Gateway (New Jersey)
- Hawthorne - Small town in Passaic county. Borders Paterson.
- Hoboken - Tree-lined streets with well-preserved brownstones typify this former dockworkers' town overlooking the Hudson. Yuppies are taking over Hoboken's old Italian and Irish neighborhoods, but the city still has the highest number of bars per square mile in the country! Birthplace of Frank Sinatra and the location of the world's first baseball game.
- Jersey City - New Jersey's second largest city, directly across from Lower Manhattan. Home to the Statue of Liberty, and Liberty State Park
- Newark New Jersey's largest city - City near New York that is home to one of the New York City airports. Home to the NJPAC, Newark Symphony Hall, and Newark Arena - future home of the New Jersey Devils, Newark Museum- largest museum in the state
- New Brunswick - The home of Rutgers University.
- Montvale - The last exit on the Garden State Parkway before New York State. Not much of a downtown but lots of service industry and conveniently located between shopping areas in Paramus and Palisades Center mall in West Nyack. Home to one of the oldest Dairy Queens in the country and the establishment remains the same since its opening.
- Paterson - Third largest city in the state. Home to the Great Falls of the Passaic (which is now a state park), Lambert Castle,and Garret Mountain (the mountain also in West Paterson).
This page was last edited at 09:44, on 22 February 2009 by Wikitravel user Huttite. Based on work by George Miziuk, Peter Fitzgerald, David, Jim Logan, Colin Jensen and Ravikiran Rao and Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel.