You Have To Visit New Jersey’s Most Beautiful Small Town This Fall
There's nothing quite like getting lost wandering around one of Jersey's many beautiful little quaint towns.
Allentown is a beautiful little town to explore, and so are Point Pleasant, Asbury Park, and Frenchtown.
But when the leaves start to change color, and there's a little more of a brisk in the air and when you know for a fact that fall is here, there's one small Jersey town you have to check out.
It's being called one of the best small towns in the Garden State to visit this fall, and for good reason!
This little town is home to some pretty amazing restaurants like one called Bloom.
During the fall its menu transforms to bring Jersey delicious and amazing heart meals for those cooler days.
The town is also home to some breathtaking spots to view all of the fall foliage your heart could desire.
The town of just around fourteen thousand has a beautiful lake, a county park, and trails that make for some truly fantastic fall foliage peeping.
By the way, if walking to see fall foliage isn't your thing, check out this one-of-a-kind train ride you can take through South Jersey to see all the beautiful leaves.
So, What Is NJ's Best Small Town To Visit This Fall?
According to the travel experts at Only In Your State, it's Verona New Jersey.
This small town is home to Lake Verona, Verona County Park, a quaint downtown area to check out and so much more.
If you need a coffee fix, you'll have to check out the Blue Hippo, not only is it a great name, but they appear to have good coffee too.
So are you ready to start planning your weekend getaway?