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Long weekend (14th -16th april) trip around NJ

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1. Posted by kaaty (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y

hi guys........my first ever holiday trip chance with friends....please advice where to go??

Seems like its a bit early for Summer Spring to kick - in so we are kinda confused where to go??

Its only 3 days so Florida,Vegas is out...Have been to washington so even that is out??

Any suggestions???

Thanks in advance and God bless ya :)

2. Posted by Calcruzer (Moderator 1989 posts) 10y

Probably its too late for this post since its already the 14th, but here goes:

Princeton--pretty college town
Atlantic City--boardwalk and casinos
Wildwood/Cape May--more beach and party scene
Statue of Liberty (it's actually in NJ, not NY)
Delaware River--time to start canoeing
Edison Museum in Orange
Restaurants on the Hudson at Weehauken (also you can take a dinner cruise on the Spirit of New Jersey from there)

Enjoy

3. Posted by Calcruzer (Moderator 1989 posts) 10y

Oh, and for the top restaurant--The Manor in northern NJ.

4. Posted by CivicBlues (Budding Member 25 posts) 10y

don't forget to visit The Bada Bing! or whatever its real incarnation is :)

5. Posted by GregW (Travel Guru 2635 posts) 10y

The real incarnation of the Bada Bing is on Route 17 and is called Satin Dolls.

While this post is old, I had to add a few things after an amazing weekend of hiking in western New Jersey.

We hiked Mount Tammany by the Delware Water Gap through the Appalachian mountains (excuse my spelling). You can hike up to the top of Mount Tammany for some excellent views. The hike, using the Appalachian trail, then branching at the blue dot and coming down on the red dot, is around 4 1/2 miles and climbs 1200 feet in altitude. http://www.nps.gov/dewa/Activities/Hikes/hikeWGAP.html#tammany

We next went to High Point State Park, the highest point in New Jersey at 1803 feet above sea level. There are a number of trails in the park, as well as a beach for swimming and a monument to the height of New Jersey. There are some more excellent views of the Delware river. http://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/highpoint.html

Pictures can be seen here: http://gregwtravels.travellerspoint.com/78/

For anyone who happens to search and come across this, I hope you enjoy your time in the Garden State.

Greg