This article was written by Paul Joseph, Travel Mag.
Lined with some 130 miles of Atlantic coast, New Jersey – nicknamed the ‘Garden State’ owing to its rich agricultural heritage – is the only US state surrounded by water on three sides, making it a haven for those who enjoy the waterside lifestyle. A number of its small towns that sit by the water are popular with visitors, though many of them – for better or worse – remain off the tourism radar. Venture inland and the story is similar, with a diverse mix of towns, some remaining sedate and others bustling with activity.
In our article below, we’ve picked out 12 New Jersey towns that emanate character and charm. With so many contenders to choose from, our task was tough, so we made our own criteria, including only picking towns with populations below 20,000.
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