It’s Impossible Not To Love The Most Eccentric Village In New Jersey

New Jersey has a wide range of charming towns, overflowing with personality; Haddonfield, Hoboken, Princeton, Cape May and Lambertville are a few favorites. While each has something special to offer, I wouldn’t necessarily describe them as eccentric. When I think eccentric, I think of something a bit more…unconventional. There’s one unique little village that really stands out to me; read on to learn more about it.

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Other events include one of the largest Fourth of July parades in New Jersey and a living history encampment on August 12th. Have you visited yet? What are you waiting for? It’s a great day trip if you live in the area, or are visiting a nearby beach town. You’ll find the village along Moss Mill Road, just off Route 9. It’s also worth spending a night – you certainly won’t be bored. For more info on another eclectic town in New Jersey, check out this article on Asbury Park. The town has a vibrant music and dining scene, pinball museum, paranormal shop and the best new hotel in the country.