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New Jersey was one of the thirteen original colonies and served as the crossroads of the American Revolution. George Washington and his army spent over a third of the war years here and many historic sites have been preserved.
New Jersey has over 4,000 freshwater lakes, ponds, and streams, providing good freshwater fishing. Ocean beaches offer excellent surf fishing.
Most inland parks open for swimming on Memorial Day weekend, while oceanfront areas open in mid-June. New Jersey's waterways, canals, rivers, and lakes are perfect for canoeing, boating, and sailing.
Come in October to see the fall foliage. Four spots to visit include Wharton and Stokes state forests and Ringwood and Washington Crossing state parks.
Seventy miles of the 2,100-mile-long Appalachian Trail are located in New Jersey. The trail follows the Kittatinny Ridge from the Delaware Water Gap and exits the state west of Greenwood Lake, passing through High Point and Wawayanda state parks.
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