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Best Places to Visit in NJ

Posted on   December 27, 2015 By   USC

Best Places to Visit in NJ
Here are some of the best places to visit in NJ.

Six Flags Great Adventure: Six Flags theme parks can be found all throughout the United States, but when you visit the one in NJ, look forward to having a great time. Many of the lines consist of DJs playing music to entertain people. Six Flags is certainly a sure stop for families wanting to have a great time.

Long Beach Island: Crossing a bridge is all it takes to get here. Whether you’re into beach going, cultural activities, cruises or bird watching, Long Beach Island is one of the best places to visit in NJ. Bird lovers will certainly enjoy great views at the Barneget Lighthouse. Beach lovers can enjoy fun packed shores, with the sea only a few feet down. Boaters will love the ocean and bay too. There are cruises available, so if you’re into boating with family and friends, you will surely love this opportunity. Long Beach Island also has many restaurants, so you can always find a place to eat. If you want to enjoy a nice movie and relax, there are lots of movie theaters to choose from.

Meadowlands Sports Complex: If you’re into gambling and horse racing or you just want to have a good time at their track side dining, visiting the Meadowlands Race Track is surely a great decision. The Racetrack is the largest in NJ and perhaps the most popular in the United States. There’s an outside section that features tellers for gambling, food, tables and bar. The races can be watched up close. If you are not into betting, you can still have a great time. Aside from the Racetrack, there’s also a football stadium called the Giants Stadium as well as the Continental Airlines Arena that is home to the NJ Devils and NJ Nets. At Giants Stadium, you can enjoy Giants and Jets games, along with soccer and various concerts. Overall, the Meadowlands Sports Complex offers everything you need, so don’t forget to visit it when you’re in NJ.