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Long Beach Island is a beach lover’s paradise. Even at the
widest point of this 18-mile-long island strewn with small
shore towns and long stretches of white sand, you’re never
more than half a mile from the other side. In the north part
of the island is
Barnegat Lighthouse and the commercial
fishing port of
Viking Village. Head south to find bustling
Surf City and Beach Haven, the island’s main action center
and home of
Fantasy Island Amusement Park,
Water Park & Golf, Settler’s Mill Adventure Golf and the
Surflight Theater. The town is also a popular shopping spot,
especially the stores in the belly of the reconstructed tall
Atlantic City is a seaside resort and gaming capital of the
east coast that hosts 30 million visitors a year, making it
one of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S.
Atlantic City is bursting at the seams with world-renowned
casinos, resorts and other hotels, brand name restaurants
featuring famous chefs, unique attractions, headline
entertainment, extravagant spas, championship golf, elite
shopping and so much more.
Storybook Land has been keeping the spirit of childhood alive in an entertaining and educational atmosphere for
over 65 years. There is a world of wonderful things to see and do at Storybook Land. 20 acres of family fun where you can walk through the pages of children's classic stories and nursery rhymes. Enjoy exciting new family rides and attractions in a remarkably clean and enjoyable park setting.
Visit Historic Smithville and the Village Greene today and start a family tradition.
Open every day of the year except Christmas, the village is a wonderful place to visit. Whether you want to dine at a café, tavern or restaurant, shop at one of the more than 40 unique shoppes and boutiques or simply stroll along the cobblestone paths and enjoy the beautiful and neatly manicured grounds, there is something for everyone!
Batsto Village, is a New Jersey historic site located in the South Central Pinelands, which is administered by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Parks & Forestry. This site is nationally recognized for its historical significance and beauty. The roots of Batsto Village can be traced back to 1766. Two centuries of American history are available to visitors, with the Pinelands environment as a scenic backdrop.
Nearly a century and a half old, Renault Winery is a recognized New Jersey State Historical site and one of the oldest continuously operating wineries in the United States. Today, Milza, a former newspaper owner and publisher, owns and operates the winery and vineyards with his family. Under his direction, the winery has thrived and become one of the most popular tourist attractions in New Jersey and a favorite of local residents. Renault Winery offers a gourmet restaurant, catering for banquets and weddings and historic winery tours. Wine Tours last about 40 minutes and include a wine tasting following the tour.
The Travel Channel calls Ocean City’s classic wooden
boardwalk one of America’s best. USA Today named it one of
the nation’s “Top 10 Great Boardwalks”. In short, it’s three
miles of highly concentrated fun - and one more reason to
get to Ocean City ASAP. Start your day on the boardwalk with
a morning bike ride. Bring your own, or rent from one of
many bike shops. Day or night, there’s always something
happening - and quite often, it’s free. Take in an impromptu
show by one of the street performers, or watch exotic kites
soar skyward on the refreshing ocean breeze.
The Wildwoods' award-winning Boardwalk features 38 blocks packed end to end with stores, shops, water parks, eateries, live entertainment and amusement piers with over 100 rides and attractions. The sights, the sounds and the smells of the Wildwoods Boardwalk are pure sensory overload! Day or night, whether you’re out on a morning bike ride, taking in the carnival-like atmosphere or simply out for a stroll enjoying the refreshing salt air, there’s always something happening on the Boardwalk. But don’t worry if all the fun and excitement wears you out
- the world-famous Sightseer Tram Car will transport you from one end of the Boardwalk to the other.
Six Flags Great Adventure will break yet another record in 2014 - shattering the world record for tallest drop ride with the addition of the 41-story Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom! Connected to the iconic Kingda Ka roller coaster, Zumanjaro will hoist riders 415 feet into the sky and rocket them back to Earth at 90 miles per hour while Kingda Ka trains launch right toward them at speeds of up to 128 miles per hour. Each drop tower will feature a gondola with eight riders. Three soaring Zumanjaro towers will be built on the face of the massive Kingda Ka coaster debuting during the park’s 41st season.
The Tuckerton Seaport, a working maritime village, is located along the Tuckerton Creek. This one-of-a-kind attraction, in the heart of historic Tuckerton NJ, brings the Jersey Shore’s maritime traditions of the past and present to life through people, exhibits and hands-on activities. Discover the Jersey Shore’s unique maritime heritage and the interaction between culture and nature on the Barnegat Bay. Experience the rich traditions of the Jersey Shore and its Baymen through the Seaport’s recreated and historic buildings, demonstrations, exhibits, events, festivals, live aquatic displays and more. Decoy carvers, boat builders, basket makers, and baymen entertain, educate and delight visitors of all ages. Stroll the 3/4 mile boardwalk and experience life on the Tuckerton “Crik.”
Identify birds and plants on our 1/4 mile nature trail. Tour
the site and view garveys, sneakboxes, yachts, and party boats displayed on land and water.
The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats which is actively managed for migratory birds. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths makes it an important link in seasonal bird migration. Its value for the protection of water birds and their habitat continues to increase as people develop the New Jersey shore for our own use.