There is a lot to do and a lot to explore in the Garden State and it can seem overwhelming sometimes.

Do you explore all of the great small beach towns our state has to offer? Or do you try and see all of the lighthouses in Jersey first?

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Photo by Elia Clemente on Unsplash

Should you take the time to visit as many of our state parks as you can, or should you make the pilgrimage to Margate to see Lucy The Elephant?

Usually, options are good, but they are also overwhelming.

So if you're looking for something fun to do and explore in Jersey, why not check out a little hidden gem that was ranked among one of the best in the country?

New Jersey Has Many Cool Hidden Gems.

For example, right here at the shore, we have the Silver Ball Museum and a few boardwalks that have been called a must-visit hidden gem.

Read more on those here. 

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Photo by Tommy Kwak on Unsplash

You could also visit a luncheonette in Barnegat that's so remote you just may run into the Jersey Devil!

You can read more on that right here.

What Is New Jersey's Best Hidden Gem For 2024?

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This place is regularly called a gem in New Jersey, and if you want to revisit the Wild West it's the perfect place to go.

Running since 1929, and considered the oldest weekly rodeo in the country, Only In Your State ranked Cowtown Rodeo as one of the 24 must-visit hidden gems in America for 2024.

Cowtown Rodeo and its 4,000-seat stadium are located in Pilesgrove New Jersey and have free parking for you to tailgate in leading up to the big show.

You'll watch Cowfolk ride bulls, wrestle steer, barrel race and so much more.

Located at 780 Harding Highway, it's worth a visit if you want a real rodeo experience.

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