May 2021: Spring Escapes
Our state might be small in size, but it’s big on tourist destinations. That means you never have to go far to escape that shut-in feeling—a fact of life during these pandemic months.
In this issue, we offer six varied ways you can be a tourist right here in New Jersey. Interested in the arts? Consider an overnight in the Princeton area, where you can spend the day strolling downtown or visit nearby Grounds for Sculpture, one of the state’s sparkling cultural gems. Is golf your game? Choose from two world-class courses at the Seaview resort in Galloway. Shopping and dining? You can’t go wrong with a weekend in Montclair. How about a spa getaway? We take you on a tour of the Salt Spa at the Reeds at Shelter Haven in Stone Harbor. Want to make some noise? Why not do it preseason in Asbury Park? Or maybe you just need some quiet time. The Woolverton Inn in Stockton should fit the bill. Read about these great New Jersey destinations here.
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Eat & Drink
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