The Best of New Jersey – The Best New Jersey Amusement Parks, Beaches and More

Before you start planning your family vacation to New York or Connecticut, it’s worth considering going to the south of the Tri-state region. New Jersey’s regions of Skylands, South Shore and the Western Delaware River; with their snowcapped mountains, amazing New Jersey amusement parks, and rich historical culture are some of the best places to visit year round.dufan

High In The Sky-Lands Region

The highest point in the Skylands region soars at 1,803 feet. Marked by the towering monument in the High Point State Park, the surrounding areas offer dozens of walking trails to explore during the warmer months and of course plenty of world-class skiing in the winter.

One of the best resorts in the region is the Mountain Creek Resort in Vernon valley. Its proximity to New York (it’s only an hour from the George Washington Bridge) makes it a very popular destination for those in the other tri-state regions. There are over 170 acres for ski sports with 19 terrain park trails, numerous tubing lanes and a gigantic SuperPipe complete with stadium lighting.

Wild About Wildwood

For fun in the sun, head down south to Wildwood. The top Wildwood attractions that should be on any visitor’s list are the Doo-Wop hotels, Wildwood beach, and of course Wildwood’s offering of the finest New Jersey amusement parks.

To ensure that you have all your energy to go wild on the amusement rides, check into a nice hotel. Before you start looking for the latest 5 star cookie cutter complex, immerse yourself in the culture of Wildwood and check into an authentically preserved Doo-Wop hotel.

The plastic palm trees of the Doo-Wop hotels are Wildwood attractions in their own right. However, for a bit more authenticity, head down to Wildwood beach — recently voted the best beach in New Jersey. Wildwood has some of the widest beaches on the coast. The beach at Wildwood is patrolled during the summer and is very kid-friendly. The best thing about the beach has to be that it’s free — no beach tags required.

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