Romantic Places in NJ
Visiting Romantic in New Jersey
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When it comes to romantic places in New Jersey, the state offers countless of options with its overall natural beauty which can be seen from its mountains, beautiful beaches, rich flora and fauna, lakes and rivers, quaint towns, and breathtaking landscape. In addition, visitors should not miss the Atlantic City which is famous for its casinos and luxurious accommodations.
New Jersey is located on the east coast of Mid-Atlantic region in US and has been attracting tourists with its beautiful beaches, lakes, mountains, and other natural attractions and breathtaking landscape.
These are some of the most romantic places in NJ:
This is the largest freshwater in New Jersey as it extends about 4 square miles (covering four municipalities including Roxbury Township, Mount Arlington, Jefferson Township, and Hopatcong) and reaches the mountains of the northern tip of the state.
Meanwhile, this lake, which is connected to Musconetcong River, is a perfect place for viewing the sunset and sunrise in addition to being a popular venue for outdoor activities for tourists who want to do canoeing, fishing, and other water sports activities.
This is a popular beach destination for tourists and locals residing in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Metro New York. Meanwhile, this place includes Cape May and Sandy Hook which are probably the two most popular towns in Jersey Shore.
One of the most iconic landmarks in the area is the Barnegat Light Tower which is located in a beautiful park.
While the place is more popular as a gambler’s haven, the city also offers several hotels and resorts with seaside view that makes it a romantic place for couples. One of the most notable and romantic accommodations is the Trump Taj Mahal which is a five star hotel resort with 1,250 rooms.
Meanwhile, there are also countless of high-end restaurants within the city. However, visitors should prepare a bigger budget when dining because gourmet cuisine has never been cheap.
This historic riverside town offers a romantic dining, shopping, and countless of recreational and fun activities. And while the place offers great accommodations, the Widow McCrea House probably stands out from the rest with its Victorian-inspired interiors and elegant guest rooms.
While this town offers countless of romantic accommodations, NJ Lighthouse is probably the most romantic beach resorts within the area and has become a popular weekend getaway for couples because it offers not just a great service and high-class accommodation, it also gives visitors an experience they will never forget including boating, vineyard tours, and carriage rides.
Lambertville is located between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, this town has a romantic ambiance with its antique shops, proximity to the Delaware River (which is perfect for picnics and biking), and quaint restaurants.