New Jersey's Special Places: Scenic, Historic and Cultural Treasures in the Garden Stateby Arline Zatz
Those wanting to take a weekend trip will find an appendix listing overnight accommodations and campgrounds. This guide
With a delightful sense of humor and a talent for discovering fascinating historical facts and anecdotes, Arline Zatz introduces each place, then adds detailed information on its location, admission, hours, and on other nearby attractions.
Those wanting to take a weekend trip will find an appendix listing overnight accommodations and campgrounds. This guide features more than 100 of New Jersey's most interesting places, including: The best places to go hiking, bird-watching, crabbing, scuba diving, and paddling Artisans to visit and learn about glass-blowing, blacksmithing, shoemaking, weaving, and other crafts Woodland trails, rose gardens, and cranberry bogs A working, wind-powered Dutch grist mill, a tiny hamlet preserved as it was in colonial days, a reconstructed Indian village, and a mineral quarry
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