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Visiting Atlantic City & the Jersey Shore

Even after summer subsides and fall is ushered in, communities from Hazlet to Pleasantville welcome visitors with a wealth of ways to have fun outdoors. Special events, festivals, sports, and family-friendly fun – the Jersey Shore has it all this time of year.

Visitors traveling to the shore through Delaware River region can stop off to find a sense of local flavor at lesser-known favorites like Cap’n Cats Clam Bar & Tavern, just off Interstate 295, and Gia Nina's Pizza, just two miles east of Thorofare in Woodbury.

Just east of Williamstown, the Pinelands Wine Trail is fun for fans of phenomenal fermentations. The 65-mile loop through the heart of the southern New Jersey woodlands offers eight wineries. Enjoy the scenery of Wharton State Forest, as you travel north from Valenzano Winery, Burlington County’s first winery. And to the south, across the Atlantic City Expressway, discover Bellview Winery and Coda Rossa Winery, north of Vineland.

For first-timers to Atlantic City, a stroll along the legendary Atlantic City Boardwalk is a must. While you're in the area, check the schedule at the Atlantic City Convention Center, tour the Absecon Lighthouse, or try your luck at the numerous casinos lining the shore.

The Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall is a concert venue featuring classic architecture and an eclectic fall event calendar. On October 3rd, the Material Girl herself pays a visit, bringing decades of hits, as part of her Rebel Heart Tour.

Atlantic City, Absecon, and Pleasantville visitors will find plenty of opportunities for adventure in Bass River State Forest. This season, the expansive, 27,635-acre forest promises plenty of spots to cast a line for sunfish, catfish, and pickerel; the 50-mile Batona Trail is an inviting trek for bird watchers and other animal lovers; and the Absegami Natural Area is as picturesque as ever, featuring a wetland forest with Atlantic white cedars and red maple trees

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