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A Visitor’s Guide to the Garden State November 30, 2019

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A Visitor’s Guide to the Garden State   , Brooklyn, New York

Planning a trip to New Jersey for the first time? With its popular coastal shores, national parks, must-see attractions, and accessible transportation, there’s a reason more than 110 million people visited the state in 2018 alone. With so much to see and do, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Here’s a quick guide to ensure you check the most important items off your list while you’re in the Garden State.

4 Popular Things To Do in New Jersey

1. Get Your Adrenaline Pumping

Visitors seeking a thrill should stop at Six Flags Great Adventure. Located right between Philadelphia and NYC, this huge amusement park features a wide variety of family-friendly rides, wild coasters, and live entertainment. Their programming also includes animal attractions designed to inspire the preservation and protection of the world’s most endangered species.

2. Soak Up Some Sun

transportationWhen spending time in New Jersey, every visitor should dip their toes in the Atlantic Ocean along the Jersey Shore. Dotted with public beaches, lighthouses, and seaside resorts, this oceanfront stretches 121 miles. The Shore’s Southmost beach, Cape May Point, is one of the most popular spots for tourists, who enjoy the clean, soft sands, as well as unique activities, like dolphin watching and fishing charters.

3. Say Hello to Lady Liberty

Located in Jersey City, opposite Ellis Island and Liberty Island, Liberty State Park offers beautiful skyline views of the Statue of Liberty herself. With water surrounding it on three sides, this 1,212-acre park also features an outdoor playground, so it's the perfect place to bring an afternoon picnic when the weather’s nice. And if you want a closer look at Lady Liberty, roundtrip transportation is convenient and available via ferry or water taxi.

4. Bridge the Gap

Before leaving New Jersey, check out the George Washington Bridge (GWB). Deemed “the busiest bridge in the world,” this double-decked suspension bridge sits above the Hudson River, connecting Fort Lee, NJ, and northern Manhattan. While the bridge is most traversed via traditional vehicle transportation, many people bike, walk, or run on the GWB every day.

 

The next time you plan a trip to New Jersey, don’t forget to include Brooklyn Radio Dispatcher in your plans. Based in New York City, this reliable team has more than three decades of experience offering non-emergency medical transportation to locals and visitors alike. Whether you need to schedule an airport pickup, train station transportation, or even want to rent a car service for your whole stay, they have a quality fleet and skilled drivers to meet your needs. And if you’re planning a business trip, ask about their premiere corporate transportation to impress potential business partners and clients. To reserve a car or other means of transportation, call (718) 384-4444 or visit them online.

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