Four Unique Places to See the Beautiful Colors of Fall in NJ
Fall officially arrives this Monday, September 23rd at 3:50 AM, which means it's time to say goodbye to the bright green, summery shrubbery.
Peak season for South Jersey's changing leaves is usually around mid October, so here's what you should know before it happens.
Check out these four unique places to see beautiful fall foliage in South Jersey.
I can't think of a better view of the colors of fall than from a lighthouse. There are 11 in the state including Cape May, Barnegat, Absecon and Tuckerton.
The Atlantic Expressway run through a stretch of South Jersey for 47 miles. You'll be able to see some of the most beautiful fall scenery from the comfort of your car.
Located in Sussex County. You can enjoy the colors of fall with breathtaking views from High Point Monument which is over 1,800 feet above sea level.
The Dingman's Ferry Bridge is the last privately owned bridge on the Delaware River and in the entire U.S. The bridge is a two-lane span fro New Jersey to PA over the Delaware Rive. The small and tight bridge offers amazing views of the fall foliage!