Undoubtedly, one of the best activities of the fall is to gaze at the beautiful foliage, breathe in the crisp air, and, mostly, take in all the colors. Lush green, yellow, orange, and red are all around us at this time of year in New Jersey and our New Jersey group transportation specialists know just where you can get a glimpse of the best views.
For all your leaf peeping adventures, we recommend that you employ the services of our New Jersey bus service. Our professionally trained and hospitable chauffeurs have an intimate knowledge of the Garden State and will transfer you to any one of these bright locations in a safe and expedient manner. Sit back, relax, enjoy the company of your family/friends, and marvel at the myriad of colors whisking past you on your way to your next leaf peeping destination. Here are our favorite fall foliage viewing locations in the Garden State. Have a wonderful season!
Cheesequake State Park
Head over to the Cheesequake State Park in Old Bridge; the park is open to the public everyday between 8am and 5pm. Explore this 1,610-acre expanse where you will find excellent camping grounds and a wide variety of trees all cloaked in brightly colored leaves. You can also choose to set up at their camping areas and enjoy a meal in the comfort of the crisp Autumn weather. If you feel like getting more active, however, there are five hiking trails at your disposal along which you will get to enjoy more magnificent foliage views.
High Point State Park
Visit the High Point State Park in Sussex where you will have over 15,000 acres of mountainous foliage at your disposal. The lush forests of Kittatinny Mountains are also home to Lake Marcia, which makes this State Park one of the most scenic places in New Jersey, especially during the Fall season. Nothing is more tranquil than setting up camp by the water, surrounded by all the bright Fall colors; it’s nothing short of breathtaking.
Palisades Interstate Park
Visit the town of Alpine in Bergen County and head over to the Palisades Interstate Park, situated right by the Hudson River. At the Palisades you will find numerous, cliffs all studded with heavy Fall foliage. You can either choose to walk the park or take a bike and ride along the park’s numerous trails. Make sure to stop and take in the colors and perhaps even take the opportunity to immortalize the moment in photographs. Apart from leaf peeping however, you will also have access to several playgrounds, two boat basins, a nature sanctuary, and several historical sites.
Waterloo Village is located in Stanhope; the village is now a Museum but was previously a 19th century village that was recently restored. Waterloo Village is open to the public everyday between 6am and 6pm and is a perfect place to get a full-spectrum experience of Fall foliage in the Garden State.