After A Trip To The New Jersey State Museum, Get Outside And Explore Washington Crossing State Park
By Rachel Raimondi|Published July 20, 2022
Writer some days, editor other days, nerd all days. Love to travel to lesser-known spots and give them the love they deserve. Independently owned motor inns, Mom and Pop restaurants, uncrowded National Parks and trails.
In between these, spend my free time virtually adventuring through point-and-click games. Native New Yorker but can frequently be found roaming other parts of the United States.
If you’ve never visited New Jersey, you might not associate it with museums and outdoor recreation. What with 130 miles of shoreline, the bright lights of Atlantic City, and tons of fine dining, you might not realize that there are over 200 museums and 31 state parks. Or that within just nine miles of each other, you can visit both the New Jersey State Museum and Washington Crossing State Park, both located along the 301-mile-long Delaware River.