The 5 Most Breathtaking Things in New Jersey

Can New Jersey be amazing?

You bet!

The definition of breathtaking, taken from the Oxford dictionary: “of astonishing or impressive quality, breathtaking”.

There are many parts of the Garden State that can truly take your breath away. Exciting and fantastic is here at home.

Here are 5 things about New Jersey that can be mind-blowing:

1. The beaches.

Photo by Nap Fortich on Unsplash

Photo by Nap Fortich on Unsplash

All along the Jersey Shore you will find beautiful sandy beaches. Sandy Hook, Long Beach Island, Ocean City, Wildwood and Cape May are just a few of the wonderful beaches where people flock all summer long. (And, lately, the other seasons too!)

2. The Mountains.

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Photo by Gary Yost on Unsplash

Depending on where you live, you may not come across mountains often, if at all. The northern part of the state, however, is home to mountains, trails, ski resorts, stunning views and more.

3. Wildlife.

General Views of New Jersey

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It’s hard to go up and down the Garden State Parkway, Atlantic City Expressway, or other roads without seeing deer, especially early in the morning and later in the afternoon. There are bears – now in every county. There are also dolphins and whales – often visible from the shore.

4. Cities.

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Photo by Emmanuel Ogbonnaya on Unsplash

New Jersey is home to vibrant and diverse cities across the state. No two are the same. From Newark to Camden to Atlantic City, you’ll find unique people, cultures and attractions.

5. History.

Coastal communities along the eastern seaboard evacuated ahead of Hurricane Irene

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New Jersey is full of history – American history! From top to bottom, New Jersey is filled with historic sites. From monuments to lighthouses to battleships. The state is a big piece of living history!

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