There are so many beautiful spots in New Jersey, but could you narrow down the best of South Jersey?

NJ.com came up with a list of the most beautiful places in each county, and the local picks may surprise you!

Atlantic County's winner was the Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, which spans tens of thousands of acres and is home to all manner of wildlife, including many rare birds.

In Cape May County, the Cape May Historic District got the honors. You really can't beat that beautiful Victorian style and charm!

Ocean County's pick? Old Barney!

Barnegat Lighthouse is a can't miss attraction on LBI. The lighthouse itself is really beautiful, and you can climb the 217 steps to the top for stunning views of the barrier island, Barnegat Bay, and Atlantic Ocean.

Cumberland County's winner is Mauricetown, a beautiful section of Commercial Township.

And Burlington County's most beautiful place is the Chatsworth cranberry harvest, which is one of my favorite things about the whole state!

 

There you have it! Do you agree with their picks? There are so many gorgeous spots around here, I don't know if I could narrow it down to even five in each county, let alone just one!

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