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New Jersey: The Great Garden State

 If you are a lover of the outdoors, New Jersey is a great place to live!  Golf?  Hike or Bike?  Ski?  Walk? Sail? Swim?
Love to ride horses?  There are lots of opportunities here for you!  I'll tell you my favorites, but I'd like to hear yours.  Feel free to send me a 
Favorite Experience of yours and I'll put it up!

Life Outdoors in New Jersey
 
Hiking and Biking Trails

New Jersey has an extensive network of rail trails: flat and well-maintained for biking, running and walking.  Try the 
D&R Canal trail, 35 miles with pretty scenery, the Columbia Trail, which takes you through a gorge, or Patriot's Path, a more adventurous biking trail.

.  Learn more about these trails  and others from the 
Rails to Trails Conservancy website. 
 
  Washington Valley Park

 Right in the middle of Somerset County is
 Washington Valley Park, which meanders around the
 reservoir.  A challenging mountain bike trail and a
 scenic hiking trail, it is not to be overlooked.


 Other hiking/biking trails can be found in the
 Sourland MountainsRound Valley Park, and 
Six Mile Run.

The Jersey Shore.  There is more than 120 miles of coastline and New Jerseyans
all have their own favorites.

  Gateway National Recreation Area
Spanning both New York and New Jersey, this national park has endless outdoor opportunities.  The Sandy Hook Section starts the top of the Jersey Shore and is a three season favorite for the beach, bay and trails. Birdwatching and boating are also popular at Sandy Hook. 

Shore Towns.  Everyone of the towns dotting the coast has its own culture
and fans.  Try a different town each week during the summer and you
will delight in festivals, food fairs, wine tasting, concerts, and even casinos!


Atlantic City 
 
Long Beach Island
 
 

Ocean City
 
Wildwood Beach
 

   Cape May Lighthouse.
Cape May is at the very bottom of the
Jersey Shore.  It is famous for its bed
and breakfast lifestyle.  There is also
a beach to hunt for "Cape May
Diamonds".