New Jersey is home to so many amazing quaint little towns that are well worth a day trip.

Whether it's Point Pleasant, Allentown, Asbury Park, the Highlands, or any number of great little towns.

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There's just so much to do and see.

However, Jersey also has a little bit of a dark side.

Towns that during the day time may be totally fine to visit, but after the sun goes down it's probably not the best place to be walking around.

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Photo by Brandon Jean on Unsplash
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My wife and I live in Seaside Heights, and even that town still has somewhat of a reputation for being on the seedy side.

I don't agree personally, we've lived there for two years, and outside of the occasional obnoxious tourist we haven't had any type of issues.

But regardless, there are of course some parts of our state that are more dangerous than others.

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In fact, the experts at Only In Your State have put together their own list of Jersey's ten most dangerous cities to visit after the sun goes down.

All of their picks are based on the State Police Crime Report.

There are some towns on the list that are fairly notorious for being a less than reputable place to visit but there are also some towns that made the list that really surprised me.

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Places that are well-known for historic small towns.

You may wholeheartedly agree with this list, or you may have your own thoughts on what cities should be on the list.

Let's find out if you live in one of Jersey's most dangerous cities according to Only In Your State.

These Are The 10 Most Dangerous Cities In New Jersey

There are a lot of great places to check out in Jersey, and there are also some not-so-great places, especially after dark. According to Only In Your State these are Jersey's most dangerous city's after the sun goes down.

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Now, Here Are Some Of NJs Safest Citys To Call Home

Whether you're just moving towns or relocating to Jersey these are the ten safest places to live according to Safewise.com

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