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New Jersey is in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Despite being the most densely populated state in the nation, New Jersey is well known for its vibrant beach towns and natural attractions, including the migratory birds of Cape May, the Pine Barrens, blueberry farms and cranberry bogs, the Delaware Water Gap, a 72-mile leg …
Popular destinations: Jersey City, Jersey Shore and Long Beach Island

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Search for hotels in New York, in Beach Haven, in Princeton and in Newark.

The Gateway, in northeastern New Jersey, encompasses the six most urban counties in the state that are part of the sprawling metropolitan area of New York City.
Popular destinations: Jersey City, Newark and Hoboken

The Jersey Shore is a popular beach destination for landlubbers of Metro New York, and the Delaware Valley.
Popular destinations: Long Beach Island, Seaside Heights and Atlantic City

The "Skylands" is in the Northwest Region of New Jersey, in the Mountains.
Popular destinations: Hackettstown, Morristown and Belle Mead

The Delaware River Region is an area in southwestern New Jersey.
Popular destinations: Princeton, Camden and Woodbury

Southern Shore is one of the coastal regions of New Jersey. Atlantic City International Airport is the closest "large" airport, but nearby Philadelphia International Airport is significantly larger, offering many more flights.
Popular destinations: Ocean City, Wildwood and Cape May

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