Mother Nature just opened her door and invited you to come out and play.
I don’t know about you, but every time I go to the zoo, I’m a little jealous of the marmosets, tamarins, monkeys and lemurs. Aside from their adorableness, they all seem to share a joie de vivre that’s palpable. I secretly envy they way they go through life swinging from branch to branch or …
1. Ocean City Dog Park
The Nature Center of Cape May is teeming with life. Day or evening, parents and kids can choose from a number of educational activities.
BACKGROUND: "Watch the tram car, please," has been the soundtrack to summers in Wildwood since 1949, when the city first began operating tram cars on the Boardwalk. The first five cars were built for the 1939 New York World's Fair, and three more were added in 1963.
BACKGROUND: The Cape May is a hot spot for bird watching. That's because of the geography of Cape May. Birds spend some time in Cape May before crossing the 13 miles of Delaware Bay to continue their migrations. Some birds actually follow the Garden State Parkway on their annual commute to w…
BACKGROUND: Southern New Jersey is one of the few places, not counting islands, where you can watch the sun rise and set over water.
BACKGROUND: Step back in time and find out how southern New Jersey was once a hub of iron working. Batsto is a historic village in Wharton State Forest in the South Central Pinelands that combines nature and history.
BACKGROUND: Visit this unspoiled section of southern New Jersey for hiking or just a day away from the crowds. The refuge, which is actually a collection of several sites along the southern New Jersey coast, is open only during daylight hours .