New Jersey is a small state, and packed with amazing attractions and sights. But is there anything still to explore when you’ve lived here all your life? You might be surprised. Heading over to the northwestern corner of New Jersey, just across the Pennsylvania and New York borders, that’s where you’ll find Montague Township. This laid-back township has just over 3,600 people in it, but it packs a lot into its green spaces and beyond. There are some truly unique things to do in Montague Township, New Jersey – ranging from some famous parks and photo ops, as well as a charming farm sanctuary and one of the best Greek restaurants in the entire state. You’ll definitely want to take a whole day to explore this region of the Garden State!

Have you visited the northeast corner of New Jersey to see some of these sights? Tell us your favorite things to do in Montague Township, New Jersey in the comments section! You can find out more about Montague Township on the official township website. High Point State Park is the focal point of the township, so make sure to read our past coverage for all the details on what you can expect when you visit!

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