These Were Voted Some Of The Most Beautiful Places In Jersey
New Jersey is anything but an industrial wasteland. All Central and South Jersey residents know the real reason why New Jersey is referred to as the Garden State. Those residents are proud of where they come from.
Not too long ago, a list was released that features what are, supposedly, the most beautiful places in each of New Jersey's twenty-one counties. Now, if you know anything about the central and southern half of the Garden State, they can sometimes be left out of anything deemed noteworthy to just about anyone. Luckily for those residents, there were some pretty amazing sights found right there in their neck of the woods that did wind up scoring a spot on that list.
Rightly so, since these places are some of the most remarkable sights the state has to offer.
Here are some of the places highlighted within our region:
1.) Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in Atlantic County
The 47k acres of marshlands that make up the Forsythe Wildlife Refuge play home to several species of fish and birds. The greenery there is a sight you can't miss.
2.) The Cape May Lighthouse in Cape May County
The Cape May Lighthouse landmark is a staple down the shore. You can't pick a better spot for date night or a day trip. Climb to the top and take in one of the most beautiful views the Jersey Shore has to offer.
3.) Wharton State Forest in Camden County
Wharton State Forest includes the best hikes in the Pine Barrens. If you've never spent a day exploring the Barrens, head to Wharton and let the adventure begin!
4.) Greenwich in Cumberland County
Some of the best bird watching in the state can be done in Historic Greenwich. Grab your binoculars and head towards the banks of the Cohansey River.
5.) Two Bridges Wine Trail in Gloucester County
If you're a wino vino, you won't be disappointed.
6.) Mannington Meadows Greenway in Salem County
Take in the waters and the wildlife all along this route. Experiencing it during a sunset is even better.
If you've never experienced any of these sights for yourself, no better time than the present, right? Get to exploring!