The 2nd highest waterfalls on the East Coast is just nearby in New Jersey.
There's more than meets the eye in Sandy Hook on the Jersey Shore. In addition to surf, sand and swim, the beach is also home to a military fort dating back to 1902 that provided protection for New York City until World War II.
An easily accessible glimpse into New York and New Jersey's industrial past is through the abandoned but accessible Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal in Liberty State Park.
Take a day trip to Cape May, New Jersey--not the Jersey Shore of MTV lore.
No joke: Napoleon Bonaparte's "member" is stored in the basement of a New Jersey home.
Be surprised--get a rich historical tour in Newark.
A photographic journey across the George Washington Bridge.
Tonight, I got sidetracked photographing a thirty minute lightning storm. To see thunderbolts crack above the George Washington Bridge, Central Park and New Jersey within seconds of each other is pretty amazing.
For many, fall conjures up childhood memories of pumpkin picking, mugs of apple cider, hayrides and corn mazes. Just an hour away on the NJ Transit is Suydam Farms and the Van Liew-Suydam House in Somerset, NJ with all of the above, and an added bonus of beautiful historic architecture.