, shows as well as a current entertainment favorite - escape rooms to visit during their stay.

RV Rental New Jersey


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$215 / Night

2019Winnebago

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sleeps 5 Toilet Shower

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$239.4 / Night

SLIDEOUT AF34 FAMILY SLEEPER RV - NEW JERSEY

Linden, New Jersey

Sleeps 6 Toilet Shower

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$121.4 / Night

Cabover Style C22 RV - NEW JERSEY

Linden, New Jersey

Sleeps 5 Toilet Shower

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$207.4 / Night

Cabover Style C 31-32ft - Linden, New Jersey V1

Linden, New Jersey

Sleeps 6 Toilet Shower

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$132.4 / Night

Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Linden, New Jersey

Linden, New Jersey

Sleeps 5 Toilet Shower

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$143.4 / Night

Cabover Style C 27-29ft - Linden, New Jersey V1

Linden, New Jersey

Sleeps 6 Toilet Shower

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$121.4 / Night

Cabover Style C22 RV - NEW YORK

Linden, New Jersey

Sleeps 5 Toilet Shower

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$200 / Night

2012 Mirada 31DF SE

SOUTH TOMS RIVER, NJ

Sleeps 6 Toilet Shower

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Places to Visit near New Jersey


Ellis Island

Ellis Island, now a 27.5-acre site located just minutes off the southern tip of Manhattan Island, New York, is likely to connect with more of the American population than any other spot in the country. It has been estimated that nearly half of all Americans today can trace their family history to at least one person who passed through the Port of New York at Ellis Island. Now, nearly a century since the peak years of immigration, Ellis Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the National Park ServiceThe Foundation then turned its attention to the restoration of Ellis Island--the largest historical restoration in the history of the United States. Ellis Island, our most potent symbol of the American immigrant experience, had become sadly deteriorated. Again the American people responded with passion and generosity.  When the Island opened in September of 1990--two years ahead of schedule--it unveiled the world-class Ellis Island Immigration Museum, where some rooms appeared as they had during the height of immigrant processing. Other areas housed theaters, libraries, an oral history recording studio, and exhibits on the immigration experience. In the 1990s, the Foundation restored two more buildings (for a total of 5 buildings saved and restored on Ellis Island), expanding and upgrading the Museum Library and Oral History Studio, and creating a Children’s Orientation Center and the Ellis Island Living Theatre. The Ellis Island Immigration Museum has welcomed nearly 40 million visitors since its opening in 1990.  Working to promote knowledge of the Island, the Statue, and immigration history, the Foundation has also published and made available to libraries and schools many books and curriculum guides, as well as a CD-ROM produced in collaboration with the History Channel.  The Foundation’s current project is a significant expansion of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum to be called The Peopling of America® Center. The Center will enlarge the story currently told of the Ellis Island Era (1892-1954) to include the entire panorama of the American immigration experience from this country’s earliest days right up to the present. It is expected to be completed in 2012. 

Grounds For Sculpture

In 1984, J. Seward Johnson, sculptor and philanthropist, envisioned a public sculpture garden and museum in Hamilton, NJ. His desire was to make contemporary sculpture as an art form more accessible and to offer people from all backgrounds the opportunity to become comfortable with contemporary art. Grounds For Sculpture was conceived as a place where audiences could experience sculpture in a familiar, accessible, and informal setting.Construction on the sculpture park began in 1989 on the site of the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds; Grounds For Sculpture opened to the general public in 1992. Since its inception, the park has built a collection of over 240 works, including sculptures by renowned artists Clement Meadmore, Anthony Caro, Beverly Pepper, Kiki Smith, and New Jersey sculptor George Segal. Some of the works in the collection were commissioned specifically for the sculpture park, such as Magdalena Abakanowicz’s Space of Stone and New Jersey artist Isaac Witkin’s Garden State. Work on the park and sculpture acquisitions were financed by public tax-exempt bonds and private foundations associated with founder J. Seward Johnson.Since 2000, Grounds For Sculpture is a public not-for-profit corporation with a Board of Trustees overseeing the successful operation of New Jersey’s foremost sculpture park and museum. As a not-for-profit and public institution, Grounds For Sculpture relies on the support of visitors, art patrons, donations and grants to offer its rich programs and activities each year.

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City offers an unparalleled travel experience on the East Coast. The 2,000 room stylish casino-hotel, located at Renaissance Pointe, presents a destination designed to rival those once found only in cities such as New York City and Las Vegas. After igniting Atlantic City’s revival with its 2003 opening as the first new hotel property in 13 years, Borgata has experienced overwhelming popularity and near-capacity occupancy since its debut.

Cape May Lighthouse

 It was built in 1859 under the supervision of U.S. Army engineer William F. Reynolds, was automated in 1946, and continues operation to this day. It is the third fully documented lighthouse to be built at Cape May Point. The first was built in 1823 the second in 1847. The exact locations of the first two lighthouses are now underwater due to erosion. There are 199 steps to the top of the Lighthouse. The view from the top extends to Cape May City and Wildwood to the north, Cape May Point to the south, and, on a clear day, Cape Henlopen, Delaware, to the west.

Campgrounds and RV Parks near New Jersey


Allaire State Park

A mix of history & beauty

Allaire State Park is probably best known for its historic 19th-century iron making town, Allaire Village, and its antique steam trains on the Pine Creek Railroad. The Manasquan River, which winds through the park, attracts canoeists and fishermen. The river’s floodplain provides habitat for over 200 species of wildflowers, trees and plants as well as habitat for birds and other wildlife. Hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders enjoy the many trails in the park. A network of trails winds through the park providing opportunities for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders. Several moderate hiking trails are in the main day use area of the park, accessible from the main parking area. The “South Side” area of the park is approximately 800 acres of varying terrain and has miles of unmarked trails as well as four primary marked multi-use trails. The South Side trails are accessible from a trail head at a large gravel parking lot located on Hospital Road.

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Worthington State Forest

millions of years in the making

Some of the most rugged terrain and splendid views of northern New Jersey are found in Worthington State Forest. A rocky and sometimes steep trail follows Dunnfield Creek from the Delaware River to Mount Tammany or hikers may choose to follow the trail to Sunfish Pond, one of the most popular sites in the area. Millions of years in the making, the pond was carved out by glacial forces during the last ice age and is one of fourteen rock-basin lakes between the Delaware Water Gap and the end of Kittatinny Ridge. A trail circles the pond, with many boulders and openings for resting and observation.

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