October 2019: Fall Day Trips
There’s only one problem with autumn in New Jersey: There are always so many more things to do than weekends to do them.
In this year’s annual Fall Day Trips issue, our team has come up with a total of 57 fun activities and events, from the unique to the tried-and-true. We take you on a climb (or drive) to New Jersey’s highest point and on a stroll through historic Princeton. We travel to South Jersey for a popular pumpkin show and to Sussex County for a day of antiquing. We experience the herds and curds at Valley Shepherd Creamery and a weekend of Victorian splendor in Cape May. We go shopping in Haddonfield and Historic Smithville and visit two enchanting river towns, Lambertville and Milford.
Now if we just had a little more time to do it all.
Fall Day Trips
Don’t miss this stunning Sussex County gem.Read more
Visit a slew of charming shops in a historic setting.Read more
Tour the Long Valley farm to glimpse the livestock, gorgeous fall foliage and—if you’re lucky—the milking parlor in action.Read more
The Mercer County town’s got something for everyone.Read more
The whole family is guaranteed to enjoy this quaint community.Read more
Spend a quiet day getting lost in this Hunterdon County hamlet.Read more
Larry Kagan’s sculptures, currently on view at the Montclair Art Museum, cast new light on life’s fleeting images.Read more
New Jersey is the first East Coast state to participate in the Wisdom Study.Read more
After multiple owners and many false starts, the giant shopping and entertainment complex is scheduled to open October 25.Read more
These local volunteers help conservation groups identify threats to natural areas, waterways and endangered species.Read more
Eat & Drink
Opening his second restaurant, chef Robbie Felice fulfills a promise to himself and expands his repertoire.Read more
Don’t be fooled by the no-frills setting of this East Hanover eatery.Read more
The Rockaway restaurant features recipes passed down by manager Tulin Cagatay’s grandparents.Read more