Take A Tour Of The Cutest New Jersey Town You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
So often we write about all of the amazing little towns that are scattered throughout Jersey.
In the past, I've helped you plan the perfect day trip through Jersey's friendliest small town.
And if you're looking for the antique capital of the state, we've told you about that small town too.
Learning about all there is to do around the Garden State is always a ton of fun, especially when it's about our small towns.
So often though, we always hear about the same group of small towns getting ranked among the best in the state.
Cape May, Morristown, Lambertville, Allentown, the list goes on.
But what if I told you that there was a small town in Jersey that has some of the most absolutely adorable homes and is so worth a day trip?
It's the small Jersey town that you've likely never heard of.
According to the town's Wikipedia page, the town is a census-designated place and is an unincorporated community in New Jersey.
It's got the quaintest post office, and adorably small streets, and the homes in this town are so incredibly unique, you could spend an entire day exploring.
And if spending a day walking around looking at houses isn't your thing, the town is also home to a pretty popular golf course and country club.
So, What Small New Jersey Town Have You Likely Not Heard Of?
Located off Route 53, it started off as a Methodist camp back in 1866.
Right in the heart of Morris County, Mt. Tabor New Jersey is the cutest little Jersey town you probably never heard of.
I found out about this place because of a Tik Tok my wife sent me, and have been obsessed with it ever since.
Let's get ready to take a stroll through Jersey's cutest little town.