The One New Jersey Town With A Positively Magical Secret

New Jersey has some pretty incredible secrets, from covered bridges (Green Sergeant’s Covered Bridge near Stockton) to giant murals (the Yankee Doodle Tap Room in Princeton is home to Norman Rockwell’s largest painting), and I’ve come across another that everyone should know about.

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The sunflower maze opens each year from August-September; the exact dates depend on when the sunflowers bloom. A beautiful place to bring friends or family, you’ll also want to bring a camera – they have an annual photo contest. Another perk? They’re (leashed) pet friendly. Find the Sussex County Sunflower Maze at 101 County Road 645, Sandyston. For more New Jersey secrets, check out this list.